He referred to the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC)'s September missile strikes against the headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party -- Iran (KDP-I) terrorist group in the Iraqi Kurdistan region, and said, "The recent missile response to the actions of a terrorist group which fomented
insecurity (in Iran) and are stationed in the Iraqi Kurdistan region is an approach which will be used in response to any threat."
'She always foments
trouble with members of my family, 'he said.
He went on to say the referendum was a plot to foment
insecurity inside Iran.
Inaccurate and distorted rhetoric posted online has fomented
hatred where the courts have become preoccupied with libel suits, he said.
Putin has denied Ukraine's allegations that Russia has sent its special forces to foment
the mutiny in the east.
Two attacks by Roma on members of the majority white community in recent months have sparked the tensions, which have roots in unemployment, rising crime and failed long-term plans to foment
Roma inclusion, the report said.
The meeting took note of intelligence reports that suggested certain elements from Pakistan were trying to foment
trouble in the Valley.
Interim authorities have accused his uncle, who was ousted in a violent revolt in April, of hiring "provocateurs" to foment
clashes that killed hundreds and displaced more than 100,000.
The initial intent was to foment
a community feeling among the students.
It has now produced a completely avoidable legal action which is producing splendid publicity for Michael Savage." Ms Smith said: "Where people preach hate, where they foment
hatred in the way in which has happened here, where they provoke others to serious violence where they use phrases in relation to somebody who on his radio programme said he was gay: 'You should only get Aids and die, you pig' it is right we should express our view.