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SIR - Leonard Taylor (Letters, Nov 26) feels that the Church of England denigrates women because of rigid adherence to outdated biblical texts.
Commenting on the film 'Innocence of Muslims' which denigrates Islam and Prophet Mohammad, Patriarch Laham condemned the film and the reactions that don't reflect the essence and virtues of Islam.
We will boycott the products that denigrate women, that denigrate African-Americans, even if it's by our own artists.
I couldn't ask for anything better than for America's entertainers to bash their president, denigrate him, make him seem like an idiot and a self-serving fool.
Those with blue eyes were told that they were lazy and stupid; those with brown eyes were told to denigrate those with blue eyes and to make them feel powerless.
None of this is to denigrate the burgeoning biodiesel movement, which is likely to climb to 75 million gallons in 2005 (from 25 million gallons in 2004).
We read the news accounts of your testimony, which included charges of incompetence and corruption in the building industry, with dismay and surprise, given that your own portfolio of impressive Manhattan skyscrapers was made possible by the hard work and ingenuity of the very same people you reportedly sought to denigrate during your Congressional appearance," Anderson wrote.
Anytime one of these so-called Christians starts using the Bible to denigrate us, ask them if they have ever worn clothing of mixed fabric (Deuteronomy 22:11).
To pick on the wording of the Declaration is entirely beside the point and can serve little more than to denigrate a crucial idea.
He did not denigrate the Jews, but denounced the crimes of Hitler and Stalin.
He has wasted much energy and many words in a compulsively foolish campaign to denigrate all aspects of Baldwin's literary accomplishments.