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THE BOOKS OF HADITH AND QURAN DISCOURAGE WAR

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Submitted by zuma (Singapore), Aug 29, 2014 at 23:19

The outbreak of war by ISIS would cause many Muslim America soliders to perish. Those Muslims that would attack them would have their destiny in hell as supported by both the Book of Hadith and Quran. Remember the war in 911 event. Suicide attack caused the entire building in America to be destoyed entirely and killed numerous Muslim American citizens. Even though Muslim extremists had succeed their plan in attacking America, their Muslim soldiers could not escape from hell due to they had killed numerous Muslim America citizens. Had they succeeded to cause many people to be converted to Muslims? Or, had they done the reverse to send many Muslims to hell? Indeed, their work had turned their whole plan upside down since they had sent many fellow Muslims to hell as a result of killing many Muslim America citizens. The same is now. The Muslim soldiers intend to attack America. They might kill many Muslim America soldiers in the war. Their destiny is predictable in Quran as well as in the book of Hadith. Hell-fire! The book of Hadith seems to give no grace even if the people called themselves to Muslims and act against the words of Quran: (Book #88, Hadith #204)-Sahih Bukhari: ['Narrated Al-Hasan: (Al-Ahnaf said:) I went out carrying my arms during the nights of the affliction (i.e. the war between 'Ali and Alsha) and Abu Bakra met me and asked, 'Where are you going?' I intend to help the cousin of Allah's Apostle (i.e. 'Ali).' Abu Bakra said, 'Allah Apostle said, 'IF TWO MUSLIMS TAKE OUT THEIR SWORDS TO FIGHT EACH OTHER, then BOTH OF THEM WILL BE from amongst THE PEOPLE OF HELL-FIRE.' It was said to the Prophet, 'It is alright for the killer but what about the killed one?' He replied, 'The Killed one had the intention to kill his opponent.'] As the phrase, two muslims take out their swords to fight each other is mentioned in this Hadith with the phrase, both of them will be...the people of hell fire, it gives the truth that the book of hadith spares not the lives of Muslims if they would kill fell Muslims. Why should they be in the hell even though they are Muslims? The extracted Quran verse, An-Nisa Chapter #4, Verse #93)-Yusuf Ali translation explains it: ['If a man kills a believer intentionally, his recompense is hell, to abide therein (For ever): And the wrath and the curse of Allah are upon him, and a dreadful penalty is prepared for him.' This statement seems not to spare the life of Muslim if he or she would kill another fellow Muslim.

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