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provoke or stir up

serve as the inciting cause of

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Whenever a clergyman comes to Iraq and preaches for virtue and good, we welcome him, but to interfere in Iraq's domestic and political affairs to instigate commotion, for sure he is not welcomed, whether he is al-Qaradawi or any other." She affirmed, "We are Iraqis and have to solve our problems by ourselves." Damalouji added that Iraqiya has direct contacts with most political blocs, such as the Kurdish Alliance, the Sadrist Trend, the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council and other patriotic forces; asserting that all these blocs have a genuine intention to establish peace and stability in Iraq and do not want to make crisis that do not serve any.
The statement affirmed that the Council is working at having the necessary measures prepared for taking legal action against the parties which instigate such practices.
An early champion of recruitment process outsourcing (a full-service staffing partnership that offers distinct advantages over traditional placement arrangements), Matt drove Instigate's transition from a recruitment consultancy to RPO service provider in 2004.
The conferees condemned terrorism, extremism and sectarian violence, pointing to the Riyadh Declaration in February 2005, which rejected all notions and thoughts that instigate hatred and violence and permit terrorist crimes.
Emirates remains totally committed to the A380, saying that fundamentally it promises to be a "superb aircraft." Emirates President Tim Clark urged Airbus to instigate program management changes quickly and refocus its energies on getting the program back on track.
Workplace incivility is often instigated by a supervisor or a superior, and males are more likely to instigate than females (Cortina et al., 2002; Pearson et al., 2000; 2001).
There is something to learn about Lee and his vision from each of the films, and Aftab is a perceptive writer who has deftly edited and crafted the director's comments to counter or to instigate remarks from a number of notables, including sharp reactions from several family members.
Evidence of animals sensing where people are looking and what they're seeing is interesting yet hardly new ("Monkey See, Monkey Think: Grape thefts instigate debate on primate's mind," SN: 3/12/05, p.
Their goal, rather, is to instigate a 'crisis of thinking' about children's services.
So what are we talking about, what violence did I instigate?"Cardiff's SAM HAMMAM with more to say to the BBC's Ray Stubbs
Then, form comes to 'embody' content, rather than instigate it.
But although her cooler waters have begun to chill El Nino's fever, La Nina is likely to instigate her own set of problems.
NNA - Lebanese Democratic Party's Media Bureau disclosed in a statement published Saturday morning, that one supporter of the Progressive Socialist Party had tried to instigate a fight with guards of minister Saleh al-Gharib in Al-Bsatin area.
According to a notification announcing the termination of services, Ahmed allegedly tried to instigate the police officers and his coworkers in clear violation of Pakistan Prison Rules.
Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu today reminded Malaysians not to instigate hostility to one another, especially in matters relating to religion and race to the extent of jeopardising the country's peace and security.