When the jihad Came to Mali Joshua Hammer, The New York Review of Books On the ground during the French intervention.
His most recent book is jihad Incorporated: A Guide to Militant Islam in the U.S.
This past summer, Colleen LaRose, known by her self-anointed handle ‘jihad Jane’, was sentenced to ten years in prison.
Only now they included subjects like “What is jihad,” “Kinds of jihad” and “How to jihad.”
Cleveland Clinic surgeon jihad Kaouk, MD, and his team developed the procedure.
Mullah Yahya agrees with jihad Yar that the media and the Americans are side by side against the Taliban.
He too "celebrates" the martyrdom of the "pioneer of jihad against first the communists and then the crusaders."
"jihad Jane" and "jihad Jamie" are both recent converts to Islam.
Parvez Sharma is the director and producer of A jihad for Love .
jihad is incumbent on all Moslems if against infidel aggression.
1869, from Arabic, usually translated as "holy war," literally "struggle, contest, effort," from infinitive of jahada "he waged war, he applied himself to." Used in English since c.1880 for any sort of doctrinal crusade.
Note: Modern-day terrorists often claim that they are carrying out acts of destruction, such as the attacks on the World Trade Center towers, as part of a jihad.
A violent attack; destructive assault: We'll call these guys Tinker, Evers, and Chance, to protect them from jihad by the Elvis cult
[1980s+; fr Arabic, ''holy war'']