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O you who have believed, do not prohibit the good things which Allah has made lawful to you and do not transgress.
If these reports are true, then US troops are participating in and conducting operations beyond what is allowed in the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) and directly transgress our sovereignty," said Ilagan, adding that she is filing a resolution to start investigation on US presence in the south.
Dammam, Saudi Arabia, Dhu-AlQa'dah 29, 1432, Oct 27, 2011, SPA -- Border Guard Command in Eastern Region has intensified its border security surveillance along the borderline to thwart any attempt to infiltrate, smuggle or transgress the borders.
22:39-41) Another key verse clearly defines who is to be fought: "Fight in the way of God those who fight against you, but do not transgress.
Rather than reflecting a direct cause-and-effect relationship between adolescent drinking and adult alcoholism, the study findings indicate the possibility that those who transgress social norms as teens by drinking heavily may be those same individuals who transgress social norms in adulthood by drinking abusively.
He duly called on Lebanese factions to endorse the President's remarks and transgress narrow interests and provocations that could separate between them.
This is unless there has been an attempt to transgress the rules.
Trevillian examines links between Christianity and romantic love that transgress traditional marriage laws and argues that transgressive relationships are a force for introducing new possibilities.
Baudrillard's response is to continue to fight or transgress all boundaries through 'the saturation of the semiotic code' or 'an absolute deterritorialization of theory itself' (11) in order to explode the hyperreality of the hegemonic capitalist ideology.
By participating in a cultural activity designed for and by men, they transgress gender boundaries, and as they emigrate from Brazil with increasing frequency, as capoeiristas brasilieras have changed their citizenship, found work and made homes away from home (Article excerpt).
If somebody transgresses against you, transgress against them the same way.
Those of us who studied with the late John Howard Yoder remember how he taught us to transgress the status quo, or in his words, "Constantinian assumptions of contemporary theology and culture," with alternative, prophetic possibilities for re-imagining the relationships of God, world, self and other.