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words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another

an abusive attack on a person's character or good name

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Andrew North West constituency in the general election scheduled for next year, told a public meeting that her opponent and NDC candidate, Phillip Alexander, had slandered here during a party meeting that was also carried live on Facebook.
BEIRUT: Local daily Al-Akhbar was ordered Tuesday to pay a symbolic LL1,000 in damages to both the American University of Beirut and the Lebanese Forces, after the newspaper was found to have slandered these parties in two separate cases.
One might also suggest that these treatises were reactions to personal attacks, written on the spur of the moment, when the authors were guided by anger and bitterness at being slandered, and that the very nature of slander, which grows from being repeated, convinced them not to engage with explicit contemporary facts and allegations.
the complainant claims to have been slandered on a Friday, which is a weekend.
The prosecution on Monday listened to a statement from the complainant who belongs to the slandered sect.
The report also states that the government's efforts to "bring journalists into line" even reached as far as the USA, mentioning Erdoy-an's demand for an investigation into Tolga TanyE-, a Turkish journalist based in Washington, over whether he had slandered against Erdoy-an in a book.
Exalted are You, (O Allah); this is a great slander?'" (Quran 24:16) Backbiting and slander defined: Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) once asked: "Do you know what backbiting is?" His Companions (may Allah be pleased with them) replied: "Allah and His Messenger know best." He then said: "It is to say something about your brother that he would dislike." Someone asked: "But what if what is said is true?" The Messenger of Allah replied: "If what you say about him is true, then you have backbitten him, but if it is not true then you have slandered him." (Muslim) Islam is a religion of peace, love and compassion.
Now, Wayne Barry Montgomery, the attorney who represented the slandered teacher, and Melvin R.