- pros·e·ly·tize. verb \ˈprä-s(ə-)lə-ˌtīz\. pros·e·ly·tizedpros·e·ly·tiz·ing.
- CHALLENGE EUROPE - European Policy Centre
- Sep 11, 2014 traction and its friends also as a consequence of its attempts to proselitise about democracy. The rest of the world, so the argument goes, is not ...
- 'Why can only Islam proselytise?'
- “The solution is for Muslims and Christians to declare 'we don't proselitise each other' and live in peace,” he said. Silence of leaders akin to adding fuel to fire.
- Bobby "Blue" Bland - The King of Blues Soul | Facebook
- He's got cult following, but we don't proselitise to the unconverted...cos you'll lay down your hat with us that Route 66 moment strikes.
- The KKK opens a branch in Italy | Wu Ming Foundation
- Nov 2, 2009 Maybe, as happens in the US, they'll proselitise mainly in the South (but only if they reach an agreement with the mafias).
- Taking a religious stance - Print Article
- May 20, 2011 We obviously offer Religious Instruction that forms part of the normal Life Orientation syllabus, but we do not proselitise.
- Ordo Templi Orientis in Serbia 2009
- article – the musical performances of Madonna or “Iron Maiden” (in Serbia) are just a part of the program of sect leaders who proselitise antichristian feelings.
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