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Synonyms for instigative

arousing to action or rebellion

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The Lawyers while observing Black Day on 12-05-2014 will hoist Black Flags at offices of their respective Bar Associations and would also hold protest meetings to strongly condemn the instigative conduct of the Government of that time for letting the tragic incident to happen and inaction of successive Governments to hold high level inquiry for fixing responsibility and bringing the culprits to book and awarding them punishment under the law.
The 2014 winner of the prize was the Turkish instigative journalist Ahmet Sik, who was reportedly arrested in 2011 on charges of being linked to an alleged terrorist organization.
Doha has also pledged to stop its direct and indirect support of instigative networks, whether based in Qatar or abroad.
The paper said such instigative acts are sending warning signals of an imminent explosion of the fragile situation in the region.
The Parliament Speaker called for including the clergymen who issue instigative fatwas against other religions in the lists of world terrorism and bringing them to justice, urging countries, publishing centers to prevent circulation, printing books which market for the takfiri thoughts.
Protest over Article 23 had to do with stipulations within it that (1) any branch of an organization that was part of an organization banned by the central government of the PRC could also be banned in Hong Kong, (2) any speech deemed as instigative could be regarded as illegal and grounds for imprisonment, and (3) police would be allowed to enter residential buildings without court warrants.
Germany and Russia are successful nationalistic states and they can afford to abandon the mention of nationality in recalling tragedies of the past--in which they often played instigative roles--because their presence on the European continent is unlikely to be contested.
May be you don't know him, and only heard from FORUM instigative and negative onslaught against him in London.
The Lawyers while observing Black Day tomorrow will hoist Black Flags at offices of their respective Bar Associations and would also hold protest meetings to strongly condemn the instigative conduct of then Government for letting the tragic incident to happen and inaction of successive Governments to hold high level inquiry for fixing responsibility and bringing the culprits to book and awarding them punishment under the law.
Shenouda, who for many years represented a gravity center for the Copts, was always able to establish balance within the Church, managed the relations with the state while exerting pressures on it without using violence or an instigative political or sectarian rhetoric and always settled for abstinence as a way to express his anger toward the state's policies or the events targeting the Copts, disappeared at a turning point and during a critical stage in which the Copts fear over their future and rights.
The reader would have liked to see more done with the Waldensians, who were also known as "The Poor Men of Lyon," to explore the instigative impact of such marginal, heretical groups on the mainstream Church of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries (182).
The Palestinian cause is exploited by Al-Qaeda in its instigative discourse as an outside factor that exists in the region.
This is a good list, replete with instigative power for the undergraduate.
Indeed, North Korea has already achieved its goal of nuclear weaponization with potentially dozens of nuclear weapons in its arsenal--a feat it has accomplished over not just a few uncomfortable and arguably instigative years as an "axis of evil" but through decades of persistent development.
If their speeches are seditious and instigative and can spark racial clashes, legal action will be taken against them,'' he warned.