Did you mayhaps mean interactional?
- adj. Between factions.
- inter- + factional (Wiktionary)
“Given Iraq's interfactional fighting between Sunni and Shia, I am surprised that India does not suffer from more violence rather than less.”
“Comparing Oaxaca to Iraq because of pictures of bound firemen for instance or assumptions that partisan accusations that an ice pick murder reflected interfactional violence were true on their face.”
“Beyond the interfactional violence, insurgent attacks continue to plague Iraq, including a roadside bomb that struck a minibus north of Baghdad today during the morning commute, killing at least four children and two women, the AP reports, citing Iraqi police.”
“But that wasn't the worst of what has happened in the past week in Lebanon, where scores of people have been killed in interfactional violence.”
“We can't rule out this is interfactional or intertribal fighting, however, right now the hallmarks do bear the signature of al Qaeda in Iraq.”
“We can't rule out the possibility that this is interfactional feuding between the insurgents and the Anbar tribes that America is working with.”
“And does there become interfactional fighting here?”
“Middle East; interfactional power-struggles; Turkish intervention.”
“It is on my radar because of the interfactional fighting it released - they were warned about this - and the continuing civilian death toll.”
“Living here in a small Democratic enclave in Central Redneckistan (with a local liberal / progressive community that is - in the long tradition of the Left - more interested in, and better at, interfactional disputes than actually putting forth any workable solutions and then actually working for them) has been difficult, but not as difficult as living in DC was.”
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