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  • noun Plural form of Dagestani.

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Examples

  • They, and other Muslim Caucasian tribes, such as Dagestanis and Cherkass (Circassians), have battled Russian imperial rule for the past 300 years.

    Ottawa Sun

  • They, and other Muslim Caucasian tribes, such as Dagestanis and Cherkass (Circassians), have battled Russian imperial rule for the past 300 years.

    Edmonton Sun

  • They, and other Muslim Caucasian tribes, such as Dagestanis and Cherkass (Circassians), have battled Russian imperial rule for the past 300 years.

    Ottawa Sun

  • The Chechens apparently expected Dagestanis to join the jihad against the Russian “colonists.”

    The Return

  • The Chechens apparently expected Dagestanis to join the jihad against the Russian “colonists.”

    The Return

  • The Chechens apparently expected Dagestanis to join the jihad against the Russian “colonists.”

    The Return

  • The Chechens apparently expected Dagestanis to join the jihad against the Russian “colonists.”

    The Return

  • And adding to ethnic tensions, a sustained government campaign of harassment, illegal arrest, and torture of overtly religious Dagestanis has also done much to bolster support for radical Islamic groups who hide in the remote mountainous regions of the republic and are thought to be behind many of recent attacks on police.

    Blowback in the Caucasus

  • But, he said, the bombers are Dagestanis enraged by the behavior of Russian troops in the republic.

    The Deepening Dangers Of Dagestan

  • Most Dagestanis follow local Sufi Islamic traditions and regard the new fundamentalism as alien and frightening.

    The Deepening Dangers Of Dagestan

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