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Qawuqji was a stateless man, wanted by nearly every colonial power in the Middle East, and yet not fully trusted by many of the Arab leaders at the time.
The first was nuclear proliferation — that eventually the technology to build and deploy nuclear weapons would fall into the hands of an unstable dictatorship (or, even worse, terrorists or other unaccountable stateless actors).
Because nationality in Bahrain is passed through the father, the child was stateless from birth.
This stateless new Al-Qaeda possesses distinct advantages over ISIS.
The chips can also perform stateless packet inspection, allowing further insight into traffic problems.
Children worry about becoming stateless or that their education will be disrupted, and family members in different countries are feuding.
According to al-Yazeedi's daughter Alanood alJalahma, losing their Bahraini passports could ultimately leave the children stateless.
On its own, being recognized as a tribe does not normally bring specific advantages except in the case of the stateless Makonde people, whose recognition as Tribe No.
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Definition of stateless for English Language Learners
: not belonging to a nation : not a citizen of any country
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