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Unfortunately Brexit has created much divisiveness and bitterness, and that shows no sign of diminishing.
'However, Hakam regrets even more that this issue has been exploited to generate fear and divisiveness in the country,' it added.
"Today, a new freedom struggle is the urgent need of the hour -- a massive movement to combat the forces of divisiveness and prejudice, to confront the Modi government whose politics is the politics of threat and intimidation, the politics of polarisation and divisiveness, the politics of crushing debate and dissent, the politics of imposing an artificial uniformity in a nation of extraordinary diversity, the politics of hate and vendetta, the politics of subverting all constitutional values, principles and practices, the politics of lies, deceit, fraud and subterfuge," it said in the resolution.
The article "Pope's World Council of Churches visit counters divisiveness" (NCR, June 15-28) incorrectly stated that Pope Francis' Mass in Geneva would be the first known papal Mass there since the Reformation.
Maria Angelica Amante-Matba said their petition stemmed from Mortola's poor governance, which caused divisiveness among Cabadbaranons.
In recent years, many politicians and political pundits have lamented what they perceive to be growing political divisiveness in the United States.
A report discussed among civil servants suggested a "quiet but progressive" approach had succeeded in developing the tongue while avoiding negativism and divisiveness.
The party accuses Grace Mugabe of "preaching hate, divisiveness and assuming roles and powers not delegated to the office".
This is just a painful reminder of the extreme divisiveness that characterizes the current political climate at the national level."
"The European Commission believes that these are times for unity and stability not divisiveness and fragmentation," said the spokesman.
(The Forward, August 12, 2015) There is no shortage of think pieces these days many from Jews accusing the left of divisiveness and hate.
"Media is often being seized as a vehicle for divisiveness and incitement to hatred and violent extremism.