or cal·if·ate, kal·i·fate, khal·i·fate
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And these three particular teens also might have been encouraged to see a trip to the caliphate as a way to rebel.
Are we helping indirectly the militants to build their caliphate?
Some time ago, I too left my comfortable life in Britain to export the idea of building a Khilafah [caliphate].An Ex-Radical's Open Letter to ISIS Fighters: Quit Now While You Can!|Maajid Nawaz|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Soon it became clear that establishing a Caliphate was their objective.
Because that was the name of the leader of the first Islamic caliphate, established after the Prophet Muhammad died in 632.
A deputation from Spain sought him out in Africa and offered him the Caliphate, which he accepted with joy.
It was during the caliphate of Walid that the Mahommedans made their first conquests beyond the Indus.Female Warriors, Vol. II (of 2)|Ellen C. Clayton
The Hall of Ambassadors is assigned to the epoch of the caliphate.Spanish Vistas|George Parsons Lathrop
The provinces on the Helmund and about Ghazni were invaded as early as the caliphate of Moaiya (662-680).
His success was constant and the caliphate was brought very low by him.