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Jihad Has Many Folds

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Submitted by Hicham Chehab (United States), May 29, 2013 at 13:04

  • True..self-defense and expanding the borders of the Islamic state. If you limit Jihad to the first one, you ignore history. When Mohammad was on his death bed, he sent a military campaign to the borders of Syria (then Byzantium).!!

  • Hicham Chehab Muhammad mobilized a great Army to Syria 'Byzantine Empire' in the month of Safar 11 A.H, under the command of Usama ibn Zayd. This was the last expedition but second in the life of Muhammad against the Romans.

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