The Arab nationalist movement, in its simplest interpretation, was based on the call to merge the existing Arab entities into a promised, unified entity, which would "resurrect" something that supposedly once stood in the past.
What does ANM stand for?
ANM stands for Arab Nationalist Movement
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We have 80 other meanings of ANM in our Acronym Attic
- Agent Network Management
- Alliance for Nonprofit Management (Washington, DC)
- Alphanumeric Monitor
- Alt.Nudism.Moderated (newsgroup)
- Alternate Nuclear Materials
- Ambient Noise Measurement
- Ameritech Network Management
- And No Mistake
- Announcement Module
- Answer Message (telecommunications)
- Asamblea Nacional de Maestros (National Assembly of Teachers, Guatemala)
- Assistant Nurse Manager (various locations)
- Association Nationale des Médiateurs (French: National Association of Mediators)
- Association Nautique Moissagaise (French boating association)
- Association Notation pour le Mouvement (French: Association for the Notation Movement)
- Association of Natural Medicine (UK)
- ATC Network Manager
- Atelier Nîmois de Métallisation (French metallization company)
- Automated Network Management
- Automated Network Manager/Management
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Such a war could spread to Iran, which has a potentially dangerous Arab nationalist movement in its petroleum-rich south (see fap4IrqArabistnApr23-12).
They are spurning the tri-colour red, white and black flag which served as the template for Arab nationalist movements led by military officers in Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Yemen in favour of the green, white and black flag adopted by Syria after its independence from France.
The Arab nationalist movement, which was the political expression of this deeper process, intertwined both religious and nationalist themes in which identity was affected by the legacy of Islam particularly as it perceived the nascent Zionist movement.
Icons of the Arab nationalist movement of the 40's, 50's and 60's, including personalities such as the songstress Umm Kalthoum, Nobel Laureate writer Naguib Mahfouz and significant political leaders Gamal Abdel Nasser and George Habash serve as the reminder of the past Kanso is trying to highlight.
While in Beirut, he joined the Arab Nationalist Movement (ANM).
14, 1958, triggered an Arab nationalist movement in Iraq which led to a bloody coup in July of that year - including the killing of King Faisal II - and the ensuing republic's first task was to dissolve that union.