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The petition argues that AygE-n's tweets about the Gezi protests indirectly target Erdoy-an in an explicit attempt to humiliate, calumniate and insult the prime minister, not merely to criticize him.
They publicly avow the object of their meeting to be nothing short of a conspiracy against the friends of the present administration, or in other words, to convene a pestiferous caucus, to calumniate and asperse the fairest government in the world
People who were rational and who genuinely wanted to speak for the good of the citizens and only for a general interest were allowed to be heard and those who calumniate or speak from anger or from private interest to manipulate or mislead were frowned upon.
Although I do not wish to calumniate the current cadre of seminarians, today's models of priesthood and of training for priesthood do not seem up to the task.
However, he wished, modestly that his short-comings be forgiven:351:It is hoped that "the people of knowledge"Will not blame me for my faults,(and) will not calumniate me, like jealous people, (but) will correct my shortcomings (47).