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Jihad is terrorism - Hamid!!!

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in response to reader comment: Jihad and terrrorism are opposite to each other

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Sep 26, 2007 at 11:01

You wrote: "Terrorism is by no means is Jihad. Killing innocent people is not Jihad. No muslim can do that. Quran says killing one innocent person is like killing whole of the humanity and saving one life is like saving whole of the humanity."

Terrorism may not be jihad but jihad is definitely terrorism to accomplish your goal of spreading Islam. That's what Muslims have done it since 7th century invading countries from Spain to India and beyond. Ask any Muslim on the street in any Muslim or non-Muslim country- "what is jihad " and he will tell you what I wrote above.

So your double speak of " killing of one innocent person" is like killing whole of whole humanity does not hold water because everything hinges on the definition of "innocent" and according to Islam all infidels are not innocent!!! So that's how your religion gives you permission to kill all infidels. You can't fool anybody with this circular reasoning - well may be the PC crowd of the West. Be aware, more and more people are learning the real truth about Islam.


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