Talibanization love

Definitions

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  • n. The process of converting something, especially a government or culture, into something based on the fundamentalist Islamic teachings of the Taliban

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Examples

  • In this complex neo-colonial scenario Pakistan's "Talibanization" - the current craze in Washington - looks and feels more like a diversionary scare tactic.

    Asia Times Online

  • So called Talibanization and Islamist violence has crippled the economy in NWFP, made tens of thousands of people unemployed and exacerbated the poverty that breeds fundamentalism and extremism.

    What's Fueling the Taliban's Insurgency

  • It's the war Pakistan has been fearing, what's been called Talibanization, homegrown radical Islamists turning on their own government, taking their fight from the tribal border region near Afghanistan, to deep inside Pakistan.

    CNN Transcript Mar 15, 2007

  • And some critics are worried about what they are calling the Talibanization of that country.

    CNN Transcript Apr 3, 2007

  • The Talibanization was a serious problem for the Pakistani government.

    CNN Transcript Sep 12, 2006

  • There will be no Talibanization, which is obscurantist thoughts or way of life -- no Talibanization.

    CNN Transcript Sep 22, 2006

  • It is secular and likes to speak out against the so-called Talibanization of the city, a jab at the Awami National Party, which represents the ethnic Pashtuns from the Taliban heartland in the northwest.

    The Guardian World News

  • It is secular and likes to speak out against the so-called Talibanization of the city, a jab at the Awami National Party, which represents the ethnic Pashtuns from the

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Holding banners against "Talibanization," the protesters called on the government to take tougher action.

    Retaking Daggar

  • Such "Talibanization" is a grim setback for a storied city that braced itself for revival when a secular Pashtun nationalist movement, the Awami National Party, won provincial elections last year, ousting a coalition of religious parties.

    Taliban's Reign of Fear Spreads in Pakistani City

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