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They offer each other the spectrum of notions; the bombers are North Korean terrorists, or the growing white-separatist cell based on eastern Long Island, or even the worldwide agents of the Mossad you can always lay blame on them-who will never forget Kwang’s verbal support of the children of the Intifada.
Chang-rae Lee  --  Native Speaker
  Arab word that has come to mean "rebellion" and is most associated with the First Intifada — an uprising by Palestinian Arabs (in both the Gaza Strip and the West Bank) against Israel in the late 1980s
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  • They offer each other the spectrum of notions; the bombers are North Korean terrorists, or the growing white-separatist cell based on eastern Long Island, or even the worldwide agents of the Mossad you can always lay blame on them-who will never forget Kwang’s verbal support of the children of the Intifada.
    Chang-rae Lee  --  Native Speaker
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Associated words [difficulty]:   intifada [9] , Abu Ghraib [8] , Iranian Revolution [8] , 1973 Oil Crisis [9] , Arab-Israeli conflict [9] , Iran hostage crisis [9] , Iran-Iraq War [9]
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