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  Mujahideen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Mujahideen ('''&1605;&1580;&1575;&1607;&1583;&1610;&1606;'''; also transliterated as muj&257;hid&299;n, mujahedeen, mujahedin, mujahidin, mujaheddin, etc.) is a plural form of mujahid (&1605;&1580;&1575;&1607;&1583;), which literally translates from Arabic as "struggler", someone who engages in jihad, or "struggle", but is often translated as "holy warrior".
In the late twentieth century, the term "mujahideen" became popular in the media to describe various armed fighters who subscribe to Islamic ideologies, although there is not always an explicit "holy" or "warrior" meaning within the word.
However, the Mujahideen did not establish a united government, and they were in turn ousted from power by a radical splinter group known as the Taliban in 1996.
mujahideen.iqnaut.net   (1117 words)

 Mujahideen Annihilate Russian Special Forces [Free Republic]
Mujahideen sources confirm that the unit comprised of two trucks and 16 soldiers and was heading towards new sentry locations in one of the city's districts.
Mujahideen sources confirm that members of a Russian armoured force near Vedeno destroyed their equipment and fled the battlefield when they learnt they were about to be attacked by the Mujahideen.
Mujahideen sources confirm that shortly after these orders were issued, Russian forces went on rampage in several Ingush villages and began looting houses and stealing the property of innocent civilians in the republic.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a392da3e871b2.htm   (2816 words)

 Mujahideen Spokesman on Their Repulsion of Ethiopian Aggression
The Mujahideen are aware that the population and their support are essential requirements for the Jihad and are of the most important catalysts for the success of the Jihad.
The Mujahideen have not been fooled by the enemies' various cunning ploys despite the tremendous aid which is being poured into their militias and even despite the alliances and subsidies received from America and Israel who have themselves participated in a number of battles.
After exploring all the avenues to eliminate the Mujahideen, and the realization by the enemy of the enormity of the situation and the strength of the Mujahideen, as people began to talk about the defeats which the enemy was suffering, the Ethiopian enemy resorted to the tactic of negotiation.
www.fas.org /irp/world/para/docs/somal2.htm   (3007 words)

 Memorable Operations of Mujahideen
Mujahideen used a surface to air missile which could hit target a maximum range of 5000 ft. but by the grace of Allah it climbed an additional 3000 ft. and had hit the target at 8000 ft. The aircraft lost all hydraulics and flight controls and made a crash landing after sixteen minutes.
Mujahideen attack a US humvee causing light damage, the soldiers come out of their jeep and inspect the surrounding area, By the will of Allah all seven soldiers gather around where the bomb is placed, Mujahideen waste no time and detonate the bomb blowing up all the seven US crusaders into pieces.
Mujahideen prepare an improvised explosive device for the crusaders and deploy it by the side of the road.
www.geocities.com /imam_mujahid2005   (784 words)

 Perlmutter - Mujahideen Blood Rituals
Mujahideen is essentially a military force of Muslim guerilla warriors engaged in holy war, frequently referred to as Soldiers of God.
Mujahideen from several terrorist groups have demanded the release of Iraqi prisoners, the withdrawal of troops, and ransoms for the hostages' release.
For the Mujahideen warrior victimology is obvious: because the victim represents the antithesis of the offender’s beliefs, victimology corresponds directly with Islamist doctrine.
www.anthropoetics.ucla.edu /ap1102/muja.htm   (12873 words)

 Mujahideen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mujahideen (Arabic: مجاهدين‎, muǧāhidīn, "strugglers") is an Islamic term for Muslim "holy-warriors." Mujahid, and its plural, Mujahideen, come from the same Arabic linguistic root as jihad ("struggle").
Mujahideen is also transliterated from Arabic as mujahedeen, mujahedīn, mujahidīn, and mujaheddīn.
The term mujahideen is sometimes applied by sympathizers and regional experts to the Iraqi insurgency against the US-lead allies whose invasion destroyed Saddam Husain's baathist republic, and against the subsequent Iraqi regimes in need of allied military support, while the insurgents comprise a wide, incoherent spectrum of forces, with or without crucial Islamic ideology.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mujahideen   (1835 words)

 Mujahideen Claim Heavy US Losses
Mujahideen spokesman, Abu Saad Al-Delaimy: "America is having a news media crisis: If they control 90% or more of Fallujah as they allege, I challenge them to allow world news satellite media to see for themselves."
Mujahideen Advisory Council's official spokesman, Abu Saad Al-Delaimy insisted that the American military standing in Fallujah has remained unchanged for three days in a row, contrary to American allegations.
So far all the Mujahideen have been able to boast about in the way of prisoners is the slaughter of defenseless women who were in the country to help Iraqi's.
forums.canadiancontent.net /international-politics/35073-mujahideen-claim-heavy-us-losses.html#post505427   (1890 words)

 Mujahideen Blow Up House In Fallujah, Reportedly Killing 24 American Soldiers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
According to the correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam in Fallujah, the Mujahideen had planted 500kg of TNT as well as the high explosive “Austrian” bombs inside the house, located in the al-Wahdah neighborhood.
Mujahideen forces attracted the US forces to the house by making them think that a number of fighters were barricaded in it.
Eight Mujahideen were martyred when US aircraft attacked their positions and destroyed their rocket launcher.
www.infowars.com /articles/iraq/fallujah_blow_house_24_us_killed.htm   (376 words)

 History of Afghanistan
In spite of a huge Soviet aid to PDPA, Mujahideen resistance was increasingly stronger because they began to receive sophisticated materials such as handy surface to air missiles, stingers, from USA while Pakistan offered training grounds for Islamic fighters and Saudi Arabia, money.
In April 1992, Kabul fell to the hands of Mujahideen and Najibullah fled to an UN compound.
Alarmed, most of Mujahideen factions, who fought beforehand one against another such as Abdul Dostam of Jumbish-i-Milli, decided to unify under the banner of the president Rabbani to fight against Taliban and formed so called "northern alliance".
www.hikyaku.com /afghan/afghistg.html   (938 words)

 Chechen Mujahideen Claim Responsibility For Beslan; Plane Attacks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
JUS has learned from reliable sources that Chechen Mujahideen have claimed responsibility for both the Beslan School incident and the attacks on two Russian planes that crashed ten days ago.
The total number of casualties the Mujahideen claim is approximately 700 however they state that the majority of casualties were adults.
In addition to the Russian withdrawal from Chechen and release of Chechen prisoners, the Mujahideen issued a demand that Vladimar Putin to be brought to trial for war crimes against Chechens.
www.prisonplanet.tv /articles/september2004/060904chechenmujahideen.htm   (738 words)

 Mujahideen Explain Away Failures of the Abqaiq Attack   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Internet mujahideen are reflecting on the meager results of the attempted bombings by al-Qaeda at the Abqaiq (also known as Buqayq) oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia.
The attack claims were first posted to the al-Hesba jihadi forum—considered by the mujahideen to be the premier jihadi site from which many jihadi forums subsequently distribute materials.
One of the more graphic cases for the mujahideen was the false jihadi al-Batal forum flagged up by qoqaznews.com, which it described as run by an Arab youth in Britain and aimed at cataloguing jihadi users' identities (Terrorism Focus, November 30, 2004).
jamestown.org /terrorism/news/article.php?articleid=2369918   (751 words)

 Al Umar Mujahideen (AuM)
Mushtaq Ahmad Zargar formed the Al Umar Mujahideen in December 1989, with a membership primarily drawn from recruits in downtown Srinagar, capital city of the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir (JandK).
The formation of Al Umar Mujahideen is traced to the differences that had emerged within the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF).
The Al Umar Mujahideen is a proscribed organisation under the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002.
www.satp.org /satporgtp/countries/india/states/jandk/terrorist_outfits/Al_Umar.htm   (720 words)

 Asia Times - Asia's most trusted news source for the Middle East
Fallujah is mujahideen country: it is where the resistance undertakes military training, hides weapons, contacts foreign fighters and organizes operations against a variety of targets in and around Baghdad.
The mujahideen paint a picture of a city where Sharia law may be the norm, but the air hangs heavy with paranoia - just as it did in Taliban Afghanistan and Saddam Hussein's Iraq.
Most men now are mujahideen, either in the Iraqi National Guard (the former US-trained Iraqi Civil Defense Corps); the Iraqi police; and in the population as a whole.
www.atimes.com /atimes/Middle_East/FG15Ak01.html   (1312 words)

 Global Muslim News - December 1997
In the town of "Tahra", the Mujahideen forces engaged in a heated battle with government troops, which resulted in the killing of 15 soldiers, including a military commander, whilst a number of Mujahideen were rewarded with Martyrdom Inshaa' Allah.
A large number of operations were carried out on different fronts by the forces of Truth against the forces of evil, which aims at striking fear in the rows of the enemy forces, as well as hitting hard at military positions and destroying the places of gambling and prostitution.
The previous weeks witnessed a large number of operations, in which the Mujahideen succeeded in killing 47 Hindu soldiers and wounding hundreds of others, while on the other hand 36 of the Mujahideen were martyred.
www.fas.org /irp/world/para/docs/news21.htm   (1655 words)

 The Anglo-American support apparatus behind the Afghani mujahideen
In addition to overt and covert funding operations by various U.S. governmental agencies for the mujahideen, a plethora of private "aid" agencies, think-tanks, and other odd outfits joined the fray, with the ostensible aim of helping the Afghans to liberate their nation from the clutches of the Soviet invaders.
The two groups were dedicated to training Afghan mujahideen spokesmen in "communication skills." Additionally, the group received NED grants to operate schools inside Afghanistan.
Although the CFA provided funds for almost all of the "Peshawar Seven" groups of mujahideen, the Jamiat-e-Islami, of Burhanudeen Rabbani and his military commander Ahmad Shah Masood, was CFA's favored group.
www.larouchepub.com /other/1995/2241_mujahideen_control.html   (2699 words)

 Foreign Military Studies Office Publications - THE CAMPAIGN FOR THE CAVES: THE BATTLES FOR ZHAWAR
Mujahideen from the nomad Kochi tribe (led by Malang Kochi and Dadmir Kochi) and Gorbez Mujahideen, recaptured Bori.
Mujahideen reinforcements moved from Miram Shah in Pakistan to Zhawar and took the commandos from the rear.
The forces must not conduct actions against Mujahideen bases located close to the border or in a region where it is impossible to isolate the enemy from the arrival of his reserves.
fmso.leavenworth.army.mil /documents/zhawar/zhawar.htm   (7379 words)

 US Assault On Fallujah Has Begun; Mujahideen Repel Early Advances - Iman Way
At 22:30 Makka time Mujahideen foiled an attack and have inflicted heavy casualties on occupation forces, with reports of at least 25 marines killed in the western outskirts alone.
Mujahideen are said to be currently holding their positions in all areas.
Marines have retreated from their positions under pressure from Mujahideen who advanced about 80 meter from the west side of the city.
www.imanway.com /en/showthread.php?t=524   (379 words)

 First US Retreat From Fallujah Reported Mujahideen Retake The Old City
In fact, in the last three days, the Mujahideen are reported to have regained their previous strength levels and expanded the areas of the city under their control.
The limitation of US forces has become widely apparent over the past few days as Mujahideen outside the city were able to break through US lines on three occasions; once by swimming the river and twice through what was referred to as the strongly fortified northwestern part of the city.
There was no direct ground combat between Mujahideen and the US invaders in the course of the attack, meaning that the Mujahideen had indeed seized complete control of the area.
www.rense.com /general60/first.htm   (809 words)

 Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Frankenstein the CIA created
Mujahideen trained and funded by the US are among its deadliest foes, reports Jason Burke in Peshawar
In Afghanistan he fought with the Hezb-i-Islami group of mujahideen, whose training and weaponry were mainly supplied by the CIA.
From his base in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, he used his experience of the construction trade, and his money, to build a series of bases where the mujahideen could be trained by their Pakistani, American and, if some recent press reports are to be believed, British advisers.
www.guardian.co.uk /yemen/Story/0,2763,209260,00.html   (831 words)

 Terrorism Profile: Hizbul Mujahideen
The Hizbul Mujahideen is very close to both the Jamaat-e-Islami in Kashmir and Pakistan.
The Hizbul Mujahideen was founded in 1989 as the militant wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami, a socio-cultural and religious organisation of Jammu and Kashmir.
Even as negotiations began between the government and Hizb delegations in Srinagar, the outfit imposed a new conditionality that Pakistan had to be invited to the dialogue, a condition promptly rejected by the government.
www.subcontinent.com /sapra/research/terrorism/terrorism_profiles/tr_profile_hizbul_mujahideen.html   (1073 words)

 Hizb-ul Mujahideen
Of all the terrorist outfits operating in the State of Jammu and Kashmir (JandK), the Hizb-ul Mujahideen is the largest, with a cadre base drawn from indigenous and foreign sources.
The Hizb-ul Mujahideen was founded in 1989 as the militant wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami, a socio-cultural and religious organisation of Jammu and Kashmir.
From the nature of activities indulged in by the Hizb-ul Mujahideen, it appears that the outfit provides the local knowledge and support, required by the preferred mercenary outfits of Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) such as the Harkat-ul Ansar and the Lashkar-e-Toiba, whose cadre are largely foreign.
www.kashmirherald.com /profiles/hizbulmujahhdin.html   (1013 words)

 Black Op Mujahideen Shura Council Declares Islamic State in Iraq
The precisely timed statement was devised, with western intelligence connivance, not only to “stir up hatred between the Sunnis and the Shiites,”; but break the country into three pieces based on ethnic and religious affiliation, a plan formulated in Israel, adopted by the neocons, and approved by the bankster global elite.
The Mujahideen Shura Council has declared the establishment of the “Islamist Republic of Iraq,” consisting of “six central Iraqi provinces, including Baghdad and several districts of two southern Iraqi provinces,” according to NewsLab.
Naturally, the Mujahideen Shura Council—read, “al-Qaeda”—declaration of an Islamic state underscores the threat of “collusion” and, as well, maintains the neocon assertion that Iraq is the frontline of the generational war against terrorism.
prisonplanet.com /articles/October2006/161006Mujahideen.htm   (834 words)

 Americans Killed In Afghanistan, Mujahideen Foil Ongoing Operation In Kashmir
The statement went on to say that the mujahideen have forced the thousands of Indian soldiers to retreat during the past week and that “all attacks on us have no effect what so ever, the Mujahideen have surrounded thousands of them from all directions and we are attacking relentlessly”.
Five mujahideen were reportedly martyred in the incident and three Indian soldiers were also killed.
Mujahideen attacked the house of an important figure in puppet government of Kahsmir, Riaz Ahmed Nago.
margotbworldnews.com /2005July/July18/kashmir.html   (933 words)

 Mujahideen Throw Back Savage US Assaults On Al-Qaim / margotbworldnews.com
Mujahideen were battling groups of American commandos and Marines on the western, eastern, northern, and southern approaches to the city that liberated itself from the American occupation last week.
The Mujahideen fighters, for their part, have begun to prepare for the awaited battle by digging trenches and furrows in the ground, storing up water, and some fruits that do not rot quickly, in expectation of a long fight, the duration of which is known only to God.
Meanwhile the loudspeakers on the mosques in the city are chanting prayers and playing their part in overcoming the communications outage by broadcasting specific instructions from members of the Mujahideen to the different fronts, the correspondent reported.
margotbworldnews.com /archive/2005April/Apr14/alquaim.html   (2006 words)

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