Islamise


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Islamise


Past participle: Islamised
Gerund: Islamising

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.Islamise - cause to conform to Islamic law; "Islamize the dietary laws"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
2.Islamise - convert to Islam; "The Mughals Islamized much of Northern India in the 16th century"
convert - cause to adopt a new or different faith; "The missionaries converted the Indian population"
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of an effort to "Islamise Cyprus by building mosques and cultivating fanaticism" and said it had taken on "uncontrollable dimensions."
The leaders also faulted Enang on the assurance he gave that Ruga policy was not intended to Islamise, Fulanise or colonise the country.
There is no denying the fact that propositions of including Arabic language in the curriculum is primarily seeking to Islamise the population.
Introducing the Arabic-language in French schools was welcomed by Arab families who will not worry about children getting to learn their mother-tongue anymore.The conservative and far-right political forces on the other hand strongly criticized the government accusing it of planning to "Islamise" and "Arabize" France.
The two schools were among five in Birmingham placed in special measures in 2014 following snap inspections by Ofsted, sparked by allegations of a plot to Islamise non-faith schools.
A panel said that while their push to Islamise pupils' education was "in no way extremist", the children were "not being prepared for life in modern Britain".
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday prepared for the challenge of leading Turkey into his promised "new era" as a strongman president following his election win, as his party began to set up the transfer of power.As premier since 2003, Erdogan has sought to modernise Turkey and take a more assertive position on the global stage but is seen by opponents as an increasingly authoritarian figure with a desire to Islamise Turkish society.He is now to become the country's first ever directly elected president after Sunday's election win, with his inauguration set for August 28.
Mr Hughes also insisted: "There is no plot to "Islamise" Park View, nor did the Ofsted inspection or EFA review find any evidence of such."
The Egyptian authorities and the media, so far, have not made any objections about the Salafist movement, although it does have almost the same policies as the Muslim Brotherhood movement: to gain power and Islamise society.
Liberal opposition groups claim Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood are trying to monopolise power, throttle dissent and Islamise what is otherwise a diverse society.
Condition de la femme, rapport a la religion: Sevi, comme nombre de ses camarades de lutte, s'est sentie visee par le discours islamise du leader turc.
Egypt's intellectuals accuse the once-banned Brotherhood of seeking to "Islamise" the national culture and spurning art, claims denied by the group from which President Mohammad Mursi hails.