Ghazi

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Ghazi or Gazi (Arabic: غازى‎), a title given to Muslim warriors or champions and used by several Ottoman Sultans, may refer to:

  • Ghazi (warrior), an Islamic term for one who struggles for the good of mankind.

People[edit]

Places[edit]

Afghanistan[edit]

Greece[edit]

Iran[edit]

Kosovo[edit]

  • Gazimestan, a memorial site and monument dedicated to Gazi Evrenos in Pristina

Pakistan[edit]

Turkey[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • PNS Ghazi, a Pakistan Navy submarine sunk in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, formerly known as USS Diablo (SS-479)
  • The Ghazi Attack, also known as Ghazi, a 2017 Indian war film

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