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  • noun Plural form of nasheed.

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  • Other performers – including the Islamia School Choir – will provide "nasheeds", melodic musings on faith, history and current affairs.

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  • American officials have said the video - which Mr. Cuspert acknowledged posting on his Facebook page, and which Mr. Uka copied - was staged by militants. iPod to nasheeds calling for opposition against occupation forces and the West as he traveled to the airport just before the shootings.

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  • Germany, today is one of the best-known singers of nasheeds, or Islamic devotional music, in German.

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  • Germany, today is one of the best-known singers of nasheeds, or Islamic devotional music, in German.

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  • Germany, today is one of the best-known singers of nasheeds, or Islamic devotional music, in German.

    NYT > Home Page

  • American officials have said the video - which Mr. Cuspert acknowledged posting on his Facebook page, and which Mr. Uka copied - was staged by militants. iPod to nasheeds calling for opposition against occupation forces and the West as he traveled to the airport just before the shootings.

    NYT > Global Home

  • American officials have said the video - which Mr. Cuspert acknowledged posting on his Facebook page, and which Mr. Uka copied - was staged by militants. iPod to nasheeds calling for opposition against occupation forces and the West as he traveled to the airport just before the shootings.

    NYT > Home Page

  • American officials have said the video - which Mr. Cuspert acknowledged posting on his Facebook page, and which Mr. Uka copied - was staged by militants. iPod to nasheeds calling for opposition against occupation forces and the West as he traveled to the airport just before the shootings.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Germany, today is one of the best-known singers of nasheeds, or Islamic devotional music, in German.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The three Gitmo prisoners had purportedly endured "painful months of force-feeding as three of the prison's most persistent hunger strikers, and by raising their fellow prisoners 'spirits as accomplished singers of nasheeds (Islamic songs)."

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