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  • n. Plural form of shaitan.


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  • While Kadyrov has had visible success in fighting the rebels, whom he calls "shaitans" or devils, they have spread across the neighboring Caucasus republics and mounted terror attacks elsewhere in Russia, including January's suicide bombing of Moscow's main airport that killed 36.

    The Seattle Times

  • We put bulls eyes on our soldiers so the shaitans and wanton profiteers in the bushcrimefamilycabals can profit wantonly from war and warfighting operations.

    The Washington Note

  • So given the choice between the lesser of two evils, America is a saint compared to the shaitans in jihadist islam.

    The Washington Note

  • The Major there lives in solitary state in his little bungalow; and I'm all alone here at night wid _shaitans_ (devils) and wild beasts walking on the verandah. "

    The Jungle Girl

  • "unclean state" at 11. 30am on the day of the dive for help from "jinns and shaitans [devils]".

    Minivan News : Top Stories


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