radicalize


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make more radical in social or political outlook

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An absurd propaganda is being pushed for that says: 'unless you admit us, we are going to radicalize.
Clinton should have remembered from his Vietnam years and Gore from writing his now-debased environmental book that the last people you want to radicalize in the United States are ordinary families.
Few days ago, Rafiz Aliti perceived himself as a factor that can radicalize the situation and destabilize the country.
This would catalyze and radicalize the rebellion, leading to an ever-escalating series of rebellions and official reprisals--just as V anticipated and desired.
Successive administrations went further in arming and training and inadvertently helping to radicalize elements of what would become Al Qaeda.
In his prepared opening remarks, obtained by The Associated Press, King said Al-Shabaab is "engaged in an ongoing, successful effort to recruit and radicalize dozens of Muslim-American jihadis, who pose a direct threat to the U.
As he tracks the various regimes and protests he detects a pattern and asserts that regime liberalization organizes civil society and that acts of state-sponsored repression radicalize society.
Gerovski says that this government could radicalize the relations with Kosovo which could directly affect Macedonia that is still not a NATO member.
This makes it easier for Islamists to radicalize their fellow inmates.
In a statement issued here today, the provincial Minister maintained that continuity of leadership at the military level will ensure final victory against the rough elements who are out to radicalize the whole society.
Critics fear the ex-prisoners will radicalize German Muslims, who make up 5 per cent of the country's population.
BDI leader Ali Ahmeti said Monday that Albanians in Macedonia would not radicalize themselves if the name issue was not resolved soon.
Alienated young Muslims, with no attachment to the larger community, are finding refuge in mosques used by militants to radicalize and mobilize street revolutionaries.
According to the report, Dutch Ruppersberger, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, told reporters that she is a person of interest to see if she helped radicalize her son, or had contacts with other people or other terrorist groups.
A second part of this strategic reorientation involves a simultaneous effort to subvert and radicalize the OPEC nations of the Middle East and draw them into an anti-American, Moscow-directed front headed by Russia's terror partner Iran.