Kellow writes that in 1985, when the firestorm over Shoah was at high heat, the Voice had become “her by-now regular adversary.”
Kashgari caused a firestorm recently for tweets that religious scholars have decried as insulting to the Prophet Muhammad.
Aboard the Qantas A380, the computers were overwhelmed by a firestorm of error messages and basically gave up.
An intense and often destructive spate of action or reaction: The report has already generated a firestorm of criticism/ A lawyer from Time-Warner expected a firestorm of protest from the shareholders after the vote
[fr the catastrophic and unquenchable fires caused by aerial bombing of cities in World War II]