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English: Kunta-haji Kishiev (Chechen: Kунтахьаджи) (1829 or 1830 in Melcha Khi, Chechnya[1] - 1867 in Ustyuzhna, Novgorod Gubernia, now Vologda Oblast, Russia was Chechen Muslim mystic, the founder of a Sufi branch named Zikrism, and an ideologue of nonviolence and passive resistance
Chechen mystic
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Date of birth1800
Chechen Republic
Date of death19 May 1867
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ქუნტა ჰაჯი (ka); 昆塔·哈吉 (zh-hk); Kunta Haji Kishiev (fr); Кунта-Хаджы (be-tarask); Kunta-haji (nl); Кунта Хаджи (ru); Kunta Haddschi Kischijew (de); 昆塔·哈吉 (zh-hant); Kunta-haji (en); 昆塔·哈吉 (zh-hans); 昆塔·哈吉 (zh); Kunta-haji (es) Chechen mystic (en); politicus (nl) Кунта Кишиев, Кунта-Хаджи, Кишиев, Кунта-Хаджи, Зикризм (ru)

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