bogus

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In the North-east it is estimated that pounds 20m every year is bogusly claimed - enough to pay for around 860 nurses.
2) In Kubaniyat Im Haroun, a protracted legal battle ended in September 2010 after Israel's High Court ruled for settlers, bogusly claiming pre-1948 ownership of Palestinian land.
Mr Grenfell accused Haase of supplying worthless information, or revealing caches his associates, including a man nicknamed Hamster, bogusly "bought and placed".
By bogusly declaring "state land," resulting in the theft of about 16% of the West Bank, mostly from 1979 - 1992, but the process remains ongoing.
So though designated foods, housewares, writing implements, mattresses and toys can enter, cement and shoes (among hundreds of other non-military items) remain banned, Israel bogusly calling them "dual use," meaning materials potentially for violence and conflict.
com is one, a pro-Israeli front group, calling them terrorists like the PLO under Arafat, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), Hamas, and others like them - resistance groups struggling for liberation, not bogusly labeled terrorists.
Israel bogusly claims the Infiltration Prevention Bill won't alter its Refugee Convention obligations.
Israel violated the Declaration by bogusly declaring Arab nations "enemy states," a label applied solely to them.
She knew the risk, but did it fearlessly and courageously until bogusly indicted on April 9, 2002 for:
In a December 2008 article, this writer explained that the Texas-based Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLF) was the largest American Muslim charity until the Bush administration bogusly declared it an enemy of the state and shut it down.