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Islam defames Christianity THERE are certain things happening at the present time which make it imperative that every intelligent person should know something about Islam.
By merely levelling allegations he can only defame somebody, but cannot get anything substantial out of it," Congress spokesperson Rashid Alvi said.
Lurking behind this is a sinister intention of the dishonest forces to defame the indestructible political system in the DPRK,'' it said.
The court noted that while Minyard's policies required employees to participate in workplace misconduct investigations, they did not require them to defame others.
The attacks defame Islam and defame Muslims' reputation.
Our intentions were never to defame her name," insist the victorious members of Outkast after the verdict.
The HRW report which is full of fallacies is a new attempt to deliberately defame Egypt, spokesman for the Foreign Ministry Zied said.
The program is used to defame me," alleged the former Congress man.
He said that some elements in a bid to defame PTI are
Details of the case reveal that the Public Prosecution received nine complaints lodged by the Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security Directorate against people who misused communication devices through posting remarks that defame dand insulted an Arab leader on social networks.
In their reports, Sabah and Takvim ran headlines targeting nine people and accused them of being members of the "parallel state," a term coined by former Prime Minister and current President Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an to defame the members of the Hizmet movement following a corruption scandal that that broke on Dec.
The only agenda of BBC seems to be is to defame Pakistan and it\'s institution.