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martyr

a person who suffers death rather than renounce his religious beliefs
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Clashes broke out in Dicle neighborhood where one police officer was martyrized but when the clashes intensified during the day and two more police also were reported to have been killed while five police officers were injured.
The terrorist would be powerless, for instance, if the attacked nation were indifferent to the fate of hostages, or if the possibility of execution were regarded as a moral opportunity by travelers who ventured abroad in the hope of being martyrized.
000 Ottoman soldiers martyrized while allies lost 250.
VEDAT DOLANEcAY/FUNERAL CEREMONY: Private Vedat Dolancay, who was martyrized during the clashes with terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party(PKK) militants in southeastern Turkish province of E[currency]yrnak's Cizre district will be buried in eastern Turkish province of Van's Bahcesaray district following the funeral ceremony.
A wide Turkish flag was hung on the wall of the house as Oy-uz was martyrized.
MARTYRIZED POLICE OFFICER FUNERAL: A funeral service will be held for police officer Mustafa YaE-ar who was killed in an attack conducted by the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in the southeastern province of E[currency]yrnak.
All martyrized will be live in the hearts of Azerbaijani people," added Daashov.
MARTYRIZED POLICEMEN/E[currency]IRNAK: Three police officers were killed and four others were injured in an attack carried out by the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in the southeastern province of E[currency]yrnak's ydil district.
FUNERAL/YALEcIN YAMANER: Yalcyn Yamaner, 39 year-old special operation police, has been martyrized by terrorists during a cell house of Kurdistan Workers' Party(PKK) will be laid to rest in northern Turkish province of Ordu.
HATAY (CyHAN)- Mehmet E[currency]enol Eciftci and his 3-year-old daughter MevlE-de yrem Eciftci, who were martyrized following bombed attack carried out by terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakyr's Ecynar district on Thursday, were laid to rest amid tears, prayers and 'Allahuakbar' hues in their homeland Hatay's Acykdere village on Friday.