act of inhumanity

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Current events prompted Patricia Bernstein, author of a book on the KKK in Texas, to offer a historical perspective: "When we turn our backs on refugees - in this present case, the Syrians who have suffered all the plagues of Job and more in the last few years - we commit an unpardonable act of inhumanity.
For decades this appalling act of inhumanity and an immense national tragedy have been kept a secret by the Soviet Union, vehemently denied and largely unknown to the world.
The Child Rights Network (CRN) said: 'The state should be made accountable for such blatant act of inhumanity committed against Kian and many others.
He prayed for peace of the departed souls, and may the families receive justice for an inexcusable act of inhumanity.
He also said that killing a person only on the basis of suspicion was an act of inhumanity.
Shame on the AHVLA and the UK Government that they should even consider such an act of inhumanity in a civilisation where animal welfare is paramount and cruelty abhorrent.
This is an act of inhumanity," said Da Buba Gyang, the traditional ruler of the Christian Berom ethnic group in Jos.
This is not a simple election feud between opposing clans; this is a supreme act of inhumanity that is blight on our nation,'' she said in a statement.
one whose finely tuned ideology seeks justification for every act of inhumanity based on the grievance of past inhumanity?
This was the most appalling act of inhumanity against a defenceless 15-year-old - it left me truly sickened to my stomach.
Amnesty International, who have campaigned for his release, said: 'It has always been an act of inhumanity to deny Kenny the ability to even embrace his loved ones.
A snapshot of our troubled world in the past few days would also have included Iraqi terrorists attacking the Red Cross in a despicable act of inhumanity.