Definitions

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  • noun truce, armistice, cease-fire
  • noun a pause to regroup, rearm, and prepare for the next fight

Etymologies

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Arabic

Examples

  • The term hudna is loaded with implicit religious inferences, and was used to present Hamas's political views as both pragmatic but also based on time-honoured Islamic political tradition.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • Hamas was now holding many local posts, and their incumbent officials had been free of any allegations of corruption and, for sixteen months, had meticulously observed a cease-fire commitment, which they called hudna.

    Palestine Peace Not Apartheid

  • Hamas was now holding many local posts, and their incumbent officials had been free of any allegations of corruption and, for sixteen months, had meticulously observed a cease-fire commitment, which they called hudna.

    Palestine Peace Not Apartheid

  • Hamas was now holding many local posts, and their incumbent officials had been free of any allegations of corruption and, for sixteen months, had meticulously observed a cease-fire commitment, which they called hudna.

    Palestine Peace Not Apartheid

  • Hamas was now holding many local posts, and their incumbent officials had been free of any allegations of corruption and, for sixteen months, had meticulously observed a cease-fire commitment, which they called hudna.

    Palestine Peace Not Apartheid

  • Hamas was now holding many local posts, and their incumbent officials had been free of any allegations of corruption and, for sixteen months, had meticulously observed a cease-fire commitment, which they called hudna.

    Palestine Peace Not Apartheid

  • Hamas was now holding many local posts, and their incumbent officials had been free of any allegations of corruption and, for sixteen months, had meticulously observed a cease-fire commitment, which they called hudna.

    Palestine Peace Not Apartheid

  • This open-hand policy translates into a long-term hudna (truce/ceasefire), acceptance of borders (1967), and a referendum on the Peace Process.

    Wasseem El Sarraj: Gazans Are No Fools

  • This open-hand policy translates into a long-term hudna (truce/ceasefire), acceptance of borders (1967), and a referendum on the Peace Process.

    Wasseem El Sarraj: Gazans Are No Fools

  • This open-hand policy translates into a long-term hudna (truce/ceasefire), acceptance of borders (1967), and a referendum on the Peace Process.

    Wasseem El Sarraj: Gazans Are No Fools

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