Or, by failing to do so, do they "disunite
Her name is Helen Barrett and she claims that a Cameroon witch doctor put a spell on the Irish team to cause them to disunite
Sanderson, a former BHB director and vice-chairman of the Racecourse Association, claimed that BHB chairman Peter Savill had "done more than any other person" to disunite
racing by trying to play a role in media rights talks.
'It is, therefore, their duty to unite and not disunite
, inform, educate and enlighten the people on government policies and programmes for the development of the nation', he said.
On Friday, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani called on the Muslim nations to keep vigilant against the plots hatched by the enemies to disunite
and weaken them.
"There will be many more disagreements but let us not allow our disagreements to disunite
IF our First Minister and the SNP have a great many questions to answer over independence, as you stated in your editorial on Tuesday, then at least don't insult voters' intelligence by starting with: "How do you keep the Queen as a figurehead when you disunite
her kingdom?" Australia, Canada, Jamaica and many other Commonwealth countries bear testimony to the fact that you can be an independent nation and still retain the Queen as your figurehead.
He added: ``For a man who has managed, in one way or another, to do more than any other person to disunite
the racing industry on this subject, Peter Savill's call for unity was at best ironic and, more appropriately for some, hypocritical.
Mohamad Shukri, in his sermon, said Muslims performed Aidilfitri prayers in a congregation to demonstrate unity and added that they would never allow any quarters to disunite
The Iranian minister underscored on Friday that the enemies of the Iraqi people cannot disunite
the Muslim nation and lead the country towards disintegration.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's President Hassan Rouhani called on the Muslim nations to keep vigilant against the plots hatched by the enemies to disunite
and weaken them.
National Assembly Education Minister Jane Davidson, speaking at the meeting in her capacity as AM for Pontypridd, also supported the opposition, saying the move would 'disunite
' the community.