inhumaneness


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Noun1.inhumaneness - the quality of lacking compassion or consideration for others
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
atrociousness, atrocity, barbarity, barbarousness, heinousness - the quality of being shockingly cruel and inhumane
unmercifulness, mercilessness - inhumaneness evidenced by an unwillingness to be kind or forgiving
humaneness - the quality of compassion or consideration for others (people or animals)
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inhumaneness

nInhumanität f; (of treatment, housing)Menschenunwürdigkeit f
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We did not hear Mr Keter complain about the inhumaneness then as we are hearing now.
History wont forget the inhumaneness of Indian Army either, he said.
It appears that some Pentecostals have "yet to consciously problematize, deeply reflect and agonise over their role and status as perpetrators" (44) of injustice against sexual minorities, some of whom have not only experienced discrimination but inhumaneness, violence, and imprisonment.
Due to his carefully constructed persona as a divine leader, Voldemort's inhumaneness initially avoids questions of his past or background, but information regarding both is slowly leaked to Harry.
Carhart, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy recognized the inhumaneness of dismembering the unborn: "The fetus, in many cases, dies just as a human adult or child would; it bleeds to death as it is torn limb from limb."
That was the beginning of indecency, tyranny, and inhumaneness under the ideology of economic development and growth.
Netanyahu's current right-wing government officials are by no means short of exacting utter cruelty in inhumaneness, and the reality is that this behavior is rooted in a political past.
Killing of Mohammad Akhlaq for slaughtering of cow in village Bisada, painting the face of Kulkarni, banning beef in Kashmir and all over India, ruthlessly beating of two innocent young Muslims boys in Mumbai, disrespecting Sikhs' Holly book "Sri Guru Granth Sahib", killing two Sikh protesters outside the historical Sikh shrine at village Bargari of Faridkot district, inhumaneness against Kashmiris, Maoists and Christians in Orissa are some of naked examples of state sponsored terrorism against minorities.
The inhumaneness of ISIS has also made its enemies more determined to fight back, as we apparently saw when the group tried to take control of the Deir al-Zor military base last December.
Earlier this year, the slaughter sparked renewed global criticism after US ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy tweeted her concern at the "inhumaneness" of the hunt.
The annual dolphin catch sparked renewed global criticism after newly arrived US ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy tweeted her concern earlier in January at the "inhumaneness" of the hunt.
This equation, even if we put aside its inhumaneness and disregard for the fate of the Syrians, remains short-sighted, particularly when the U.S embraces it, being the world's foremost country where internal and external concerns overlap.