ethnocide


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ethnocide

(ˈɛθnəʊˌsaɪd)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) the extermination of a race
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The Bioarchaeology of Collapse: Ethnogenesis and Ethnocide in Post-Imperial Andahuaylas, Peru (AD 900-1250).
Manfred Pfister, for instance, in a study of the Sonnets, gives examples of prisoners around the world who read and translated Shakespeare's Sonnets during confinement--he mentions, among others, the Serbian physician, psychiatrist, and ethnocide Radovan Karadzic, the so-called "Butcher of Bosnia" who asked for a copy of the poems while awaiting trial in the Hague for war crimes.
Lemarchand, Rene (1994), Burundi: Ethnocide as Discourse and Practice.
And if God could tolerate the ethnocide and cleansing of the "red Indians" (The philistines and Canaanites of the Americas) then how could He be reluctant to support the genocide of the "real" Palestinians?
We base our ideals on the reality of climate change, the water crisis, the irreversible extinction of biodiversity and ethnocide of indigenous peoples.
They obscure how and why the development of republicanism, liberalism, and democracy in the West emerged in conjunction with slavery, ethnocide, and racism.
what must be possible, no, certain, is that the ethnocide of the palestinians in gaza must cease once and for all.
L'armee francaise a commis un ethnocide durant sa campagne de colonisation de l'Algerie, a declare, hier, l'historien et enseignant universitaire, le Dr Lahcene Zeghidi.
See Alison Palmer, Ethnocide in, GENOCIDE in Our Time 1 (Michael N.