Examples of nonviolence in a Sentence
Demonstration organizers are urging nonviolence.
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The Trump administration is probably not going to be a great time for Americans who cherish the values of civil society, social justice, and nonviolence.
Farah, a social worker in Ramallah, is dedicated to nonviolence yet sympathetic to the violent struggle.
The Trump administration has stressed the importance of committing to nonviolence.
Although its structure remains hazy, experts believe Hasm is led by Muslim Brotherhood members who, angered by Mr. Sisi’s harsh crackdown since 2013, have abandoned the movement’s policy of nonviolence.
Their faith stresses nonviolence and respect for all creatures and encourages adherents to refrain from smoking, drinking and drugs.
After leading an exercise in nonviolence training in 1969, where a group was taught how to appropriately conduct themselves in the face of police or potentially dangerous situations, Rev. Appel was brought to trial on charges of incitement.
Within that context, the wall appears to deal with the problem of redeeming the souls of warriors who fought for an empire whose official faith at the time was Buddhism, which preaches nonviolence.
Ahimsa was a principle of nonviolence at a time when conflicts were generally solved through war.
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