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Among the provocative acts documented by Euro-Med researchers against Palestinians in Jerusalem were performance of Talmudic prayers near Muslim worshippers, beating, throwing rubbish, cursing, death threats and preventing worshippers from reaching the mosque," the report said.
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The acting deputy spokesman also said Washington has constant concerns about the North taking further provocative actions, including a fresh nuclear test.
In a letter to the Spanish ambassador in Rabat, the Association said that, under the instigation of the Polisario and Algeria, the activists gathered in Laayun to chant provocative slogans and brandish the mercenaries' flags, in a blatant violation of the laws in force.
Summary: BEIRUT: Prime Minister Saad Hariri stressed Monday that provocative rhetoric aimed against the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) investigating his father's murder would not halt the course of justice.
ANKARA, Oct 22, 2009 (TUR) -- Turkish President Abdullah Gul said Thursday the images during the surrender of terrorists were provocative.
The 15-year-old is also accused, along with a boy of 16, of provocative behaviour at a Belfast anti-racism rally.
Marwa considers the new role risky since her fans are used to seeing her as a provocative dancer.
Since the inception of his company in 1984, he has created more than 30 works and has collaborated with some of the world's most provocative talents, including Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, James Lavelle, Michael Nyman, visual artists Cindy Sherman and Anish Kapoor, and fashion designers Tara Subkoff, Manolo and Rachel Roy.
It's a digression from Finley's more labor-intensive, thematically weighty paintings, but one that points to an absurdist vision that is provocative and compelling.
Although Kezar's study is provocative and his arguments compelling, the reader seeking a contribution to the kind of extratextual understanding of authorship and reading practices that has become the focus in studies of "the history of the book" will leave unsatisfied since Kezar constructs the author and the reader entirely from rhetorical strategies within the literary text.
Yet what stands out in the end is the rigor and incisiveness of his analysis--the provocative conclusions he derives from his vignettes and the remarkable way that he is able to make us see their larger significance.