If they did, they would see that Islam goes far beyond what are normally the rules of warfare.
What does ROW stand for?
ROW stands for Rules of Warfare (gaming)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 36 other meanings of ROW in our Acronym Attic
- Rendu-Osler-Weber Syndrome (aka Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia)
- Residents of the Wrangells (Glennallen, AK; est. 2003)
- Rest Of World
- Reverse Osmosis Water (filtration method)
- Rewards Of Work
- Ring Of Wealth (gaming, RuneScape MMORPG)
- Rivers of the World (Dawsonville, GA)
- Roll Welding
- Roswell, NM, USA - Industrial Air Center (Airport Code)
- Removal of Wreck and Debris (accidents)
- Read-One Write-All (data replication protocol)
- Regional Office for West Africa (UN)
- Regional Office for West Asia (part of UNEP; United Nations Environment Program)
- Regio Orkest West-Brabant (Dutch: Orchestra West Region Brabant)
- Return of Withdrawn Blood
- Retired Officers Wives Club (US Army retirees)
- Return on Working Capital (economics)
- Redistribution of Wealth Day
Samples in periodicals archive:
Some will argue that following the rules of warfare slows down the reaction time of soldiers--and that a preoccupation with minimizing collateral damage will place U.
One of the rules of warfare is that a higher level dominates a lower.
These were dismissed because "according to the rules of warfare, no faults were found in the forces' actions", the statement said.
Already under fire over the three-year blockade of Gaza, which the UN has condemned as a violation of the rules of warfare by causing suffering to a civilian population, Israel is also facing widespread criticism for continuing to build illegal settlements, and has only just about lived down the Dubai passports scandal.
After a review of fundamental concepts, he focuses on the legacy of the "just war theory" and its application through history, then examines the application of that tradition in the modern era, with discussion of the use of military force in the name of a political community, and the ethical underpinnings of the rules of warfare.
In refusing to cooperate with the commission, Israel missed an opportunity to justify its position and insist that the international community adapt the rules of warfare to the reality of the 21st century.
Denying naval forces a traditional and legal target set through the application of rules of warfare derived from state practice on land denies military planners a useful strategy and risks prolonging conflicts.