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hajji

, hadji, haji
1. a Muslim who has made a pilgrimage to Mecca: also used as a title
2. a Christian of the Greek Orthodox or Armenian Churches who has visited Jerusalem
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All of the 991 delegates who were present approved the candidacy, this giving Hadzhi a third term in office (he was also reelected with no rivals in February of 2011).
After the press conference, Prime Minister Erdogan got together with Mustafa Alis Hadzhi, the popularly-elected Chief Mufti of Bulgaria's Muslim community.
aHe used fake documents to register Mustafa Alish Hadzhi as Chief Mufti.
Borisov, who was admitted to hospital with a hypertensive crisis for a second time in one week on Sunday, met with Hadzhi on Monday, according to the Bulgarian government press office.
Plevneliev visited Monday the office of Bulgarian Chief Mufti Mustafa Hadzhi to talk over the initiative of the Chief Mufti's Office for the opening of the Islamic school, an initiative that has been publicly promoted by the office and the ethnic Turkish Bulgarian party DPS (Movement for Rights and Freedoms) for some time.
Let's pray to Allah to guide the prodigal, heal the sick, give patience to the oppressed, help the poor, have mercy on us and on all Bulgarians," Chief Mufti Mustafa Hadzhi said on Thursday.
Mufti Mustafa Alsih Hadzhi, in an official statement to the Bulgarian media, denounced the attack as a "barbarian act" and expressed condolences with the families of the victims.
Another two members, Ayrush Ibrahim Hadzhi and Boris Mihaylov, were nominated by the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, while Maryana Darakchieva was nominated by the right-wing Blue Coalition.
Bulgaria's Chief Mufti, Mustafa Hadzhi, who was exposed one day earlier as an agent of the former Communist State Security, DS, was seen by the American Embassy in Sofia as a "credible voice among the Muslim community.
The cable, titled IDENTIFYING CREDIBLE VOICES IN MUSLIM COMMUNITIES, sheds light on views of John Beyrle, US Ambassador to Bulgaria before going to Moscow, on Bulgaria's Chief Mufti, Mustafa Hadzhi.
However, Bulgaria's current Chief Mufti Mustafa Hadzhi, his predecessor Nedim Gendzhev and the head of the Bulgarian Catholic Church Georgi Yovchev have all collaborated with the Communist-era State Security, it has been revealed.