Understanding the root of terrorism

Understanding the root of terrorism

What makes someone with great fortune estimated at 300,000,000 million US dedicate his life to killing people

The sad conclusion is that he belonged to a religion which has as a basic tenet jihad.

Now what is jihad.

The following I took from a Muslim website which is merely a part of an entire book spelling out the legitimacy of jihad and it speaks for itself.

B- Unconditional verses about Jihad 

I said that some of the Quranic instructions about jihad against kufar (disbelievers) are unconditional, which means they state only this: “O Prophet Fight with the Kufar and the hypocrites.” Or, in the case the verse pertaining to which we recited, after a period which is given to the polytheists (four months), if they have not adopted Islam or haven’t migrated, then they are to be killed. (Does it mean in the surroundings of Mecca and around the sanctuary or every place? This question (must be discussed later.) Or that verse with which we began our discussion and which is about the People of the Book.

«And fight those who have not faith in God nor in the Hereafter and (who) forbid not what God and His Prophet have forbidden, and who are not committed to the religion of truth.» (9:29).

or another verse:

«O Prophet, Fight the kufar (disbelievers) and hypocrites and be stern against them.» (9:73).

If we were to pay attention only to this verse, we would say that Islam fully instructs the Muslims to fight against kufar and hypocrites and they (Muslims) must never be in a state of peace with them, that Muslims must fight them, as vehemently as they can. They must fight them. And if we speak like this we will come to believe that the Quran unconditionally tells us to fight the non-Muslims.

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