You may know the saying, “When in Rome, do as the Romans.” This is the same idea as exile and the “rebel” in exile. In both cases, something is exiled to the “other” side of a country. In our case, we may be exiled to a different country.
In this case, the rebels are not really exiled. They are simply not allowed to return to their own country after a certain period of time. In some cases, this is a permanent situation (for example, a terrorist group or state). In other cases, it is only temporary. But for our purposes, it is most definitely temporary. We have to stay in the country for a certain amount of time to gain back our freedom. We can’t just leave and go back home.
The thing is that we cant go back home. That is a permanent situation that we are stuck in but we don’t have to be stuck there. For example, the rebels do have an option to return to their country. They can go to another group that is in exile. In other words, exile is simply the lack of a country and the idea that we can return to our country but we cant go back.
No, we can’t go back. Exile is the idea that we can return but there’s no country. That would be temporary. Exile as temporary only applies to certain people. For example, some rebels can go back and fight in the war but those people who were born into exile cannot be free.
Exile can be permanent or temporary. It depends on the individual. For example, many people who were born into exile can return. But the people who were born into exile are not the same as people who were born into exile. In some countries, only the people who were born into exile can return, in others, everyone can return.
Exile is temporary. Although there are people who are exiled, they are not really exiled. They return home. Exile is permanent.
This is a more difficult question.
Some people are exiled, but not permanently. They return home periodically, but they don’t stay exiled for long. They can return to their places of birth.
I guess we could say exiled rebels are people who were born into exile and have their parents exiled. Exiled rebels are not the same as exiled people.
Exile is the act of leaving one’s place of residence, and returning again. Once again, I’m not sure I understand what exile is.