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separatist

, separationist
a. a person who advocates or practises secession from an organization or group
b. (as modifier): a separatist movement
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China's accusation of so-called separatism is a political excuse to suppress Uighurs who express differing opinions," Dilxat Raxit, a spokesman for the main Uighur exile group, the World Uyghur Congress, said in an emailed statement.
These leaders became the victims of the very separatism in the latter stage," the President said.
Larijani, for his part, said that the Syrian unrests are part of comprehensive Zionist plots for the region to provoke sectarian divide and separatism in the Muslim world.
Such minimal contribution is the accepted, by the church, self inflicted cost of separatism on religious grounds.
The military conveniently claims that documenting human rights violations in Papua is a front for separatism," Pearson said.
AaAa The RFK Center shoulders "a large share of responsibility for what happened to Aminatou Haidar, for having blindly supported her cause that advocates separatism and tribalism in the Moroccan Sahara," said the ACMP in a letter sent to Executive Director of the Center, Delanney Lynn.
The essays address such themes as cross-cultural protest, resistance to dominant white ideology, the importance to natives of land and land redress, literary and national sovereignty, cultural separatism, and cultural healing in an effort to understand the relationship between ideological representations of Native Americans and the consequences those representations have for their daily lives.
For what this kind of chief representative character of extremist Taiwan separatism has done, he should be spurned by all just people,'' Kong said.
The problem of separatism is one both northern and southern Baptists must confront.
And now there is a Scottish Parliament and a Welsh Assembly, the nationalists are running away from separatism and not a single party proposes going back.
The coexistence of westernization and Chinese nationalism among Chinese in San Francisco suggests the need t o go beyond dichotomous paradigms of assimilation versus separatism or settler versus sojourner by analyzing how Chinese in the United States developed flexible and multilayered identities in response to their historical and geographical contexts.
This unreasoning, divisive concept inflames group separatism, bigotry and envy.