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Answered 2011-02-27 09:13:49

Trust me it is nothing to do with Terror attack or anything like that, the extremist took it too far, Jihad if basically if some attacks you you can attack back, but only if they attack you first

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Jihad is an Arabic word that means struggle. Struggle for earning money, struggle to learn, struggle to raise your family, struggle to get better job, struggle to do good deeds for benefit of mankind, struggle not to do wrong, struggle to follow your God teachings, ... etc. It is a basic rule of life. Refer to question below for more information on Jihad in Islam.

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Jihad is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God. There are two general ways to do this, the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy. It is the Lesser Jihad which is often cast as a Holy War.

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Not necessarily. As concerns the Greater Jihad, which is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously, there should be no violence that derives from this jihad. As concerns the Lesser Jihad, this is usually in the form of warfare between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims. This jihad is almost necessarily violent, unless the actor chooses to use non-violent protest or debate as his form of jihad.


The Jihad Movement was a uniting force for Muslims. Jihad means fighting for Islam.And it was Successful.


Fanatical Muslims believe in jihad as a way of furthering their religion.


Jihad is very important when enemies attack and oppress Muslims.



Muslims believe in jihad because it is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God.However, we must clarify that there are two forms of Jihad: the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy. It is the Lesser Jihad which is often cast as a Holy War.Answer this question...


Jihad is performed by every Muslims. Refer to question below.


Jihad is a word that actually means struggle or striving. It is not related to what is called by the west as holy war. It is a deeper personal meaning for Muslims that means a struggle for spiritual discipline. In Islam it can mean the on-going internal struggle to become a better person and to work to submit to the will of Allah. refer to the related question below for more information.


Jihad is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God. There are two general ways to do this, the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy.


Jihad is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God. There are two general ways to do this, the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy.


As concerns the Greater Jihad, which is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously, there is a lot of studying, introspection, questions asked, and emotions examined. As concerns the Lesser Jihad, this is usually in the form of warfare between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims. This jihad is almost necessarily violent, unless the actor chooses to use non-violent protest or debate as his form of jihad.


There are many perspectives on what jihad is and how to properly perform the required acts. As a general rule, the Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously. This kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. As concerns the Lesser Jihad, this is usually in the form of warfare between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, but can also be performed through non-violent protests. However, there are wide-ranging views among Muslims and among Non-Muslims as to how they feel about the implementation or practices of jihad.


NO. There are two general ways to forms of Jihad: the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy. It is the Lesser Jihad which is often cast as a Holy War.


Jihad is what represents the struggles that Muslims have personally just to make god happy.


Jihad means:1) Any form of striving for what is good.2) Fighting a just fight - against those who oppress or do evil, only.Jihad does not allow the harming of innocent people.Jihad does not allow suicide.Jihad does not allow forcing people to become Muslims.Jihad does not allow us to be aggressors or oppressors. Ever.Innocent life is sacred. If Muslims fight, they can only fight those who are fighting them.


While some forms of Lesser Jihad can be holy wars in the sense of armed conflicts, not all jihads are this way.Jihad is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God. There are two general ways to do this, the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy.


Answer 1Jihad is not violence. Jihad is struggle to defend your lands and homes as well as struggle to avoid committing sins or violating Islam morals and teachings. Refer to related question below.Answer 2No. Jihad does not have to be violent. As concerns the Greater Jihad, which is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously, there should be no violence that derives from this jihad. As concerns the Lesser Jihad, this is usually in the form of warfare between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims. This jihad is almost necessarily violent, unless the actor chooses to use non-violent protest as his form of jihad.


Jihad is Holy War so if missionaries come trying to convert Muslims, then Jihad happens against them. Jihad is a fight for Allah and his Apostles.


Jihad is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God. There are two general ways to do this, the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful.The LESSER JIHAD refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy. It is the Lesser Jihad which is often cast as a Holy War.


Jihad is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God. There are two general ways to do this, the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy. It is the Lesser Jihad which is often cast as a Holy War.


All Muslims (and none Muslims) are leaders of Jihad. Jihad means struggle to get your life requirements, to defend your lands, homes, and families, and the struggle to follow good morals and religion teachings. Refer to related question below.


There are two questions here:1) What is a Jihad?Jihad is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God. There are two general ways to do this, the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy.2) Who were the Warring Factions?If this is referring to the original jihads, these were the wars by Meccans, lead by the Polytheistic Qoreish Tribe against the Medinan Confederacy of Muslims and other tribes (both Polytheists and Jews). As time has gone on there have been innumerable jihads against numerous enemies. In the Middle Ages and up to the modern day (like in the Iran-Iraq War) Muslims will even declare jihad against other Muslims if it suits them politically.


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Jihad is a tenet of Islam and a religious duty to strive in the way of God. There are two general ways to do this, the Greater Jihad and the Lesser Jihad. The Greater Jihad is an introspective journey to conquer your internal demons and follow the Divine Laws more closely than previously; this kind of jihad should be entirely peaceful. The Lesser Jihad refers to conflicts and confrontations between Muslims and Non-Muslims or other Muslims, which often erupt in war, but can also be performed through non-violent protests, debate, and advocacy.


jihad is for when enemies start war and kill muslims. unless muslims should not start any war. only defend at this case every Muslim man should participate in Jihad war. but until needed number. if enough men go to jihad other are not required



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