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They rant and rave against other Muslim sects/ schools of thought and quoting arcane sources issue Fatwas[decrees] declaring them 'infidels' full of guile.
President Duterte and Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez rant and rave against the Commission on Human Rights, and then go ad hominem and vent their ire on its chair, Chito Gascon.
Last weekend a Rave against Racism night was held at Alfie Birds, hosted by legendary acid house DJ Jock Lee and his mate Jonnie Greaves.
The indoor event will also offer plenty for all ages while it conjures up the atmosphere of a real rave against a backdrop of huge balloons.
Optimo have Rave Against Racism at The Sub Club on Friday, too.
It is very easy to rant and rave against government policy on immigrants but the government's detractors should tell us what they think should be done.
Just goes to show that, no matter how much we rave against 'commercialism and marketing ploys', brands are entrenched into a our daily lives in ways that we can't even begin to count.
AaThis is not the first meeting of the kind, and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has previously shown a remarkable capacity to conclude such meetings with commitments so ambiguous as to leave the majority satisfied while the United States alone rants and rave against the country's nuclear ambitions.
The Namibian newspaper provided a rambling rave against what it terms "political correctness", the usual chauvinist attack against women challenging sexism.
It could only have been described as a rant and a rave against the sloppy display we had given for 45 minutes.
Her initial reaction to the election results, she said, was that "those Catholics in Ohio who went to church on Sunday and heard somebody rave against gay marriage lost the election for John Kerry.
I have found many rationalists and atheists rave against Mother Theresa.