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Incite

To arouse; urge; provoke; encourage; spur on; goad; stir up; instigate; set in motion; as in to incite a riot. Also, generally, in Criminal Law to instigate, persuade, or move another to commit a crime; in this sense nearly synonymous with abet.

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The Ministry strongly condemned the Israeli incitement campaigns against Palestinian people and its leadership, it also strongly condemned Smotrich's statements, and deplored the absence of the US response towards this public Israeli incitement to kill Palestinian children, knowing that the US administration used to attack what they call the "Palestinian incitement" like what the American ambassador to Tel Aviv, David Friedman, claimed on more than one occasion that attempted to mislead the public opinion that linked US aid with stopping Palestinian incitement.
escalating wave of incitement against Muslims, with particular reference to the targeting of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).
He underlined that the international community needs to come up with an unified action with regard to implementation of international law, which warns clearly against any advocacy of religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, aggression or violence.
Ahmadinejad's aspersions often fall into the two categories that genocide scholars characterize as hallmarks of mass-murderous incitement: dehumanization and demonization.
Several prominent international human rights lawyers and jurists have urged that Ahmadinejad be prosecuted for incitement to genocide.
Notably, the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs published in 2006 a 69-page document, endorsed by Holocaust activist Elie Weisel and Ambassador Dore Gold, among others, titled, "Referral of Iranian President Ahmadinejad on the Charge of Incitement to Commit Genocide."
Security Council to prosecute Ahmadinejad for incitement.
Moreover, he states that the charges should extend beyond incitement to genocide, and include the charge of crimes against humanity.
Action ought to have been taken much sooner than it was to prevent incitement to genocide, a crime under the Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
But he resigned out of frustration days before our arrival when he learned that Iris attempts to prosecute Mugesera for incitement to racial hatred were thwarted by the man's powerful friends.
According to a decision of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, his remarks constituted direct and public incitement to commit genocide.
Action ought to have been taken much earlier, to prevent incitement to genocide, declared an international crime by the Genocide Convention.