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The letter stated her objections to Muslims in France ritually slaughtering sheep by slitting their throats without anesthetizing them first but also said, in reference to Muslims, that she was " fed up with being under the thumb of this population which is destroying us, destroying our country and imposing its habits ".
The international definition of conscientious objection officially broadened on March 8, 1995 when the United Nations Commission on Human Rights resolution 1995 / 83 stated that " persons performing military service should not be excluded from the right to have conscientious objections to military service.
Fowler stated that after his objections became public he was ostracized by other students.
And they further – further, the point was that if and when they would be used, they would brief Congress at that time " Pelosi's office stated that she later protested the technique and that she concurred with objections raised by Democratic colleague Jane Harman in a letter to the CIA in early 2003.
Considering objections from Canada, Spain, Ireland and other states, the Final Act simply stated that " frontiers " in Europe should be stable but could change by peaceful internal means.
One of the leading professionals, Laura Davies, stated objections to the change were shortsighted.
McDowell has stated that " soft " judges are partly to blame for these killings for granting bail to gang suspects despite Garda objections.
Surprised by the rejection, Bowles later stated he believed that Obama decided to abandon the report and let House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan go first, and then he would look like the sensible guy in the game, based on advice from his political advisers and over the objections of his economic team.
Moshoeshoe, when hearing of the trekker settlement above the junction, stated that "... the ground on which they were belonged to me, but I had no objections to their flocks grazing there until such time as they were able to proceed further ; on condition, however, that they remained in peace with my people and recognised my authority.
Upon examination of the many objections made against Rydén, Laurentin stated that: " she has excited more opposition than any other.
The bill was not submitted, which Phillips, writing his General History of Navigation in 1795, stated was due to objections concerning land purchase and possible damage to property, but a newspaper report in 1788 believed it was due to a lack of subscribers.
The Council's report written by the Chief School's Officer, Chris Jones, stated that the majority of responses received have expressed support for a new high school to serve the East of Cardiff with the main objections being to the location of the new school.
In a letter to Holder, King wrote he had recently learned that the decision had been made by high-ranking Justice Department officials " over the vehement and stated objections of special agents and supervisors of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as well as the prosecutors at the U. S. Attorney ’ s Office in Dallas ", adding that " there should be full transparency into the Department ’ s decision.
They also stated that the commander returned to her body again, put his weapon on the automatic setting, and emptied his entire magazine into her body, disregarding their objections over the walkie-talkie.
On March 8, 1995, the UN Commission on Human Rights resolution 1995 / 83 stated that " persons performing military service should not be excluded from the right to have conscientious objections to military service.
Grant, according to his own statement " was not long in finding out that the objections to Smith's promotion were well grounded ," but he never stated the grounds of his complaint, and Smith, in the Battles and Leaders series, maintained that they were purely of a personal character.
This has led to numerous instances of Thompson's Tradition and its practitioners being labeled as Celtic Wicca despite her stated objections and preference for the term Traditionalist.
In spite of the opposition's objections, the AU stated that the election " reflected voters ' will.
As a result of Mr. Kent's performance at the Durban conference, including his stated intention to withdraw from Kyoto, opposition politicians raised objections during the December 14, 2011 session of the Canadian House of Commons.
However, both the City of London Police and BTP have expressed their strong objections to this proposal, while the Home Office has stated that reorganisation of policing in London is not on their agenda.
The Jamaica Labour Party, now in opposition, stated it has no issue with the government's plan and seems set to support the move despite strident objections in the past.
Sixty percent of respondents stated that they would have no objections to having an openly gay minister or a head of the government.
" Against the objections of his father, who was a real estate agent and wished to pass down his business to his son, Murphy enrolled in the Manhattan School of Music in 1970 ; recalling his experiences with his father, Murphy stated " He wanted me to be a doctor or lawyer — or something you can depend on.
In August 2005, officials stated that the Center would have been required to respond to objections raised by victims ' families before it was approved to go forward.

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We had assumed that at least this local legislative body had nothing to hide, and, therefore, had no objections to making the deliberations of its committees and the city commissions available to the public.
Though the accused raised many other objections, he did not object on this crucial point at any stage of the proceedings.
Their major objections ( exceptions ) were: firstly, that it was improper for the lay congregation to take any vocal part in prayer ( as in the Litany or Lord's Prayer ), other than to say " Amen "; secondly, that no set prayer should exclude the option of an extempore alternative from the Minister ; thirdly, that the Minister should have the option to omit part of the set liturgy at his discretion ; fourthly, that short Collects should be replaced by longer prayers and exhortations ; and fifthly, that all surviving " Catholic " ceremonial should be removed.
In 1680, the Exclusion crisis occurred due to widespread objections to a Catholic serving as the King of England, since James was the heir presumptive to Charles, who was the king at that time.
Indira herself was at loggerheads with her father over policy ; most notably, she used his oft-stated personal deference to the Congress Working Committee to push through the dismissal of the Communist Party of India government in the state of Kerala, over his own objections.
When various Bolshevik and Menshevik factions tried to re-unite at the January 1910 RSDLP Central Committee meeting in Paris over Lenin's objections, Trotsky's Pravda was made a party-financed ' central organ '.
When Macbeth arrives at Inverness, she overrides all of her husband ’ s objections by challenging his manhood, and successfully persuades him to kill the king that very night.
Sergius I's objections, however, did not extend to the anathemization of his predecessor, Pope Honorius I, who at the time was also condemned in Western formulas.
During the Civil War ( 1642 – 49 ) in England and Ireland, Innocent X strongly supported the independent ( and Catholic ) Confederate Ireland, over the objections of Mazarin and the former British Queen and at that time Queen Mother, Henrietta Maria, exiled in Paris.
Despite objections from shareholders such as Joan Whitney Payson, majority owner Horace Stoneham entered into negotiations with San Francisco officials at around the same time that the Dodgers ' owner Walter O ' Malley was courting the city of Los Angeles.
Also at the first rehearsal were guitarist Geoff Bradford and vocalist Brian Knight, both of whom refused to join the band citing objections to playing the Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley songs preferred by Jagger and Richards.
It was met with objections made in May 1662 by Claude Clerselier, an expert in optics and leading spokesman for the Cartesians at that time.
They still can be made sometime at the deposition to indicate the serious problem to judge and withness, but the witness must answer the question despite these objections.
Indeed, in Texas, lawyers were so aggressively using objections to indirectly coach their witnesses on the record that all objections outside of four narrow categories are now prohibited and making such prohibited objections waives all objections to the question or answer at issue.
California is the major " outlier " on deposition objections ; under the California Civil Discovery Act as enacted in 1957 and heavily revised in 1986, most objections must be given on the record at the deposition ( and must be specific as to the objectionable nature of the question or response ) or they are permanently waived.
The production had intended to film at Mesa Verde National Park, but Native American representatives had religious objections to its use.
Another approach is looking at moral objections to third-party incest.
The censors at the Hays Office had objections to the script which the studio submitted to them.
Under the United States Constitution, if the President does not return a bill or resolution to Congress with objections before the time limit expires, then the bill automatically becomes an Act ; however, if the Congress is adjourned at the end of this period, then the bill dies and cannot be reconsidered ( see pocket veto ).
Lenin died in January 1924 and in May his Testament was read aloud at the Central Committee but Zinoviev and Kamenev argued that Lenin's objections had proven groundless and that Stalin should remain General Secretary.

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