Definitions for iscariotɪˈskær i ət
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Is•car•i•otɪˈskær i ət(n.)
the surname of Judas, the betrayer of Jesus. Mark 3:19; 14:10, 11.
Origin of Iscariot:
< LL Iscariōta < Gk Iskariṓtēs < Heb īsh-qərīyōth man of Kerioth a village in Palestine
The Iscariot Organization, named after Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus, is a top-secret wing of the Vatican charged with the active pursuit and extermination of demons and heretics. Given that the Hellsing Organization not only employs vampires but is run on the principles of staunch Protestantism, Iscariot is their natural rival, despite their similar aims. The Iscariot 'paladins' are the elite fighting force of the Iscariot Organization. They appear wearing long cassocks and crosses, in the manner of their most prominent member, Alexander Anderson. They are known to fight with a wide variety of weapons, usually as necessitated by the situation. The Vatican's Special Section XIII also commands other seemingly independent military forces, most notably the Knights of the Sagely Brethren, the Knights of the Order of Calatrava La Nueva, the Knights of the Military Order of St. Stefano di Toscana, and the Knights of the Order of Malta.
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