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  • n  someone who deliberately foments trouble

  • Top government leaders, from President Jalal Talabani on down, have described al-Dari as an inciter of ethnic and sectarian violence.
  • Arthur James ("Emperor") Cook, 46, general secretary of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, longtime left wing Labor leader, a prime inciter of the British general strike .
  • Senator Royal Samuel Copeland, when he was the New York City Commissioner of Public Health, was no greater publicity inciter.

  • Claude Lanzmann in Jerusalem Post
    ...opposition to Hosny's candidacy has been escalating since May, when Wiesel and French intellectuals Bernard-Henri Lévy and Claude Lanzmann denounced Hosny in an op-ed in Le Monde, calling him "a dangerous man, an inciter of hearts and...
  • Avigdor Lieberman in Jerusalem Post
    Lieberman replied, "You are a huge inciter, a fifth column, traitor! We'll make sure you get to someplace fitting for you."
  • Baruch Marzel in Ynetnews
    Right-wing activist Baruch Marzel said: "We need to evacuate Olmert from government. He is a provocateur and an inciter seeking to spill Jewish blood in Hebron. The public will do a good job should it decide to overthrow him as soon as possible."

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