global paralysis

glo·bal pa·ral·y·sis

paralysis of both whole sides of the body.

glo·bal pa·ral·y·sis

(glōbăl pă-rali-sis)
Complete paralysis of both sides of the body.
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General secretary of the Muslim Council of Wales, Saleem Kidwai, branded the IS radicals involved in beheadings as "criminals", but suggested some may have been radicalised by global paralysis over Syria's murderous dictator Bashar Al-Assad.
undersecretary-general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief 2003-06 and headed up the international relief effort for the 2006 war in Lebanon, said he had not "seen this kind of global paralysis .
A powerful solar flare could disable our communication satellites and power stations, resulting in global paralysis, chaos and panic.
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