show indignation

See: resent
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A group of activist priests, nuns and laymen is organizing a protest rally on June 21 to show indignation over a series of killings of priests that one of the group's leaders said raised suspicion that the murders were connected with President Rodrigo Duterte's hostility toward the Church.
He told Al-Monitor in Washington that the PCC should call for withdrawing recognition of Israel as a tangible way to show indignation at the US-Israel collusion.
Marcos was referring to his supporters' plan and call that has become viral in social media, particularly in Facebook, to stage protest rallies to show indignation over the alleged attempts of the administration to rig the results of the May 2016 vice presidential race.
The protestors carried placards to show indignation at the insult to Islam.