Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of kafir.

Etymologies

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From the Arabic كفار (kuffār), the plural form of كافر (kāfir).

Examples

  • The word kuffar appears to be an alternative spelling of kafir, an Arabic word meaning "unbeliever."

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  • The word kuffar appears to be an alternative spelling of kafir, an Arabic word meaning "unbeliever."

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  • Using the Arabic word "kuffar", meaning "non-believers", a user called Resistance writes:

    Infidels Are Cool

  • That he chooses to use the term kuffar, is not innocent as such. "

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  • His targets, he allegedly said, were the "kuffar" - an Arabic word for infidels or disbelievers of Islam

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  • Justice Bongiorno said Benbrika taught his young followers that "the destruction of the 'kuffar' - Arabic for unbelievers - was an essential aspect of the Islamic religion".

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  • Benbrika, a fan of Osama bin Laden, regarded the destruction of the "kuffar" - Arabic for "unbelievers" - as an essential aspect of the Islamic religion …

    Winds Of Jihad By SheikYerMami

  • u said we take what our imam tells us about to blow up kuffar. now i know when u sed the word kuffar u trying to add that u know about islam.

    The Jawa Report

  • Other participants boast of how their children threaten to kill "kuffar" [non-believers] and complain that the Shakespeare being taught in schools is "full of homosexuality, fornication and adultery."

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  • Other participants boast of how their children threaten to kill "kuffar" [non-believers] and complain that the Shakespeare being taught in schools is "full of homosexuality, fornication and adultery."

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