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For the young religious radicalist like Riaz-Al Hussain, Chad, Hat, and Tahira (TBA) and Ali/Farid (MSF) Islam becomes the culture, a past bond to be renewed for asserting their identity.
Workers interpreted the labour organization's inactivity as indifference toward their plight, which intensified radicalist sentiments.
For reasons not very clearly laid out, Miral is sent to Hind's orphanage, where she grows up to be a lovely but stubborn, impulsive young woman (Freida Pinto), torn between the will of Jamal and Hind (embodied with characteristic warmth by Siddig and Abbass, respectively), who urge her to focus on her studies, and her own radicalist impulses.
Catholic Social Ethics," Theological Studies 66 (2005) 401-40, I analyze such hybridity in terms of the mutual clarification of "radicalist" and "public" approaches to Christian social responsibility.
Diop, 1989): 1) the Traditionalist School; 2) the Reformist School; and, 3) the Radicalist School.
In many ways Saddam had misread internal events within Iran and chose not to take a more covert option for dealing with fights between Ansar Khomeini, radicalist hardliners, and the Revolutionary Government of Iran.
The first of the radicalist perspectives, which deny in wholesale fashion the compatibility of punishment, retribution, coercion, or force with the principles and practice of restorative justice, are those which advocate the creation of a system of restorative justice separate from state-administered institutions.
Focusing closely on Benda, and his tortuous relation with Paulhan, be charts the curious combination of literary antimodernism and radicalist sympathies, suggesting even an opposition that puts modernist experimentation in the NRF on the side of political reaction and hatred of democracy, an association perhaps best exemplified by Marcel Jouhandeau.
2 strips -- which comprise sort of a two-part series -- show the Lola Granola character wanting to become an Islamic radicalist (and wear traditional Muslim clothing) because it's a "hot new fad on the planet." Content also includes what Shearer described as "a sex joke a little stronger than we normally see."
Speaking generally, this is the hidden danger of all Kantianism: it accommodates so much, is so much in tune with all the rationalist tendencies in Western thought, and is so much the epitome of all our cognitive efforts at mastery of the world that it cannot fail to give a tremendous radicalist impetus to every attempt to step outside its sphere of influence.
Also on 18 October the "Cyprus Radicalist Union" was founded and declared its support for the "fanatical pursuit of the union of Cyprus with Greece." During a speech in Limassol on 20 October Nicodemus Mylondas attacked the British administration of the island and called for "disobedience and insubordination to the illegal laws of this immoral, vile, and shameful regime." News of this meeting reached Nicosia the following day and sparked nationalist riots.
It also questions the apparent continuity in the cronology and periodization concerning these issues by suggesting a wider panorama of economic, political, and social developments outside the limits of the island's radicalist movement, both at the regional and the international spheres, that may have served as catalysts for local events.