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I have not committed any crime other than criticizing this government's security policies for supporting terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) with the sole purpose of making Erdoy-an happy.
The survey concluded that fear of criticizing the government publicly is what makes a large number of people prefer private circumstances for questioning the authorities, the daily stated.
3-29: Mavericks owner Mark Cuban fined $25,000 for criticizing referees on Twitter
Tom Schuck is the lawyer defending pro-family activist Bill Whatcott, who is appealing his conviction for criticizing homosexual behaviour.
Early juries, during the 1980s, welcomed such projects, while ruthlessly criticizing entries that consisted merely of reports of the participation processes of housing committees.
He said the church they were criticizing "bears very little resemblance to the church we actually know, which is alive and well and faithful.
Here Rorty fleshes out his moral perspective by criticizing appeals to "Reason" to justify our moral intuitions.
The ad was a classic example of speech protected by the First Amendment, but it violated a federal campaign-finance law, which effectively barred such expenditures on the ground that they could influence the upcoming Presidential election by criticizing President Nixon and applauding one of his possible opponents, Senator McGovern.
Instead of criticizing Americans for recognizing the presence of the poor, how about criticizing policy that worsens inequality?
He then goes on to state that "the focus of the article instead was on Western culpability," and continues by criticizing the article for being about "culture, not history," and adding that Said in this article was arguing that "the eruption of the Gulf Crisis .
In criticizing the idea that state-building can be construed simply as a coercive process of extracting material resources and manpower from local communities, Magagna might have emphasized the role of the English and French monarchies in guaranteeing the property rights of rural households as well a townspeople and nobles.