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She added: "Last night we witnessed barbarity and savagery on the streets of Paris - the cold-blooded murder of innocent people.
Political Islamists, quite rightly, protested the massacres at Rabia Square in demonstrations in ystanbul; why don't they protest the barbarity and massacres of ISIL?
The protection and promotion of unborn children, of the sanctity of human life (both domestic and foreign), has become gradually harder for humans fighting to lessen the barbarity and selfishness and regain for all humans the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
The deliberate destruction of cultural heritage constitutes a war crime, and I call on all political and religious leaders in the region to stand up against this new barbarity.
The Malaysian Foreign Ministry issued a statement in which it affirmed that this crime of despicable barbarity manifests ISIS's cycle of violence and contempt against humanity.
It will mark both the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and the 20th anniversary of the Bosnian barbarity.
Summary: Valls says government is not surprised to learn that citizens or residents are found at heart of 'these cells and taking part in this barbarity.
We will only stop this barbarity with international pressure.
He has committed a crime, but this (ban) is barbarity.
So no one saw it coming when Piers organ became the loudest, clearest, ost passionate voice against gun olence, unleashing his rage against is senseless barbarity week after week, taking on the National Rifle Association, the United States Congress and numerous gun nuts.
We wouldn't dream of subjecting land animals to such barbarity and almost as shocking is the fact that such torture is entirely legal
We are not going to change centuries of barbarity, hate, corruption and religious manipulation with the people of Afghanistan in a few short years while we (mostly the Americans) pummel their people into submission with bombs, gun fire, atrocities and inhuman cruelty ("Publisher's Letter" Volume 19, Issue 8).