- n. A member of the Taliban.
- From Pashto طالب (tālib, "student"). (Wiktionary)
“Saadaldeen Bin Talib was a member of it's anti corruption commission.”
“The thing about Talib is he can run," Kiffin says.”
“I have been saying this all the time, "We welcome every single Afghan, whether you put the name Talib on top of them, whether you put the name al-Qaeda on top of them, whether you put the name monkey on top them, whether you put any title on top of them, whatever name ...”
“The only knock on Talib is that he may try too hard to make plays.”
“While in prison, he converted to Islam and now goes by the name Talib Islam.”
“To quote a few: Ali bin Talib al-Khorásáni described him, in A.D. 934, a century and-a-half after his death when flattery would be tongue-tied, as, “one devoted to war and pilgrimage, whose bounty embraced the folk at large.””
“The army deported to Jordan two brothers identified as Talib and Omar Mahmoud Bani Odeh.”
“And the other Talib, which is the white Talib, which is the majority of the dissatisfied Afghans that I said, because of poverty, and so on and so forth.”
“I have already explained that word Talib is being used for student.”
“Remember that the Talib were the kids of the traditional leaders sent to religious schools in Pakistan.”
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