Even though Bakkar showed some independence on this occasion, he later came down in favor of Ibn Tulun, by ruling that the aman (safe-conduct) that had been offered to al-'Abbas's companions, the supposed fomenters
of the rebellion, was not valid.
Indeed, the founders viewed parties as dangerous fomenters
Those few who resisted Sambo-ism, according to Elkins, became the fomenters
of rebellion, such as Gabriel, Denmark Vesey, and Nat Turner.
Political animosity toward Iraqis, Palestinians and other fomenters
of anti-Semitic and anti-Israel attitudes all played a part.
It bespeaks prolific violence that suffocates speech, depleting it of any national consequence, so that the fomenters
and cementers of canons cannot hear or see its relevance.
One way to do this is to use bioreactors and fomenters
in which the flow rate of nutrients can be kept constant for a specific period of time.
They are the true Iagos in the script, the whisperers and fomenters
who make certain that things go from bad to worse.
The chief fomenters
of this impulse have been an interconnected band of scientists in government and thinkers and publicists in think tanks and in the media who have pushed hard for nuclear weapons.
These obscurantists - princes, popes, Jews, but especially "mendicant tyrants" - Erasmus tended to typify as fomenters
of evil, entrapping the populace in superstitious ceremony rather than liberating them spiritually.