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They are deliberately targeting Yemeni civilians in airstrikes to foment sectarian violence, and their irresponsible Western allies allow it to happen.
The Friday criminal incident will never weaken Kuwaitis or foment discords among them, but will, instead, consolidate national unity, and make them more persistent to preserve their dear nation, and defeat attempts seeking to sow seeds of sedition, it emphasized.
The Syrian regime was seeking to foment strife between the Sunnis and Alawites after the security forces discovered explosive devises that were planned to kill hundreds of innocent people.
The issue was really sensitive and every individual was required to play a role in thwarting bids to foment trouble in Karachi, observed the former student leader.
An army-police force conducting a wide-scale raid on hotels in downtown Karbala arrested six wanted men with leaflets indicating schemes to foment crises in the city in their possession," Maj.
The lie that Jews foment wars while getting others to fight in them is an old one.
Zarqawi was to foment sectarian violence,'' he said, referring to the former leader of al-Qaida in Iraq killed by a U.
I believe we should start with empathy -- empathy not toward a single human being who makes hurtful statements, but toward the underlying circumstances that foment bigotry.
Spencer shared with Zenit how false ideas about the Crusades are being used by extremists to foment hostility to the West today.
Otherwise, she warned, "we are determined to foment a rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any laws in which we have no voice or representation.
The list covers the expression of views which foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in pursuit of beliefs; provoke others to commit terrorist acts; foment serious criminal activity; or foster hatred which could lead to "inter-community violence" here.
The final list now covers the expression of views which foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in pursuit of particular beliefs; provoke others to commit terrorist acts; foment serious criminal activity; or foster hatred which could lead to "inter-community violence" in the UK.