Noun(1) the act of persecuting (especially on the basis of race or religion
(1) He was by no means the only man of letters of his time who had to submit to something like persecution .(2) The Israeli leadership does not need justification for further persecution .(3) his persecution at the hands of other students(4) Violence, war, poverty, unemployment, crime or persecution drive many others to escape.(5) her family fled religious persecution(6) Think about someone convicted by a kangaroo court with faceless judges moving to the UK to escape further persecution .(7) Under the 1996 laws, asylum seekers fleeing persecution are now held behind bars.(8) The basis for the modern State of Israel is the persecution of the Jewish people, which is undeniable.(9) No refugee would be able to flee from their country of persecution without first joining the mythical queue to apply for a protection visa.(10) They came mostly from areas of the Russian empire where religious persecution was common.(11) In the late 1990s, however, the Hazaras faced extreme persecution under the Taliban.(12) In the sixteenth chapter, Gibbon examinees the persecution of Christians by several Roman emperors.
(1) religious persecution :: erledigaeth grefyddol
1. oppression ::
4. ill-treatment ::
6. abuse ::
7. ill-usage ::
8. discrimination ::
9. tyranny ::
Different Formspersecution, persecutions
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