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Jamal ud-Din

[ ja-mahlood-deen, ood- ]
/ dʒæˈmɑl udˈdin, ʊd- /
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Jamal ud-Din al-Afghani, 1838–97, Muslim educator and political leader, born in Persia: founder of modern Pan-Islamism.
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