extremist


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Synonyms for extremist

Synonyms for extremist

one who holds extreme views or advocates extreme measures

holding especially political views that deviate drastically and fundamentally from conventional or traditional beliefs

Synonyms for extremist

a person who holds extreme views

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(used of opinions and actions) far beyond the norm

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He said his endeavour is to teach Muslim youth how to rebuff extremists who try to recruit them at schools and in online chat rooms.
NEW Government legislation will include powers to put non-violent extremists who radicalise young people "out of action", David Cameron has said.
The Prime Minister announces Au5 million support for local initiatives, campaigns and charities to counter extremist ideologies.
Shah Mehmood said the extremists also tried to stop book launching ceremony of Khursheed Mehmood Qasuri and a show by Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali in India.
Mr Straw conceded that some Muslims' perceptions of British foreign policy may have been used as a tool for recruiting people to extremist organisations.
The extremists may be a minority on both sides, but they are loud.
To understand why it's a mistake to assume the worst, let's begin with the most persistent, Bush-fostered fear about post-occupation Iraq: that al-Qaeda or other Islamic extremists will seize control once America departs; or that al-Qaeda will establish a safe haven in a rump, lawless Sunnistan and use that territory as a base, much as it used Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
The main extremist concentrations are in London, Birmingham, with significant extremist networks in the South East, notably Luton.
BRITAIN's most dangerous al-Qaeda extremists are being moved to a special terror wing to boost security.
Through an examination of several such states, he finds that an inverse relationship exists between extremist influence and state strength, because fragile states foster environments that enhance the leverage of Islamist extremists versus moderates.
She said that Data Darbar attacks could be the reaction against PML-N's unfulfilled promises it had made with the extremist groups.
LABOUR has accused the Home Secretary Theresa May of political "point-scoring" after she claimed the previous Government was funding extremist organisations it should have been confronting.
Mrs May went on: "In trying to reach out to those at risk of radicalisation, funding sometimes even reached the very extremist organisations that Prevent should have been confronting.
She said the money went to "the very extremist organisations that Prevent should have been confronting".
He said he managed and supervised religious centers that enlighten youth and keep them distant from abnormal behaviors and extremist tendencies.