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In a statement, the Chief Minister said that further silence of international human rights bodies, on the barbarity and savagery of Indian occupied forces, would be a criminal negligence.
(The Management of Savagery - How America's National Security State Fueled the Rise of al-Qaeda, ISIS, and Donald Trump.
Summary: The brutal massacre of worshippers in Christchurch in New Zealand is an act of savagery that defies logic and explanation.
AN ELECTRICAL engineer has been jailed for life and ordered to serve at least 29 years in prison for murdering his wife and 11-year-old stepdaughter in an episode of "wanton savagery".
Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani said Trump's remarks might usher in an era of "modern savagery," suggesting that Trump's remarks represented policy and not bad taste.
"Only a person of savagery would do something like this," said Troy Police Chief James Tedesco in a Wednesday press conference.
This is with reference to the report "No letup in Assad' Aleppo savagery" (Oct.
This book specifically maps the demonology of AmericaAEs war on terror, which--it argues--is focused on a one-dimensional perception of evil or savagery. It traces projected images of evil savagery to originating snapshots of American history, explaining how the devil myth was constructed in response to specific circumstances within a cultural framework based on interpretation.
They prefer savagery. Jesus is bad for their business.
Their acts of savagery are an affront to mankind and a crime against humanity.
It may not be as revealing as "Mein Kampf" or "The Communist Manifesto." But people looking for insight into the extremist strategy that inflames the fighters of ISIS might begin with a book chillingly titled "The Management of Savagery."