Nine decades after the 1929 Hebron jihad carnage of Jews, celebrated then by the Soviet Communist movement , he annihilationist
Jew-hatred of the Jihadist/Green-Marxist/Red alliance lives on, embodied now by Tlaib and Omar.
Studies by Christopher Browning, Daniel Goldhagen, and Saul Fridelander--among many others--have sought to explain the local dy-namics and the broad ideological drives that coalesced into an unprecedented systematization of continent-wide annihilationist
In chapter 2 Hobgood argues that audiences of The Spanish Tragedy helped to produce the 'Genre-effect' of Revenge Tragedy, which she construes as assuaging 'annihilationist
fears' by immortalizing the protagonist (77).
Rather, contemporary science is uncompromisingly annihilationist
(as understood here), and by implication, so is the account of samvega presented in this article.
Once again Goldhagen concentrates on leadership, for mass murder became the preferred option only when "Hutu leaders decided that it should." (7) In a chilling description of Hutu failed leadership, he argues, "From 1990 to 1993 on a sporadic and clearly preparatory scale with Hutu perpetrating at least seventeen trial massacres, and then in 1994, when the opportunity finally seemed propitious, [the genocide occurred] in the intended final comprehensive annihilationist
Maritain's solution is also a better alternative than the annihilationist
In their book "ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror," Hassan Hassan and Michael Weiss write that ISIS leader Abu Bakir al-Baghdadi has so far demonstrated annihilationist
intentions towards the Shia.
This tendency was expressed in a plethora of anti-Zionist movies and literature that highlighted the alleged collaboration between Zionists and Nazis (1) and either denied the Holocaust altogether or, once again, minimized the Nazi annihilationist
policy toward the Jews by stressing the "Fascist atrocities" toward the "peaceful Soviet civilians" for example in Elem Klimov's film Idi i Smotri (1985).
The Rajapaksas are taking the same annihilationist
(18) He railed against Modernity, or Western Modernity, seeing it as erroneous and vindicating its destructive and annihilationist
character by looking at its greatest catastrophe: the Second World War.
(14) As it turns out, Lancaster, whose background was Seventh-day Adventist, was an annihilationist
who rejected the doctrine of the Trinity.
It's also the increasingly menacing annihilationist
threats emanating from Iran's leaders.