In fact, they are notorious in pro-Israel circles for doing so.
Africa, for example, is a notorious black hole when it comes to modern navigation aids and strictly enforced safety standards.
“Humans are notorious for being lousy at estimating numbers of animals in large groups,” Perryman explains.
I am notorious for always having two beagles with me, in any and all circumstances.
Paul was already on a doomed trajectory, having encountered the notorious dip and slight bend in the road at this point.
I know that several of my readers may remind me of Sir Boyle Roche, whose bulls have become not only notorious, but proverbial.
It is now, as is notorious, more in evidence than ever before.
Many of the pretended magnetisers were notorious libertines, who took that opportunity of gratifying their passions.
The ardor of Mr. Gladstone's feelings on this subject is notorious.
We must in particular mention a certain Chang paou, a notorious character in after-times.
1540s, "publicly known," from Medieval Latin notorius "well-known, commonly known," from Latin notus "known," past participle of noscere "come to know" (see know). Negative connotation arose 17c. from frequent association with derogatory nouns. Related: Notoriously.