countercampaign

countercampaign

(ˌkaʊntəkæmˈpeɪn)
n
a campaign responding to another campaign
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They should do exactly the opposite of what the jihadists are preaching, like hatred and death to Christians, by waging a countercampaign of love toward Christians and embracing them as brothers and sisters in faith before Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim to Muslims), the father of the Islam and Christian religions.
we] have decided to come up with a countercampaign that sponsors discount offers from Lebanese hotels," Secretary-General of Hotel Owners in Lebanon Wadih Kanaan was quoted as saying by the state-run National News Agency.
The countercampaign to defend the serial continued online in fan forums and in surveys conducted by two leading newspapers, Hurriyet and Milliyet.
16) The Federal Republic, in turn, launched a countercampaign to limit the political fallout of the trial.
Gartner's Collins says, "If I'm in that organization with 60 spreadsheets and my competitor launches a campaign, I'd love to respond with a countercampaign, but I can't because I can't find the funding.
By August 1993, Bangladeshi trade unions and NGOs were calling for a countercampaign by local civil society organizations.
Rothenbach said his organization has little means to launch a countercampaign, other than to speak at council meetings and write op-ed pieces to the newspapers.
And for more music to the ears--the Indigo Girls have joined The National Coalition for Women Against Tobacco, a collective of 25 women's organizations founded by the American Medical Women's Association, in launching the nation's biggest countercampaign against the tobacco industry.
Liberal Protestants attempted to mount a countercampaign for religious tolerance.
The producers have mounted their own small-scale countercampaign, using direct mail and the media to encourage supporters of It's Elementary to contact their local public TV stations to request the film, which is being offered by San Francisco station KQED through American Public Television.
While mass media promote the ideal of the long-legged blond to little girls, there is also a co-existing countercampaign embodied by what Steinberg calls the "Gothic kids," who have pierced navels, spiked hair, and drab clothes.
The union-organizing drive sparked a countercampaign designed for the hospital by Clifton, Budd and DeMaria, a New York City law firm that Local 1199 says is "notorious for its attempts to thwart the right of working people to join labor unions nationwide.