antireligion

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antireligion

(ˌæntɪrɪˈlɪdʒən)
adj
opposed to religion
n
the opposition to religion
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We must not let our opponents' false claim that we are "anti-religion" continue to cost us support or scare our allies away from proudly standing with us.
Those who refer to Hindutva as terrorism are anti-nationals, anti-Army and anti-religion. These anti-Hindutva and anti-society people should be concerned about their end," Pragya told reporters here.
While discussing the Enlightenment, there is a tendency among intelligentsia from both secular and religious persuasions to present it as an anti-religion movement.
Moreover, it should also be wary of anyone trying to appease extremists out of fear of being labelled anti-religion.
Factual, historical, and legal articles on the secular founding, secular constitution, and secular government of the United States provoke irrational overreactions from regressive religionists falsely claiming secularism is "anti-religion." Not so.
This required that he should not say anything that might be deemed to deal in "racism, sexism, classism, ageism, ableism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia, anti-religion or anti-atheism.
"By signing this contract, you are agreeing to our no-tolerance policy with regard to racism, sexism, classism, ageism, ableism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia, or anti-religion or anti-atheism" - A list of banned subjects presented by students to comedian Konstantin Klein who has withdrawn from a charity event as a result.
They will, however, not be entitled to buy textbooks, obscene/pornographic literature, anti-state and anti-religion material, magazines and periodicals under the scheme he said.
State policemen in China are said to carry anti-religion banners and conduct anti-religion campaigns.
The body was apprised that the role of PTA was to monitor, control and remove unethical, anti-religion and blasphemous content under law.
Without using the word secular (due to the misconception about secularism an anti-religion political system), Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah guaranteed that the followers of different faiths would be equal citizens of Pakistan.
He warned that the seculars and liberals had jeopardized the Islamic identity of Pakistan and the only way to get rid of anti-religion powers is to bring religious people forth.