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“They were an anti-clerical lot, the Framers, even the clerics among them.”
“At university, bin Laden, who had been raised in the strict tradition of Saudi 'Salafist' Islamic practice known outside the kingdom as Wahhabism , was exposed to newer, more politicised and often anti-clerical religious doctrines.”
“It tells the story of the "whisky priest" on the run in a nameless southern Mexican state (Tabasco) during the anti-clerical purges of the 1930s.”
“This was the first openly anti-clerical comedy, touching, between the lines of its farce, on sexual abuse, alcoholism and corruption.”
“The main functions were to drink, read anti-clerical papers to each other, and dine extravagantly.”
“In addition, however, Adams was very anti-clerical.”
“We encounter battles between Italian patriots and Bonapartists, the temporal claims of the Catholic Church versus those of anti-clerical liberalism, the trumpet blasts of imperialism leading to the invasion of Libya in 1912, the totalitarianism of Mussolini's two-decade rule, and the conflicts that have raged since then.”
“It was once one of finest centres of intellectual inquiry in Europe, thanks to the efforts of its founder, the sternly anti-clerical philosopher Jeremy Bentham.”
“In Mesbah Yazdi's vernacular, a "freemason" is an anti-clerical person.”
“Greene liked to find unusual names – Bendrix, Querry – for his protagonists, so his refusal to name the alcoholic Mexican priest on the run from the anti-clerical authorities is significant.”
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