Definition of Army of muhammad
1. Noun. A terrorist organization founded in 2000; a militant Islamic group active in Kashmir and closely aligned with al-Rashid Trust; seeks to secure release of imprisoned fellow militants by kidnappings.
Category relationships: Act Of Terrorism, Terrorism, Terrorist Act
Generic synonyms: Foreign Terrorist Organization, Fto, Terrorist Group, Terrorist Organization
Geographical relationships: Islamic Republic Of Pakistan, Pakistan, West Pakistan
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Literary usage of Army of muhammad
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1. The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The Muhammadan Period by Henry Miers Elliot, John Dowson (1877)
"The shouts of victory rose high from the army of Muhammad Shah, and Haidar Kuli brought his prisoner on an elephant to the presence of Muhammad Shah, ..."
2. The History of India: As Told by Its Own Historians; the Muhammadan Period by Henry Miers Elliot (1906)
"When the army of Muhammad Khan approached, Sukha came out of the city to meet it. In the engagement which followed, Sukha was slain, and his army were ..."
3. Dupleix by George Bruce Malleson (1899)
"In front of it, on the south-west face, apparently blockading it on that side, was the joint army of Muhammad Ali and De Gingen. The English leader had been ..."
4. Publications by Oriental Translation Fund (1893)
"... and when Malek asked them for the reason of their trepidation, they said : ' When we arrived near the army of Muhammad we beheld men dressed in white ..."
5. A Short History of India and of the Frontier States of Afghanistan, Nipal by James Talboys Wheeler (1884)
"One detachment of the French army surprised the fort of Masulipatam at the mouth of the Kistna. Another French army routed the army of Muhammad Ali at ..."
6. Handbook of the Panjáb, Western Rajpútáná, Kashmír, and Upper Sindh by John Murray (Firm), Edward B. Eastwick (1883)
"1739, Nadir Shah attacked the army of Muhammad Shah, and has left an account of the battle in a letter to his son. Muhammad Shah had surrounded his camp ..."
7. Things Indian: Being Discursive Notes on Various Subjects Connected with India by William Crooke (1906)
"... depopulated the country, but the Musalman historians give little information on the subject. The traveller, Ibn Batuta, states that the army of Muhammad ..."