ethnosectarian love

Definitions

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  • adj. Describing something that is both sectarian and specific to ethnic identities.

Etymologies

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From ethno- + sectarian.

Examples

  • He ended the meeting with his prediction of an elected coalition that represents all the ethnosectarian divisions of Iraq.

    We Should Share the Iraqi's Delight in Their Progress

  • And, General, there is no excuse anywhere on earth for a stillborn monster like “ethnosectarian conflict, ” as Jon Stewart so hilariously pointed out. '

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Memo to Petraeus & Crocker: More Laughs, Please

  • And, General, there is no excuse anywhere on earth for a stillborn monster like “ethnosectarian conflict, ” as Jon Stewart so hilariously pointed out.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Memo to Petraeus & Crocker: More Laughs, Please

  • Iraqi deaths due to ethnosectarian violence have declined by approximately 80% over the past year.

    Biden Wanted to Break Up Iraq

  • If the violence gets worse, the report concludes, three sulfurous possibilities loom: chaos leading to partition, the emergence of a Shiite strongman or anarchy “mixing extreme ethnosectarian violence with debilitating intragroup clashes.”

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • HEGSETH: General Petraeus came back and gave the facts on the ground: ethnosectarian violence down 80 percent in Baghdad, violence down throughout Iraq all over the place.

    CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2007

  • Nonetheless, this report says that the term "civil war" accurately describes key elements of the Iraqi conflict, including the hardening of ethnosectarian identities, a sea change in the character of the violence, ethnosectarian mobilization and population displacement.

    CNN Transcript Feb 2, 2007

  • Particularly likely to do so are those who were not allowed to vote and continue to be ruled by another ethnosectarian group (notably Kirkuk's Arab community).

    Foreign Policy

  • Iraq, unfortunately, will continue to suffer from the ethnosectarian cleavages and resource curses that have plagued it since its birth.

    FP Passport

  • This is why democracy is important, even when other liberal institutions are absent or in their infancy - democracy is not just about the holding of elections, but the evolution of common goals across ethnosectarian lines and the assigning of blame / credit for failure / success in the pursuit of those goals.

    Dean's World

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