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BEIRUT: Culture Minister Raymond Areiji rose up over the weekend to defend Fairouz, Lebanon's most renowned singer, after a local magazine harshly criticized the diva in their issue last week.
Security forces harshly removed old women waiting n front of the vehicles.
Dillon indicates that those who did not intervene should not be judged too harshly.
According to the American Civil Liberties Union, which is representing Meshal, the New Jersey resident was arrested after fleeing unrest in Somalia, secretly imprisoned in inhumane conditions, and harshly interrogated more than 30 times.
An official report has suggested that SMEs are often judged harshly by bankers.
History is a somber judge and it will judge us all harshly if we prove incapable of taking the right path today," he added.
Earlier on Monday, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman harshly criticized Interior Minister Eli Yishai for his statements against African migrants.
A pupil in the third elementary grade passed away of a heart attack at his home a few hours after his female teacher harshly rebuked and humiliatingly punished him in front of the class for stealing his fellow pupil's meal," the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Yet the motorist is harshly penalised for a minor slip-up.
Yes Mark was harshly treated, no doubt about it, but Roberto Mancini deserves every chance to go and do his job.
Bullock's red card from last Saturday's defeat at Queen of the South was overturned after video evidence revealed he was harshly sent off.
The Human Rights Watch group, usually harshly critical of Israel, has been forced to suspend an analyst who is an avid collector of Nazi items.