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In its harshest form it preached that Muslims should not only " always oppose " infidels " in every way ," but " hate them for their religion ... for Allah's sake ," that democracy " is responsible for all the horrible wars of the 20th century ," that Shia and other non-Wahhabi Muslims were infidels, etc.
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Its many subspecies are native to all but the harshest climes of continental Eurasia and its islands and Africa as well, from Ireland and India to Japan and north to Siberia.
Despite this, the film was reviewed negatively by critics for its perceived amateurish production and self-indulgent content, with the fantasy sequences in particular coming in for some of the harshest criticism.
Each camp had its own rules and often handed out justice by popular vote, sometimes acting fairly and at times exercising vigilantism — with Indians, Mexicans, and Chinese generally receiving the harshest sentences.
This dog has a long genetic foundation of living in the harshest environment imaginable, and many of its behaviors are evolved to conform with " survival of the fittest.
The direction of its chief minister, Bishop Roger of Salisbury evolved the law for tenants in chief which became the harshest and most severe in Europe.
Sisy Chen, an ally of Hsu Hsin-liang, left the DPP in 1999 and emerged as one of its harshest critics.
These were the first posthumous pardons in Montana history, but the convictions had become notorious in recent years because Montana's sedition law had been one of the broadest and harshest of its time: one man went to prison for calling food rationing a joke, while others were targeted because they refused to physically kiss a U. S. flag or to buy Liberty Bonds.
During its 11 years of operation, the penal colony achieved a reputation as one of harshest penal settlements in the Australian colonies.
In the fifties, when the regime was at its harshest and the " Iron Curtain " was close to impenetrable, emigration was very low.
Previous efforts to build a lighthouse on the small ledge of rock had failed but Totten conceived a plan whereby the lighthouse would be pinned by its own weight to the ledge making it able to withstand the harshest extremes of weather.
" He further says that when Team B and the CIA debated their reports in 1976, the CIA " conceded all essential points on Soviet nuclear war strategy to its harshest critics.
At the time of its foundation, though much relieved from the harshest of the Penal Laws by the Irish Parliament's Relief Acts, some discrimination against Catholics remained throughout the newly created United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland pending full Catholic Emancipation in 1829.
This title has the distinction of perhaps being the anime movie which suffered the harshest editing for length in its English release.
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`` We the people of the Confederate States, each state acting in its sovereign and independent character, in order to form a permanent federal government, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity -- invoking the favor and the guidance of Almighty God -- do ordain and establish this Constitution for the Confederate States of America ''.
But the highroad, according to the description of its traffic, belongs to life as it is lived in unawareness of death, while the way to the churchyard belongs to some other sort of life: a suffering form, an existence wholly comprised in the awareness of death.
And if I have gone into so much detail about so small a work, that is because it is also so typical a work, representing the germinal form of a conflict which remains essential in Mann's writing: the crude sketch of Piepsam contains, in its critical, destructive and self-destructive tendencies, much that is enlarged and illuminated in the figures of, for instance, Naphta and Leverkuhn.
All such imitations of negative quality have given rise to a compensatory response in the form of a heroic and highly individualistic humanism: if man can neither know nor love reality as it is, he can at least invent an artistic `` reality '' which is its own world and which can speak to man of purely personal and subjective qualities capable of being known and worthy of being loved.
Whitehead contends that the human way of understanding existence as a unity of interlocking and interdependent processes which constitute each other and which cause each other to be and not to be is possible only because the basic form of such an understanding, for all its vagueness and tendency to mistake the detail, is initially given in the way man feels the world.
But while the corporation has all the disadvantages of the socialist form of organization ( so cumbersome it cannot constructively do much of anything not compatible with its need to perpetuate itself and maintain its status quo ), unluckily it does not have the desirable aspect of socialism, the motivation to operate for the benefit of society as a whole.
The second involves something deeper, but its characteristic form focuses on a shift in policy for the community, not in the truth on which the community rests.
Its ontological status is itself most tenuous because apart from individual men, who are its `` matter '', tradition, the `` form '' of society exists only as a shared perception of truth.
Moreover its posture of stubborn but simple resistance is doomed to failure because of the metaphysical weakness of the existent form of order, once the activation of change has reached visible proportions.
In its dynamic form, it visualizes the community as the embodiment of an ontological force -- the race, for instance, which unfolds in history.
we accord it its place there, and in Lawrence's treatment we are given the innocent fantasy of a child, in fact, the form in which oedipal love is expressed in childhood.
But as he remarks in his preface to The Walnut Trees, `` a novel can hardly ever be rewritten '', and `` when this one appears in its final form, the form of the first part will no doubt be radically changed ''.
Even in its present form, however, the first part of Malraux's unrecoverable novel is among the greatest works of mid-twentieth century literature ; ;
This magnificent but greatly underestimated book, which bodies forth the very form and pressure of its time as no other comparable creation, has suffered severely from having been written about an historical event -- the Spanish Civil War -- that is still capable of fanning the smoldering fires of old political feuds.
Our comment was that this was `` featherbedding '' in its ultimate form and that sympathy for the railroad was misplaced since it had entered into such an agreement.
In presenting it to other governments and to the United Nations, we could propose that every nation consider the formation of its own peace corps and that the United Nations sponsor the idea and form an international coordinating committee.
`` When working from one of my sketches I square it up and project its linear form freehand to the watercolor sheet with charcoal.
Or, equally often, a concretistic-seeming, particularistic-seeming statement may consist, with its mundane exterior, in a form of poetry -- may be full of meaning and emotion when interpreted as a figurative expression: a metaphor, a smile, an allegory, or some other symbolic mode of speaking.
Hence, when the address Af is computed from Af, the cell Af and all Y-cells in its chain must be inspected to determine whether Af is already in the form list or whether it should be added to the form list and the chain.
Applying the techniques developed at Harvard for generating a paradigm from a representative form and its classification, we can add all forms of a word to the dictionary at once.
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Schweitzer, however, writes: " The Jesus of Nazareth who came forward publicly as the Messiah, who preached the ethic of the kingdom of God, who founded the kingdom of heaven upon earth and died to give his work its final consecration never existed.
He preached moderation in the political discourse, noting that it was important that the nation present a unified front in its dealings with foreign powers.
Most critics focus on the preface of the novel, which preached about Art for art's sake through its dictum that " everything useful is ugly.
Named after St Guthlac, who preached in the area during the 8th century, its name is recorded in the Domesday Book as Goullakarres.
Henry's father preached a form of Calvinist theology that " combined the old belief that ' human fate was preordained by God's plan ' with a faith in the capacity of rational men and women to purge society of its sinful ways ," according to historian Michael Kazin.
Stagg “ It was reconditioned ( c. 1615 )… the priest at Vang preached there once a year – on July 2nd … many sought cures for their ailments in the miraculous powers possessed by splinters from its timbers …” A market grew up near the church as a result of the July 2nd service.
Niebuhr preached against the Klan and helped to influence its decline in political power in Detroit.
An evangelist at heart, he preached and encouraged the church to remember its spiritual foundation of the past but also to embrace wholistic ministry for the future.
Although well known in Sweden and fervently preached by its adherents, it has never been accepted by scholars.
His famous sermons on the church in danger from the neglect of the Whig ministry to keep guard over its interests were preached, the one at Derby on 15 August 1709, the other at St Paul's Cathedral on 5 November 1709, entitled The Perils of False Brethren, in Church, and State.
From there he is said to have preached the gospel throughout the Malabar coast, though the various churches he founded were located mainly on the Periyar River and its tributaries and along the coast, where there were Jewish colonies.
They accepted the authority of the British crown in Canada, defended its legitimacy, and preached obedience to the British ruler.
He has also preached at Durham Cathedral at the feast of the Cathedral's commemoration of its founders and benefactors.
His mother was Clara Muhammad and his father was Elijah Muhammad, the Supreme Minister of the Nation of Islam, the organization that preached a form of Black nationalism and its own version of Islam.
" Bible Bill " preached that the capitalist economy was rotten because of its immorality ; specifically it produced goods and services but did not provide people with sufficient purchasing power to enjoy them.
:" For since in the wisdom of God the world through its wisdom did not know him, God was pleased through the foolishness of what was preached to save those who believe.
The church preached self-reliance and self-determination for Africans, using the Piby as its guiding document.
Sidney Rigdon was the First Counselor in the LDS First Presidency, and as its spokesman, Rigdon preached several controversial sermons in Missouri, including the Salt Sermon and the July 4th Oration.
Soon after the second Nephite evacuation of Lehi-Nephi, these Nephites were en route to Zarahemla when they came to “ a place which was called Mormon, having received its name from the king, being in the borders of the land having been infested, by times or at seasons, by wild beasts .” This place of Mormon contained “ a fountain of pure water ” near which the prophet Alma — a fugitive from King Noah ’ s court —“ did hide himself in the daytime from the searches of the king ” and preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ to “ as many as believed him ” ().
With the rise of Buddhism in whole Jammu and Kashmir and its corresponding areas, Pahari was developed and preached.
Broadwindsor is renowned for its Craft Centre, Lewesdon Hill in bluebell time, 13th century church, in which Thomas Fuller preached.
As an essayist he wrote extensively on morals and literature, and as a minister he preached often on behalf of philanthropic causes and against war, arguing that " If the Christian religion in all its purity, and in its full force, were suffered to prevail universally, the sword of offensive war must be sheathed for ever, and the din of arms would at last be silenced in perpetual peace " and that " The total abolition of war, and the establishment of perpetual and universal peace, appear to me to be of more consequence than any thing ever achieved, or even attempted, by mere mortal man, since the creation ".