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It's a scholarly yet fluid read, accompanying many quotes from Islam texts and footnoted references with the history of how Islam came to be associated with a process of submission: "Arabs' Rebellion temper and bellicosity of that time, and also the importance of property and wealth, were the first motivation for defining Islam as blind submission so that in this way not only to calm down the Arabs by the name of religion and God, but also to make Muslims who had problem with paying Zakat, obedient.
and her allies are not realizing that such bellicosity of their tamed watchdog is generating hate against them over the globe.
The Senate majority leader, whose unscripted attacks can veer into bellicosity and take liberties with facts, spoke on the Senate floor last October and appeared to blame billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch for the government shutdown.
Certainly Churchill was the ultimate British exemplar of unapologetic bellicosity, especially when it came to dealing with Arabs.
He particularly lashed out against "those who seek to promote concession-making," accusing critics of Iranian bellicosity -- the exact language was aimed at those who "accuse the Islamic establishment of warmongering" -- of being traitors.
But it may not be possible that way, and the quality of the diplomacy thus far displayed by Brussels - by both EU and Nato - and by the US has amounted to little more than bellicosity and unenforceable threats.
Rashied Omar carefully explains how Islamic notions of peace are grounded in notions of justice in a manner that Western observers have consistently and erroneously mistaken for bellicosity.
It is Putin who is now cast as the ultimate bad guy for America, while Iran's (President) Hassan Rowhani - who continued his charm offensive on Mar 8 by disavowing nuclear weapons and reprimanding Iranian generals for their bellicosity - isn't even a distant second".
It is Putin who is now cast as the ultimate bad guy for America, while Iran's (President) Hassan Rouhani - who continued his charm offensive on Saturday by disavowing nuclear weapons and reprimanding Iranian generals for their bellicosity - isn't even a distant second.
Although Sudan has come out in favor of the Renaissance Dam, since it will inhibit siltation from compromising its own dams, Egypt's bellicosity will likely not subside with Morsi's decline.
It is in this context alone that the verbal bellicosity against Israel can be understood, to serve the regime's purpose mentioned above.
But from what I remember as a 28-year-old when she came to power, I was to witness and personally feel the effects of handbag-wielding bellicosity that some privileged admirers interpreted as strong leadership.