exclusionist


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ex·clu·sion·ist

 (ĭk-sklo͞o′zhə-nĭst)
n.
One that advocates the exclusion of another or others, as from having or exercising a right or privilege.

ex·clu′sion·ism n.
ex·clu′sion·ist, ex·clu′sion·is′tic adj.

exclusionist

(ɪkˈskluːʒənɪst)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly US denoting or relating to a policy of excluding various types of immigrants, imports, etc
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a supporter of a policy of exclusion
exˈclusionˌism n
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The exclusionist in religion does not see that he shuts the door of heaven on himself, in striving to shut out others.
For his part, Catholicos Aram I said that Syria has been a safe haven and sanctuary for those who fled the horrors of the Ottomans' massacres, and that the Syrian people have set a magnificent example of confronting dark mentality and terrorist and exclusionist projects by adhering to their national identity and to Syria's message of love, peace, and moderation.
Just as they failed in Rwanda 25 years ago, international organizations such as the UN have been rendered powerless in a world full of discord and rife with populists and exclusionist rhetoric.
Considering the rise of exclusionist forces across the globe dividing people on `them vs us' lines, interfaith harmony is an urgent contemporary challenge the world faces, he said.
Considering the rise of exclusionist forces across the globe dividing people on 'them vs us' lines, interfaith harmony is an urgent contemporary challenge the world faces, he said.
But some people did not stick to the legal regulations organizing assembly and demonstration and they effected a breach of the public order, effecting damage of properties and the ensuing results that some tried to bypass those demands and ride on the protests and tried to use them for achieving exclusionist agenda and disseminating the venoms of hatred, ignoring all the achievements scored by our nation and seeking to push our country into an unknown destiny.
The government of the day has embarked on reintroducing an exclusionist approach to sharing of national resources, " Mandera governor Ali Roba said.
In consequence, exclusionist and nationalist aspirations became more attractive alternatives to the electorate.
The absence of leadership and the breakdown of channels of communication with cadres and the grassroots have resulted in an exclusionist decision-making process when it came to fundamental issues.
But quite often, it also works in tandem with exclusionist and reactionary (or conservative) politics.
'Unlike the APC's exclusionist style, the PDP will run an all-inclusive economic system that guarantees an open market operation and returns a people-focused pricing regime.
Next to this, exclusionist perceptions of societal out-groups threatening the people's in-group have not been incorporated into the receiver side of populist communication.