Though they were released a day later, this crackdown sent shockwaves through the dissident community in Egypt.
Another type altogether, forged from a different metal, more businessman than dissident, more cynic than militant?
The dissident group emphasizes that it is not moving to oust Mullah Omar.
“They deal with us as if we were their property, and that will never change,” said dissident Wadid Hadad.
It features a scantily clad woman wearing a balaclava and holding a sign championing the dissident feminist anti-Putin punk band.
dissident individuals and groups are singled out for criticism by the Politburo.
Hoxha silenced the dissident elements, however, and had most of them expelled from the Party or arrested.
And after tonight, I wasn't sure that I was in any better shape than a Chinese dissident.
Moreover, these dissident patterns merge into a remarkably harmonious, almost normal, average curve.
About three in the morning, the dissident Armed-Forces have met.
1766, in reference to Protestants, from dissident (adj.). In the political sense first used 1940, coinciding with the rise of 20c. totalitarian systems, especially with reference to the Soviet Union.