Definition of Mujahidin

1. Noun. A military force of Muslim guerilla warriors engaged in a jihad. "Some call the mujahidin international warriors but others just call them terrorists"

Exact synonyms: Mujahadeen, Mujahadein, Mujahadin, Mujahedeen, Mujahedin, Mujahideen
Category relationships: Act Of Terrorism, Terrorism, Terrorist Act
Generic synonyms: Force, Military Force, Military Group, Military Unit
Specialized synonyms: Mujahedeen Khalq
Member holonyms: Mujahid



Definition of Mujahidin

1. Noun. (alternative form of mujahideen) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mujahidin

1. [n]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mujahidin

muirite
muirs
muishond
muist
muisted
muisting
muists
mujahadeen
mujahadein
mujahadin
mujahed
mujahedeen
mujahedin
mujahid
mujahideen
mujahidin (current term)
mujik
mujiks
mujtihad
mukataa
muke
mukes
mukhinite
mukhtar
mukhtars
mukluk
mukluks
muktuk
muktuks
mulada

Literary usage of Mujahidin

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Afghanistan: The First Five Years of Soviet Occupation by J. Bruce Amstutz (1994)
"Rather, the mujahidin consisted of 150 to 200 essentially independent bands, each usually ... The mujahidin possessed notable strengths and weaknesses. ..."

2. The Human Rights Crisis in Kashmir: A Pattern of Impunity by Asia Watch Committee (U.S.), Physicians for Human Rights (U.S., Asia Watch Committee (U.S., Human Rights Watch (Organization), Physicians for Human Rights (U.S.) (1993)
"The most ix>werful of these is die Hc/.l>ul-mujahidin. The odier major groups are Al-Jehad, Al-Barq, Hi/.lx>llah, Ikhwan-ul-Muslimin ..."

3. Pakistan: A Country Study edited by Peter R. Blood (1996)
"Altogether more than 3 million Afghan refugees fled to Pakistan, and the country became a base for mujahidin fighting against the Soviet forces and the ..."

4. Low-Intensity Conflict in the Third World by Stephen Blank, Lewis B. Ware, Air University (U.S.). Press (1988)
"It does not want to fight, and it has been penetrated by the mujahidin.123 The facades of domestic support erected by Kabul remain just that—facades. ..."

5. Soldiers of the Prophet by C. C. R. Murphy (1921)
"The troops and mujahidin will creep up close under cover of the darkness. The objective of the attack is the Shaiba qasr. "3. ..."

6. Afghanistan: The First Five Years of Soviet Occupation by J. Bruce Amstutz (1994)
"Rather, the mujahidin consisted of 150 to 200 essentially independent bands, each usually ... The mujahidin possessed notable strengths and weaknesses. ..."

7. The Human Rights Crisis in Kashmir: A Pattern of Impunity by Asia Watch Committee (U.S.), Physicians for Human Rights (U.S., Asia Watch Committee (U.S., Human Rights Watch (Organization), Physicians for Human Rights (U.S.) (1993)
"The most ix>werful of these is die Hc/.l>ul-mujahidin. The odier major groups are Al-Jehad, Al-Barq, Hi/.lx>llah, Ikhwan-ul-Muslimin ..."

8. Pakistan: A Country Study edited by Peter R. Blood (1996)
"Altogether more than 3 million Afghan refugees fled to Pakistan, and the country became a base for mujahidin fighting against the Soviet forces and the ..."

9. Low-Intensity Conflict in the Third World by Stephen Blank, Lewis B. Ware, Air University (U.S.). Press (1988)
"It does not want to fight, and it has been penetrated by the mujahidin.123 The facades of domestic support erected by Kabul remain just that—facades. ..."

10. Soldiers of the Prophet by C. C. R. Murphy (1921)
"The troops and mujahidin will creep up close under cover of the darkness. The objective of the attack is the Shaiba qasr. "3. ..."

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