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Political analyst Saeed Leilaz called the rebuke "unprecedented" and said it "clearly means that Khamenei doesn't insist that Ahmadinejad deserves to remain as president.
Three days after the rebuke from Interpol, Mortazavi announced that Iran would send the names of additional Israelis to Interpol and would send more names in the future as Iran's investigation of Israeli war crimes continues.
Many conservatives are already so openly disgusted with the behavior of House Republicans--the spending, the corruption, the failure to stand up to the White House on civil liberties and separation of powers--that it will be hard for any Republican leader to credibly argue that a midterm loss is anything but a rebuke for that same behavior.
Any rebuke should be given out of affection and respect and done in a caring and loving way.
But the rebuke is thought to be unprecedented and Conservatives drew parallels with the resignation of Beverley Hughes.
Difficult in itself, and intricately though critically indebted to Proclus' commentary (in part directly and in part perhaps in Moerbeke's Latin version), it also contained a rebuke of Pico della Mirandola.
It is uncommon for diocesan bishops to publicly rebuke their superiors.
But even this mild rebuke enraged supporters of the Sharon government, Democrat and Republican alike, especially after Hamas retaliated with a suicide bomber on a Jerusalem bus, a grotesque bit of terrorism that killed seventeen Israelis and wounded 100 more.
Deputies from the opposition parties accused Fox of violating the Constitution and initially sought to force him take the oath again, but settled for a rebuke instead.
Yesterday Scots Secretary John Reid issued a thinly veiled rebuke over the outburst.
Are you an e-mail fanatic, sending nd receiving forwarded messages no matter how vehemently your friends rebuke you?
NEW YORK & SEOUL, Korea -- In an unusual ruling that dealt a harsh rebuke to management of Gravity Co.
Synopsis: "Washington's Rebuke to Bigotry: Reflections on Our First President's Famous 1790 Letter to the Hebrew Congregation In Newport, Rhode Island" from Facing History and Ourselves" (an international educational and professional development organization whose mission is to engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry) is a reprint with commentary of George Washington's 1790 Letter to the Hebrew Congregation in Newport, Rhode Island.
A rebuke from a morally and politically corrupt regime such as Netanyahu's, should be considered a badge of honour.
The rebuke was a rare resolution of disapproval pushed through by Democrats who insisted that Wilson had violated basic rules of decorum and civility.