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Impossible to imagine what he would bring out from there to the light of this world of uncondemned men.
The president hit out at the international community s lack of interest to address gross human rights' violations by Indian forces in Kashmir by stating 'The indifference of the international community to these grave human rights atrocities by India raises doubts in the minds of Kashmiris, hinting at a double standard where every atrocity goes unpunished and every human rights violation, uncondemned.'
He hit out at the international community's indifference to grave human rights violations by Indian forces in Kashmir, which he said raise doubts in the minds of Kashmiris, hinting at a double standard where every atrocity goes unpunished and every human rights violation, uncondemned.
hr Presidents Message hr President Dr Arif Alvi has said the indifference of the international community towards grave human rights atrocities by India raises doubts in the minds of the Kashmiris, hinting at double standards where every atrocity goes unpunished and every human rights violation uncondemned. It reduces the United Nations Human Rights charter to mere verbal rhetoric," the President in a message on the Kashmir Solidarity Day being commemorated on February 5, said.
Nowadays, cases remain unsolved for years and the culprits usually go uncondemned. Even no fines are imposed and illegal gratification saves them.
It said the government must ensure that such hate speech does not go uninvestigated and uncondemned at the highest level.
In 1659 they petitioned Parliament for their freedom "on behalf of themselves and three-score and ten more free-born Englishmen sold uncondemned into slavery.
"Slavery existed uncondemned among the ancient Israelites, uncondemned by the Apostles in the Greco-Roman world of apostolic times, and uncondemned by the church in Europe in subsequent centuries." He cites the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle as arguing that for some "the condition of slavery is both beneficial and just." (7)
The town's devout thanks for its redemption at the hands of Draco's black artillery is ironic, for it clearly implies a "grimy slur" on the Republic's faith "that Man is naturally good" and "never to be scourged." The poem's final line alludes to Acts 22:25, in which the apostle Paul saves himself from a beating with this question: "And as they bound him with thongs, Paul said unto the centurion that stood by, Is it lawful for you to scourge a man that is a Roman [i.e., a citizen], and uncondemned?" Timothy Sweet reminds us that in White-Jacket, after a long passage excoriating the practice of flogging in the U.S.
The Voice uncondemned THERE'S no substitute for age and experience, as was discovered in the sponsor's box before the Sean Magee's Full Set Handicap Chase at Sedgefield last Tuesday.
Calling for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire, and working towards the implementation of all UN resolutions addressing this conflict, will restore to the international community - and Britain in particular - the legitimacy it has squandered by allowing months of war crimes to go by, witnessed but uncondemned and unconstrained.Israel has failed to understand that it cannot expel a people and call itself the victim; that it cannot conquer its neighbours and treat any and all resistance to that conquest as terrorism; that it cannot arm itself as a regional superpower and annihilate the institutional fabric of two peoples without incurring the fury of their children in the years that follow.nKarma Nabulsi teaches Politics and International Relations at Oxford University.
status quo was less clear, the risk of uncondemned deviation higher,