co-religionist

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co-religionist

[ˈkəʊrɪˈlɪdʒənɪst] Ncorreligionario/a m/f
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There was one way and only one in which he offended the susceptibilities of his co-religionists.
He dipped his hand into the dish with that great trader when Mahbub and a few co-religionists were invited to a big Haj dinner.
It happened nearly twenty years before, when he was chaplain to his co-religionists in a prison in Chicago--where the Irish population displayed a capacity both for crime and penitence which kept him tolerably busy.
An ancestor of Marmaduke Temple had, about one hundred and twenty years before the commencement of our tale, come to the colony of Pennsylvania, a friend and co-religionist of its great patron.
Today, at a time when Coptic Christians face ever-growing threats in their native Egypt, they find in Bahrain a society where hundreds of Coptic expatriates travel every weekend from Saudi Arabia to worship freely with their co-religionists," says the essay.
Katz said the plan was for an Iranian naval port, bases for Iran's air and ground forces, and "tens of thousands of Shiite militiamen being brought in from various countries" to fight alongside their Iranian and Hezbollah co-religionists in Syria.
In addition, he copied manuscripts of other people's compositions, hoping to sell them to interested co-religionists.
As leaders and senior figures of faith communities, we urge our co-religionists and others to think about the implications of a leave vote for the things about which we are most passionate.
The group strictly enforces an austere and bloody form of what it calls Islamic law, tolerating no minority sects or even opposing points of view from their Sunni Muslim co-religionists.
Thousands of my co-religionists have been slaughtered in Muslim lands.
Of course, many Westerners welcome the Muslims in the name of diversity," but, interestingly, rich Muslim countries such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE don't welcome the "diversity" of their co-religionists.
John Winthrop's use of the biblical "city upon a hill" to describe the Massachusetts Bay Colony, for example, was a reminder to fellow Puritans to be good examples of Puritanism for their co-religionists back home.