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A government official said the army chief's statement was aimed at cautioning the government that miscreants could exploit the situation to provoke hatred and fuel unrest and violence in the country - and that the situation needed to be handled tactfully.
They want to create chaos, incite sedition, and provoke hatred and extremism.
To that end, the spiritual leaders of the Middle East can become the real saviors of the region by embracing a language of love, unity, brotherhood, understanding, peace, and by carefully avoiding speeches that will provoke hatred, rage and hostility.
It must constantly create and cultivate dangers and threats in order to perpetuate the togetherness of the nation, and the best enemy is an internal one that is close enough to provoke hatred and sufficiently blurred to generate fear.
Karachi -- Sindh Secretary Information Dr Zulfiqar Ali Shalwani has underlined on print and electronic media to refrain from printing, publishing and sending on air such things which might provoke hatred or cause conflicts in different sects to suppress terrorism.
It is designed to provoke hatred at a time when Israel buries three teenage boys found murdered.
I hate their tactics of misleading young men with half-truths and lies to frighten families and provoke hatred.
Similarly, no program would be tolerated which may provoke hatred against individual or group on the bases of race, ethnicity and religious orientation.
The charges were also directed at a journalist on Al-Tahrir private newspaper for publishing an interview with Abu Islam that included clear sentences encouraging desecration of Christianity, that could provoke hatred and even sectarian sedition in the country.
I believe that 'freedom of opinion' ends at the point where people intend to provoke hatred between nations and religions under the cover of this principle.
Such abominable actions, synchronised with commemoration of atrocious events like 9/11, provoke hatred, discord and enmity within societies and between peoples of various faiths," the statement said.
Mohammed Shafiq from the Ramadhan Foundation said Mr Choudary had been deliberately provocative: "His attempt to demonstrate at Wootton Bassett was set out to provoke hatred between communities and is not welcomed in the Muslim communities.