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Synonyms for blaspheme



Synonyms for blaspheme

to use profane or obscene language

Synonyms for blaspheme

utter obscenities or profanities

speak of in an irreverent or impious manner

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Ghazi Ilm Din had killed a blasphemer when British courts were unable to punish him for writing a hate-mongering and blasphemous book.
It has built a cult around a man who assassinated a provincial governor for religious reasons, believes blasphemers should be executed and crusaded against Ahmedis, a small religious minority that follows a later prophet," Constable wrote.
The message of all the protestors is to kill the blasphemer.
And the Old Testament does not equivocate on the capital punishment that awaits blasphemers.
Addressing a press conference, Jamshaid Dasti said that blasphemers should be given examplery punished so that nobody would dare to do such like acts in future.
He added that punishing a blasphemer was a religious duty enjoined on everyone.
HAFIZABAD -- Nazim-e-Aala Almi Tanzeem-e-Ahle Sunnat Pakistan Allam Ziaullah Qadri stressed the need for making the Blasphemy Act more affective and regretted that no blasphemer in the country had so far been convicted under section 295-C PPC.
Now we greet the blasphemers with applause and multi-million dollar book deals.
The Al-Qaeda-inspired rival of the Nusra Front, ISIS, has regularly carried out executions of people it labels as apostates and blasphemers, but usually employs beheading as its preferred form of execution.
Blasphemers & Blackguards: The Irish Hellfire Clubs
Once an accusation is made it is difficult to reverse, partly because law enforcement officials and politicians do not want to be seen as being soft on blasphemers.
Blasphemers & blackguards; the Irish Hellfire Clubs.
Ahmadiyah, unlike mainstream Muslims, do not believe Mohammed was the last prophet and are regarded as heretics and blasphemers by conservatives in places like Indonesia and Pakistan.
Dealings with God: From Blasphemers in Early Modern Zurich to a Cultural History of Religiousness.
Nash's chronology serves him well in his discussion of the changing sociology of blasphemers in Ch.