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What did the Harvard student Yasin mean by Justice?

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Submitted by R. Singh (Belgium), Nov 10, 2002 at 05:56

So jihad is to fight for justice? Then I ask whose justice ? The student left this out of his address. Of course, he meant the Islamist justice.

Let me elucidate what this means:

Any one or anything who says or does anything which is deemed contrary to Islam will be the focus of jihad. Even this web site can be the focus of jihad because its contents are posing uncomfortable questions about Islam and elucidating contradictions in Islam.
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