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  • n. a Muslim engaging in jihad, especially armed jihad; a jihadist

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  • n. a Muslim engaged in what he considers to be a jihad


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Arabic مجاهد (mujáhid), active participle of جاهد (jāhada, "to wage holy war") (verbal noun: جهاد (jihād, "holy war as a religious duty")), from the root ج ه د (IPA: /dʒ-h-d/) (Other: j-h-d).


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  • M. DAOUD: And this is called a mujahid, a freedom fighter.

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  • You should have seen the smile on Datuk Kamarul Bahrin's face to see a Chinese convert take to task a so-called mujahid of Islam.

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  • A Taliban spokesperson Mulla Zabihullah "mujahid" was speaking to media and claimed the responsibilty of the attack on presidential palace and other government builiding in Kabul.

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  • NBN reported the news of his funeral without any fanfare, and he was referred to as a "mujahid" not a "commander".

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  • He has been quoted praising Osama bin Laden as a "mujahid", promising to send thousands of Brothers to fight in Gaza, and more.

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  • For instance, far from objectively examining Islam, the government is now pushing to ban Arabic words connotative of Islamic ideology from formal analysis - such as "mujahid,"

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