Persona non grata (Latin, plural: personae non gratae), literally meaning "an unwelcome person", is a legal term used in diplomacy that indicates a proscription against a person entering the country. It is the most serious form of censure which one country can apply to foreign diplomats, who are otherwise protected by diplomatic immunity from arrest and other normal kinds of prosecution.
January 1, 1972: Kurt Waldheim is elected Secretary General of the United Nations without controversy. [Unlike his 1986 election as President of Austria, when he became a suspected war criminal for his military service during World War II, and was eventually deemed personae non gratae by the United States.]
While someone in Dear Leader’s Administration plays a little tit for tat by booting Orlando Jose Montanez Olivares and Camacaro Mata, ambassadors of Venezuela out of the US declaring them to be “personae non gratae” Iran’s President is taking heat for his comforting cuddle with Hugo’s mother. After finally burying charges of being a gen, or genie, by opposing members of his cabinet, Ahmadinejad is now being labeled as a degenerate for touching a non-mahram. Oh, the indecency!
HARAB MABED Vardım eşiğine yüzümü sürdüm, Etrafını bütün dikenler almış. Ulu mihrabında yazılar gördüm, Kimbilir ne mutlu zamandan kalmış! Batan güneşlerin ölgün nigahı Karartıp bırakmış o kıblegahı Mazlum bir ümmetin baht-ı siyahı Viran kubbesinde gölgeler salmış. Yazar : Rıza Tevfik Bölükbaşı
A story out of Belgium vividly illustrates how our elderly are becoming personae non gratae in a society increasingly obsessed with . . . .
Israel's sarcasm against the #flytilla personae non gratae