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The generosity of most who joined forces with the Rebel Alliance led to PS350 being raised for the Teesside branch.
The rebel alliance, known as Seleka, reached the outskirts of Bangui late Saturday.
February 13, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese opposition parties rejected a complaint lodged by the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) calling to ban its activities after the signing of a political deal with the rebel alliance Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) in Kampala last January.
In this Football Star Wars, there will be precious little action between the Rebel Alliance (Wayne Bridge and City), and the Dark Side (Chelsea, led by the Darth Vader of celebrity shagging, John Terry).
Haden Blackman and Brett Rectork, "The Art And Making Of Star Wars Force Unleashed" is a profusely illustrated compendium of information about the creation of the 'Star Wars: Force Unleashed' video game that takes place within the Star Wars universe between the fall of the Republic and the rise of the Rebel Alliance.
If indeed we were in a Star Wars movie, I would expect the Labour Party - founded on the principles of equality, tolerance and justice - to be firmly in the ranks of the Rebel Alliance, fighting for the rights of all our diverse cultures, rather than to be harbouring individuals who wish to see the Welsh-speaking world terminated in the name of some greater, English-speaking empire.
Also in the Rebel Alliance was the Gold Leader pilot, played by Angus McInnes, from Edinburgh, while attack commander General Dodonna was played by Glaswegian Alex McCrindle.
It may possibly show the near-extermination of the Jedi Knights and the establishment of the Rebel Alliance by Leia's foster father, Bail Organa.