Activity 1 Week 1 Portfolio History of Terrorism

Activity 1 Week 1 Portfolio History of Terrorism - Why Do...

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Unformatted text preview: Why Do Holy Terrorists Always Feel Like They Win? The concept of being a holy terrorist is enveloped in the thought that you can never be defeated. Holy terrorists have it in their mind that they can either one, die for the cause, or two kill all of the enemy. It is difficult to defeat an enemy who will stop at nothing to be victorious, while at the same time always having a sense that they are completing the mission that Allah has given to them. The Quran teaches Muslims that infidels must either convert to Islam or die. Some may argue that there are peaceful sects of Islam that don’t follow this traditions, but the Quran also teaches that you must believe all of the Quran or else you are not a Muslim. Any Muslim who does not believe that all Infidels must die, or does not believe all of the Quran is not a Muslim. It is impossible for an infidel to defeat a Muslim that believes that they are either victorious for killing the enemy or dying in the struggle. In the Quran Allah's apostle was asked, victorious for killing the enemy or dying in the struggle....
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course GSIS 100 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '11 term at Embry-Riddle FL/AZ.

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