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- n. Alternative spelling of dichotomization.
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- n. the act of dividing into two sharply different categories
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The Alliance executive stressed in a statement on Wednesday the summit of leaders should to take place before the interim constitution was finalised, "otherwise such a summit is going to be locked into the dichotomisation between support and opposition to the final constitutional draft".
The Freedom Alliance stresses that a summit of leaders must take place before the constitution is finalised, otherwise such summit is going to be locked into the dichotomisation between support and opposition to the final constitutional draft.
The dichotomisation of Palestinians on the one hand and Jews on the other is a false dichotomy introduced to the discourse by zionist ethnicisation (or you might say tribalisation) of the conflict.
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