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hate speech

n.
Bigoted speech attacking or disparaging a social group or a member of such a group.

hate speech

n
(Sociology) speech disparaging a racial, sexual, or ethnic group or a member of such a group

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n.
speech that attacks a person or group on the basis of race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
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KARACHI -- Although the youths growing inclination towards extremism and terrorism is widely believed to have a direct link with hate literature and poverty, at least three young men from Karachi have had other reasons, which pushed them towards radicalization.
Moreover, in compliance to the directives of Sindh chief minister zero tolerance would be adopted towards misuse of loudspeakers, wall chalking and spread of hate literature.
Curbing the spread hate literature and propagation of sectarian hatred is part of a National Action Plan against terrorism and extremism launched early this year.
The police recovered ammunitions, weapons, explosives and prohibited hate literature from the house.
They condemn the spread of hate literature about Muslims, attacks on mosques and legal campaigns that would limit the ability of American Muslims to freely practice their religion.
The order followed an intelligence report of December 13 identifying some publishers in the region who were printing and circulating hate literature, reports The Express Tribune.
hate literature or hate websites) which, outside the university, would inflame passions, make us uncomfortable and worse.
The website for her group is filled with anti-Islam hate literature containing claims such as, "It is not 'fanatical', 'radical', or 'extreme' Islam that we are fighting, but normal, orthodox, canonical, typical, accepted, traditional Islam, straight from the mouth of the Muhammad.
Second, we look forward to new legislation that will a) define hate literature much more restrictively and b) leave it to federal Courts to interpret that legislation.
The hate literature spawned by the Indian terrorist groups are full of the anti-Hindu venom that is encouraged by organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba, with its haven in Pakistan.
We have seized hate literature in books and CDs," Ahmed said.
Now imprisoned in Germany, Zundel continues to write and publish works of hate literature and his "Zundelsite" remains active.