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infidel
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • They all believe to this day that the infidel Diderot came to dispute about God with the Metropolitan Platonů.
  • ’We are not particularly afraid,’ said he, ’of all these socialists, anarchists, infidels, and revolutionists; we keep watch on them and know all their goings on.
  • And as man cannot bear to be without the miraculous, he will create new miracles of his own for himself, and will worship deeds of sorcery and witchcraft, though he might be a hundred times over a rebel, heretic and infidel.
  • Of the deceased Smerdyakov he observed, crossing himself, that he was a lad of ability, but stupid and afflicted, and, worse still, an infidel, and that it was Fyodor Pavlovitch and his elder son who had taught him to be so.
  • "Excuse me," Dmitri cried suddenly; "if I’ve heard aright, crime must not only be permitted but even recognized as the inevitable and the most rational outcome of his position for every infidel!

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  • He described the Iraqi police as a tool in the hands of crusaders and infidels.
  • The infidel enemy has been badly wounded at the hands of your brothers and is close to its demise...
    Mustafa Abu al-Yazid

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