- n. Plural form of hajji.
“Others claim to be shooting Iraqis not to pursue the military's strategic goals but because killing "hajjis" is their duty as white militants.”
“You have only to read an eye-opening new book by Joshua Key, "The Deserter's Tale," to understand something of the debacle awaiting American soldiers indoctrinated to think of Iraqis as "hajjis" and "sand niggers.”
“Ordinary Iraqis of all stripes are characterized as the "hajjis" or "the fucking locals.”
“We would come home to find her reclining like a pasha, surrounded by relatives from Bint Jbeil, headscarved old hajjis and tiny old men who sat stiffly in straight-backed chairs pulled up around her as she regaled them with tales of The Operation.”
“In my experience, they're much more prone to talking about 'f** hajji's, "if only" these f** hajjis wouldn't be here, this wouldn't have happened.”
“One or two of the officers that I had contact with would call me over and say 'Hassan, how come these hajjis want to be doing this?”
“People would say, 'Why are hajjis wearing dresses all the time,' [talking about traditional Iraqi dishdash].”
“The above will establishbeyond doubt and for posterity that the 'terror' and 'terrorists' whichrequire to be 'dealt with' by AmericaareAmericans not'camel hajjis 'and' rag turban mullahs '.”
“Whether the surge succeeds or fails, the U.S. military faces a nearly impossible task in winning the hearts and minds of Iraqis, especially if they are thought of as "towel heads" and "hajjis".”
“They tell of troops who hate all Iraqis, calling them “hajjis” and “ragheads,” who are doped up and sent out on patrol with diminished judgment — a sure recipe for the kind of thing that happened to Khaled and his driver.”
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