Hajji is falling apart.
His father was a hajji, a Muslim who had made the hajj (pilgrimage) to Mecca.
Helping him consolidate power was the sinister Hajji Bakr, a bald, white-bearded former colonel in Saddam Hussein’s army, whose first act was a Saddam-like purge of potential rivals.
Kamal El-Hajji said current Commons staff were united in their belief that the accusations were part of a “witch-hunt”, including what he called “article after article in the daily newspapers containing speculation and accusations regarding the speaker’s code of conduct and the allegedly ‘unprofessional’ way that he treats staff and colleagues working in parliament”.
Hajji, fortunately, never notices.
Soon afterward, Hajji returns home to find her missing.
At night, Hajji and his wife are the first to go to bed.
Mary earns a 4.3 G.P.A. for the semester, and Hajji buys doughnuts for the whole family.
Hajji needs help but won’t tell his sons, because he doesn’t want them to take on more work.
It’s at this point that both you and Hajji notice the small puddle of blood forming under his head.
When Mary is gone and the news segment is finished, Hajji sits alone in the living room with the TV turned off.
Jamil Jan Kochai reads his story “The Haunting of Hajji Hotak,” from the November 8, 2021, issue of the magazine.
He was from a Hui (Chinese Muslim) family, and his father was a hajji, a Muslim who had made the pilgrimage to Mecca.
Though everyone assures Hajji that Lily will be fine, Hajji insists on taking her to the emergency room.
By living in the U.S. as American citizens and benefitting from the fruits of empire, Hajji and Mo may feel complicit in the many atrocities that the U.S.
When Hajji has exhausted himself, he often retires to the living room, where he watches murder mysteries or foreign coverage of conflicts in Islamic countries.
The next day, as soon as he returns home from the hospital, Hajji purchases a phone recorder on Amazon and, when it arrives, has Marvin hook it up to the landline.
Every night, Mo’s mother scolds him for not having washed his smock, which smells like a massacre, and every night Hajji defends his son, who smells, he says, like a man.
“They hope to destroy our ummah,” you record Hajji saying, in English, before he gives a recap of all the bombings, massacres, war crimes, protests, shootings, kidnappings, and assassinations that have occurred in the past twenty-four hours.
WHEN Joko Widodo, Indonesia’s president, who is generally known as Jokowi, announced that petrol and diesel prices would rise by 2,000 rupiah ($0.16) per litre on November 18th, Hajji Zaenal and the world’s financial markets had opposite reactions.
- a general term used by foreign soldiers to refer to the Iraqi people
Example: to American soldiers, the hajji are the alien people from whom the enemy emerges
- an Arabic term of respect for someone who has made the pilgrimage to Mecca
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