Originally posted by iBleedSovietR3D
Your missing the entire point of the OP, kid the reason? The JIHAD. There have been two jihads in the past where huge amounts of the world were invaded and taken over. There are suppoaed to be three jihads with this one "the final and third" which is supposed to be succesful in world take over
You have qbsoloutly the foggiest about the jihad. AND LIKE IVE SAID A HUNDRED TIMES BEFOE THIS THREAD ISNT ABOUT ISLAM ITS ABOUT THE JIHAD
Originally posted by trailertrash
reply to post by iBleedSovietR3D
"Jihad" is a term which indicates personal struggle to overcome the ways of the world in favor of a higher spiritually. It has been taken to mean violence against others recently though. If you were better educated you'd know that.edit on 12-7-2011 by trailertrash because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by mike_trivisonno
reply to post by mehforfun
Well, there is mistake number one: never learn about Islam from a muslim. To learn about Islam study the military conflicts, not the ramblings of their "religious" leaders.
Just 10 days after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Rais Bhuiyan was working at a gas station in Dallas when he was shot in the face by a man named Mark Stroman.
Stroman was on a shooting spree, targeting people who appeared to be Muslim or of Middle Eastern descent. Stroman is due to be executed July 20; Bhuiyan, the only survivor of the attacks, is fighting to save his life.
"I opened the cash register, offered him the cash, and requested him not to shoot me," Bhuiyan tells weekends on All Things Considered host Laura Sullivan. "In reply he asked me, 'Where are you from?' And the question seemed strange to ask during a robbery. And I said, 'Excuse me?' And as soon as I spoke, I felt the sensation of a million bees stinging my face, and then heard an explosion."
"I had to go through several surgeries and finally the doctor could save the eye, but the vision is gone, and I'm still carrying more than 35 pellets on the right side of my face," he says. "Once I touch my face, my skull, I can feel it's all bumpy. It took several years to go through all these painful surgeries one after another one."
Despite the difficulties, Bhuiyan looked to his faith in order to find forgiveness.
"According to my faith in Islam, there is no hate, no killing. It doesn't allow anything like that," says Bhuiyan. "Yes, Mark Stroman did a horrible thing, and he brought a lot of pain and disaster, sufferings in my life. But in return I never hated him."
"I strongly believe executing him is not a solution. We will just simply lose a human life without dealing with the root cause, which is hate crime," Bhuiyan says.
"In Islam it says that saving one human life is the same as saving the entire mankind. Since I forgave him, all those principles encouraged me to go even further, and stop his execution and save another human life."
Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
Clearly the US constitution is saying to use arms on the enemy.
Originally posted by TheUniverse
I want to make a thread attacking the Crusade in the Middle-East.
Originally posted by TheUniverse
The one little difference here though is one isn't funded by the CIA (Taliban, Al-Qaeda)
Again, if the government pulled it off, it still makes the Muslims out to be monsters because even if they didn't pull it off, they're taking credit for it and celebrating the fact.