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He cited this as proof of Turkey's intransigence that led to the collapse of the talks, for which he was blameless.
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Nothing has ruined more dinner parties than the cliched yelling match during which one Jew insists that the obstacle to peace is Arab intransigence while the other sees Israeli settlements as an unforgivable sin.
The lack of a law regulating the construction and renovation of churches has left nearly 75% of churches in Egypt unlicensed, among authorities' intransigence towards licensing, based on out dated restrictive laws to grant construction permits, according to a study released by the non-governmental organisationMaat for Peace.
Addressing the 13th Islamic Summit Conference of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), held in Istanbul, His Highness the Amir said Israel's intransigence undermines international peace efforts to find a final settlement to the conflict.
Sulaymaniyah / NINA / The secretary of the Central Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), Adel Murad stressed that the political parties have failed to resolve the issue of the presidency because of the intransigence of the Kurdistan Democratic Party and its determination to maintain Barzani in office.
The fundamental reason for the intransigence being that each side hold their position fanatically, based purely upon opposed religious beliefs, not religious facts, of which it is accepted none exist.
He described this decision as a dangerous step which reflects the intransigence of the occupying force, Israel, in continuing its flagrant violations of international law and international legitimacy resolutions and its defiance of the will of the international community, WAM reported Saturday.
The true cost of Welsh language promotion over the years has, of course, run into billions in lost global investment due to the Welsh language intransigence.
The former for their weak-willed attitude and the latter for their left wing intransigence, believing that somehow destroying their own industry would be another step on the road to international revolution.
This shows the intransigence and the arrogance of the Israeli government especially toward prisoners of freedom held in its jails," he said.
Through their intransigence and stupidity they have cut us off.