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  • n. Plural form of Kharijite.

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  • The Likudniks, Yisrael Beiteinu, Kach and Kahane Chai, and the Christo-Kharijites whose support for Israel is based on the belief that the Jews must own all of the Mandate of Palestine so that Jesus can come back to earth and all Jews, Muslims, and non-fundamentalist Christians will burn in hellfire for not accepting Christianity.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 25, 2010

  • Something the AIPAC-ers, the neocons, and the Christo-Kharijites never seem realize is that attacking Iran will certainly bolster the government and turn a potential ally (the Iranian people) into a nation of Muqtada al-Sadrs.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 22, 2010

  • Ali ordered his sons not to attack the Kharijites, even though a single member of the group of Kharijites killed him.

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  • And the tradition most ruthlessly excluded in the first few centuries of the faith was one devoted to extreme violence, the Kharijites.

    The Pope's 'Holy War'

  • Pages 8, 274, 303: Spelling of Kharijites/Kharidjites/Kharadjites left as in source.

    The New World of Islam

  • Some bold spirits even entered into relations with the fierce fanatic sects of inner Arabia, like the Kharijites, who, upholding the old desert freedom, refused to recognize the caliphate and proclaimed theories of advanced republicanism.

    The New World of Islam

  • With all its shortcomings, the administration of President Hamid Karzai is slowly taking back the Pashtun historical inheritance of moderation and syncreticism from the Kharijites that constitute the Taliban.

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  • IIIa. traditional islam (continued) ibadi (0. 5% of the world's traditional muslims) The Ibadi school has origins in and is linked to the Kharijites, but the modern day community is distinct from the 7th century Islamic sect.

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  • Moderate Muslims often portray al Qaeda as duplicates of the Kharijites.

    Jihad Watch

  • Even the Shia and Kharijites, who revolted against the last righteous caliph, were "revolutionaries."

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