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Kirklees leader Clr Mehboob Khan said: "It is utterly shameless and beyond contempt that anyone would desecrate the memory of those who have given their lives for their country.
I would suggest they stop and step aside from these turbines and reflect on our heritage, before they come up with any more plans to desecrate our coastal or rural areas.
Archbishop Nichols called on Catholics across the diocese of Birmingham to resist racism, saying: "Those who desecrate the resting places of the dead have forsaken our fundamental values and are eaten up with hatred.
In that way, the amendment would desecrate the flag more grievously than any hot-headed protest.
PNN On Monday 4th March, Likud-Beytenu MK Moshe Feiglin tried to storm and desecrate the Dome of the Rock mosque in occupied Jerusalem.
She said, "You will not desecrate the graves of our martyrs.
CDATA[ The Rabbinate and Education Ministry asked Israelis not to prepare for the Lag BaOmer bonfires on Saturday so as not to desecrate the Sabbath.
The author of one of these documents, which was sent to cleaner May Hudson, threatened to desecrate her late husband Anthony's grave if she did not break her ties with the Hall family.
Cartoon Network must apologize and also commit to pulling episodes that desecrate black historic figures,'' Sharpton, a civil-rights activist and former Democratic presidential candidate, said in a statement Tuesday.
It is a hopeless technology and should not be allowed to desecrate our landscapes OR our seascapes.
THE most depressing piece of news this Christmas was Sainsbury's decision to desecrate the one day of the year every family calls its own by opening two of its convenience stores.
WE spent millions in Libya replacing the lunatic Gaddafi with a bunch of mindless, ungrateful thugs who hate our guts and who cheerfully desecrate the graves of our war dead.