- n. Plural form of extremist.
“For instance, when a massive jihadist plot to blow up ten airliners over the Atlantic and kill thousands was foiled in 2006, then-chief of homeland security Michael Chertoff briefed his agency using only the word extremists to describe the plotters—no mention of Islam.”
“DOBBS: President Bush said it's in the United States 'interest to help Iraq defeat what he called extremists and radicals.”
“BLITZER: The Democrats are all blaming what they call extremists in the Republican Party.”
“ARENA: But Mueller did say agents have identified and are monitoring what he called extremists living in the United States.”
“And so the government is taking quite a lot of comfort in that, while at the same time knowing that there's a certain sector of this population, what they call extremists, who do support the Taliban.”
“Askutri said his men took the arms to stop them being used by Gaddafi loyalists or what he described as extremists.”
“The connections between PAN and right wing Catholic extremists is not a recent thing.”
“The day that Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation caves to political extremists is the day that half of this country drops their support for their work.”
“Condemning and acting out against a whole population because of extremists is as ridiculous as condemning all white people because of Timothy McVeigh, or Jeffrey Dahmer or John Gacy.”
““What term does the radical right wing extremists from the American Taliban use?””
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