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Synonyms for blaspheme



Synonyms for blaspheme

to use profane or obscene language

Synonyms for blaspheme

utter obscenities or profanities

speak of in an irreverent or impious manner

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He added that punishing a blasphemer was a religious duty enjoined on everyone.
HAFIZABAD -- Nazim-e-Aala Almi Tanzeem-e-Ahle Sunnat Pakistan Allam Ziaullah Qadri stressed the need for making the Blasphemy Act more affective and regretted that no blasphemer in the country had so far been convicted under section 295-C PPC.
It's not enough for Muslim leaders to condemn people who kill those they consider as blasphemers if their own governments are endorsing the idea of blasphemy at the very same time.
By the yardstick of the Ranadive thesis, Chandrasekharan had proven to be a blasphemer of the worst kind i.
Dealings with God: From Blasphemers in Early Modern Zurich to a Cultural History of Religiousness.
Nash's chronology serves him well in his discussion of the changing sociology of blasphemers in Ch.
Rather than just letting things slide, or moving to amend the constitution, the Irish legislature gave prosecutors the tools they need to attack blasphemers in the future.
Personally, I focused my attention on the awards related to the society and the media, and divided - mentally - the works submitted into two sections: Ahl al-Bayt [family of the Prophet], or works that deserve to be nominated, and the Blasphemers of Quraish, or those works that did not deserve to be nominated, and which wasted our time by having to read and reject them.
The victims of Tuesday night's co-ordinated attack by four suicide bombers were Yazidis, a small Kurdish-speaking sect that has been targeted by Muslim extremists who consider its members to be blasphemers.
Blasphemers always make him sigh, And atheists as well.
A few hundred years ago, blasphemers were routinely burned at the stake.
Sinners, repenters, believers, blasphemers and Jim Leishman all merited a mention in an hour and a half this cynic reckons was every bit as entertaining as anything shown on telly last night.
They advocate the death penalty for adulterers, blasphemers, incorrigible teenagers, gay people, "witches" and those who worship "false gods.
On the outside they are satanic, witch-loving blasphemers with vile contempt for all that is good.
His favorite targets are sinners and blasphemers, but righteousness is no shield; Gestas' work ethic is so potent that pretty much anybody is fair game.