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What Jihad means

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Submitted by Shantilal Dand (United States), Nov 17, 2002 at 17:20

The attempts to define Jihad are entertaining. All you have to do is ask the people on the receiving end what Jihad means. Ask Hindus in India, ask Zorastrians in Iran, ask Buddhists in south-east Aasia. Ask Africans of non-Islamic faith, ask Jews, Christians or any people who said no to Islam!

Millions and millions butchered in middle-east, millions butchered in Indian subcontinent and millions butchered in African continent. Fourteen hundred years of unending violence now brought home to us in United States of America. That is what Jihad is. ..
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