But just as I understand the rebellion against the veil, I understand the comfort and freedom of not being exposed.
Whatever the state of the rebellion, al-Wawi seems determined to present its best face.
In a symbolic gesture of reconstruction, activists began cleaning up Tahrir Square, the heart of their rebellion.
Fighters are becoming radicalized and talking openly of the rebellion ushering in an Islamist state based on Sharia.
It may have looked like paradise, but a rebellion was brewing around the Davises.
The rebellion had then long been maturing, as you know; but just then came the crisis.
"I know who'll have to do all the work," the boy retorted, bitterness and rebellion in his tone.
A family drama, an act of rebellion, will only be mentioned if the police have appeared on the scene.
She understood only too well how deeply this rebellion was rooted.
Nearly all the English generals regarded the rebellion as dead or dying, and many Americans were of the same opinion.
"war waged against a government by some portion of its subjects," mid-14c., from Old French rebellion (14c.) and directly from Latin rebellionem (nominative rebellio) "rebellion, revolt; renewal of war," from rebellis (see rebel (adj.)).