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1 an hour in which the infidel must believe, the wicked be convinced of their evil ways, I nominate Umar bin al Khattab as my successor.

2 Crowds of exiles rallied for war against the infidel.

3 In this way victory will be achieved through the hands of the believers by means of God's [intervention]. Farag included deceiving the enemy, lying to him, attacking by night (even if it leads to accidentally killing innocents), and felling and burning trees of the infidel, as Islamically legitimate methods of fighting.

4 The Pope conferred on the Templars the right to wear a red cross on their white mantles, which symbolised their willingness to suffer martyrdom in defending the Holy Land against the infidel.

5 Pope Eugenius gave them the right to wear a scarlet cross over their hearts, so that the sign would serve triumphantly as a shield and they would never turn away in the face of the infidels': the red blood of the martyr was superimposed on the white of the chaste."

6 Panvinio described it as a Roman triumph "over the infidel."

7 However, together with a second reference to some who have already been enslaved, this has been used to suggest that Nicholas sanctioned the purchase of black slaves from "the infidel": "... many Guineamen and other negroes, taken by force, and some by barter of unprohibited articles, or by other lawful contract of purchase, have been ... converted to the Catholic faith, and it is hoped, by the help of divine mercy, that if such progress be continued with them, either those peoples will be converted to the faith or at least the souls of many of them will be gained for Christ."

8 Later he vowed to lead a crusade to 'free Jerusalem from the infidel,' but he died before this could be accomplished.

9 in North and South, "Margaret the Churchwoman, her father the Dissenter, Higgins the Infidel, knelt down together.

10 This process of confessionalization ultimately gave rise to a new military ethos based in nationalism rather than "defending the faith against the infidel".

11 He was a maharajah in The Man from Downing Street (1922), a Nabob in The Infidel (1922) and had roles in The Altar Stairs (1922), Omar the Tentmaker (1922) (as an Imam), The Woman Conquers (1922), The Gentleman from America (1923), The Prisoner (1923) and the serial Riders of the Plains (1923).

12 As a member of the Burgundian Order of the Golden Fleece in his infancy, and later its grandmaster, Charles was educated to the ideals of the medieval knights and the desire for Christian unity to fight the infidel.

13 The Flemish crusaders returned to the Kingdom of Jerusalem to fight the infidel.

14 One Mughal writer in the early 1700s described Shivaji's death as kafir bi jahannum raft ("the infidel went to Hell").

15 It is a matter of historical debate whether his "crusade" against the Byzantine empire was to gain the backing and indulgences of Pope Paschal II. Either way, he enthralled audiences across France with gifts of relics from the Holy Land and tales of heroism while fighting the infidel, gathering a large army in the process.

16 The projects only releases were Father Don't Cry in 1990 and The Infidel in 1991, both released through Wax Trax!

17 He was unable to capture it, which "encouraged the infidel", according to the contemporary Jacques de Vitry.

18 At one time, it was thought that this right merely proscribed the preference of one Christian sect over another, but would not require equal respect for the conscience of the infidel, the atheist, or the adherent of a non-Christian faith such as Islam or Judaism.

19 And leave her to the infidel, The hated and evil infidel, To possess, disgrace and ruin.

20 and the Catholic and the Protestant, the Calvinist and the Arminian, the Jew and the Infidel, may sit down at the common table of the national councils, without any inquisition into their faith, or mode of worship.