or mu·ja·hed·din, mu·ja·hi·deen
- Muslim guerrilla fighters, especially in Afghanistan and Iran.
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Examples from the Web for mujahideen
Similarly, the messages from Saudi Arabia and Yemen were attributed generically to the “mujahideen” in both countries.Murder Vids Help ISIS Lure More Monsters
November 16, 2014
At least one report suggested Israel collaborated with the Iranian opposition group Mujahideen e-Khalq in the latest operation.Israeli Secret Ops: Former Head of Special Unit Explains How It’s Done
January 13, 2012
When the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, Azzam was one of the first Arabs to go to Pakistan to help the mujahideen.The 9/11 Attacks’ Spiritual Father
September 11, 2011
“He came to the most restricted meetings of the Arab mujahideen,” the young Afghan told The Daily Beast.Al Qaeda Commander Ilyas Kashmiri Killed in U.S. Predator Strike
Ron Moreau & Sami Yousafzai, Christopher Dickey
June 4, 2011
He built roads for the mujahideen to carry their weapons across the countryside.Osama bin Laden's Death: Obama's Biggest Mistake?
May 4, 2011