hate speech

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hate speech

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

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


n.
speech that attacks a person or group on the basis of race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
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"The Government must take action against the hate propaganda targeting Muslim communities that is being spread through unregulated media and is instigating ethno-religious tension for political gain.
"We urge you to say no to those who are bent on undermining the peace process by engaging in hate propaganda and inciting violence.
SMBLF said it feared seriously that the proposed radio would become a weapon of spreading hate propaganda against other nationalities in Nigeria given the kid gloves treatment with which the Buhari administration had handled the killings of thousands of Nigerians in the last four years.
The Report adds, "Incitement to hatred and hate propaganda against Christians in some states, and by state sponsored media and social media, especially in Iran, Iraq and Turkey, have escalated.
The irony is the song which al-Sheikh wrote is filled with hate speech and hate propaganda against Qatar, though he chairs the federation which has the mission of "increase[ing] co-operation between the Islamic countries through sports".
Petit pays thus moves from the personal to national and international political tensions, with Gabriel's parents' breakup presaging the civil war that would tear Burundi apart and that continues to this day, with its summary trials of human-rights activists, hate propaganda, and ideological signposts that characterize genocides.
'Sadly, many are easily attracted to, and influenced by, corruption, instant gratification and hate propaganda, which carry a lot of (fake) energy with it,' Amador said.
A separate report on Pakistani media listed 3,936 news items and 532 editorial pieces from Pakistan's Urdu-language media that contained "hate propaganda" against the Ahmedi community."There is need for the government in Pakistan to take formidable steps to remove religious discrimination from the country and thus put an end to sectarianism and biased attitudes of the population," community spokesman Saleemuddin said.
In a statement, the embassy said British police has been working with an extensive investigation into the group behind such hate propaganda in British society.
"Your role should be one of 'peacemakers' and, if you want to make a political statement, then have the decency to speak out about the whole story--not just the lies and hate propaganda."
India continues to suffer itself owing to its narrow nationalism and hate propaganda.
'There are also those who are pushing out hate propaganda. One wonders whether the violence that results and continues