rejectionist


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rejectionist

(rɪˈdʒɛkʃənɪst)
n
1. a person who tends to reject the plans or proposals of others
2. an Arab person who rejects proposals of peace with Israel
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In fact many had questioned his appointment as negotiator, wondering why Anastasiades had chosen someone that belonged to the rejectionist camp -- he was one of President Papadopoulos' trusted lieutenants in the campaign against the Annan plan.
Yousef bin Ahmed Al-Othaimeen, expressed his strong condemnation of the suicide attacks, offering his condolences to the families of the victims, wishing a speedy recovery for the injured, reiterating the OIC's firm and rejectionist stance on terrorism and violent extremism in all its manifestations, whatever might be its justifications.
"Most of us have expressed absolute rejection against this decision, individually and collectively, but all sides are called forth to join one voice that echoes our rejectionist position," the Maronite Patriarch added, referring this cause to the international community for a fair solution.
A perverse consequence of the laudable progressive desire to be inclusive which, taken to an extreme, has resulted in "safe spaces" for every conceivable minority group is the exclusion of Jews at the behest of rejectionist Muslim voices who reject wholesale the existence of a Jewish state.
A concept that is so flexible lends credence to the rejectionist argument that it is so abstract to be meaningless.
Isis said the mall attacks targeted a gathering of "rejectionist heathens", their term for Shia Muslims.
A Republican bill has been tabled that calls for the deal to be scrapped and Republican majorities in the House and Senate are expected to back the bill, which would force US President Barack Obama to use his presidential veto on the rejectionist bill.
Let us remember that information is a rejectionist's strategic asset, and the media is its conduit.
This dangerous challenge, he added, "imposes responsibilities upon us, which require rapid action to help the Yemeni people in order to prevent the country from sliding into chaos or internal fighting, and threatening its unity and territorial safety." All parties in Yemen should realize that lack of legitimacy and rule of law, as well as rejectionist policy, will pave way for violence levels to intensify thus undermine stability and security of the region and the world, he said.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Ex-premier Nouri al-Maliki confirmed today his rejectionist stand on the formation of the new Iraqi government by newly appointed Iraqi Premier Haidar al-Ibadi.
Thus he takes an extreme stance against the participation of women in society and therefore he can be categorized as a hard-core rejectionist.
The report also highlights rejectionist policies of Bahraini political movements such as the Al Wefaq National Islamic Society for hindering progress in reforms.