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  1. All makes sense. The name “Antifa” comes from the word that is similarly pronounced in arabic “intifada” (انتفاضة‎ intifāḍah) which is defined as a rebellion, uprising, resistance or uprising against oppression. The term was first utilized in 1952 within the Kingdom of Iraq, when socialist and communist parties took to the streets to protest the Hashemite monarchy, with inspiration of the 1952 Egyptian Revolution.

    Intifada is an Arabic word literally meaning, as a noun, “tremor”, “shivering”, “shuddering”. It is derived from an Arabic term “nafada” meaning “to shake”, “shake off”, “get rid of”, as a dog might shrug off water, or as one might shake off sleep or dirt from one’s sandals.

    Notice the similarity between the two words “antifa” and “intifada”.


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