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Jihadist is a term used to describe a Muslim who favors or supports the jihad

  • For a history of Muslims involved in jihad see: Mujahideen
  • For the movement of Salafi Muslims who turned to violent jihad starting in the mid-1990s, see: Salafism jihadism
  • For a brief description of the word Jihadist, see: Jihadi

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A mujahid is a religious fighter for the sake of Allah and Islam. When non-Muslims say "jihadist," they are referring to a mujahid.

The plural form of mujahid is mujahideen. A few use mujahids.

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  • If a blasphemer can be given the title "Sir" by the West despite the fact he has hurt the feelings of Muslims, then a mujahid [religious warrior] who has been fighting for Islam against the Russians, Americans and British must be given the lofty title of Islam, Saifullah.
  • 19 young men were able - by the grace of Allah, the Most High - to change the direction of its compass. And in fact, the subject of the Mujahideen has become an inseparable part of the speech of your leader and the effects and signs are not hidden.

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