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MISCONCEPTIONS OF JIHAD IN ISLAM] The common Misconceptions related to Jihad Name: - Muneeb ur Rehman Registration Number : - FA20-BCS-072 Course title: - Islamic studies Assignment No.: 3 Submitted by: -Muneeb ur Rehman Submitted to: - Ume Farwa ISLAMIC STUDIES PROJECT
ISLAMIC STUDIES PROJECT Content list 1. Islam-A religion of peace 2. The real meaning of Jihad in light of Quran and sunnah 3. Why Jihad has been exploited in wrong way by Western 4. The Misconception and Misused of The Word Jihad in Islam To Terrorism 5. Difference between Jihad and terrorism 6. Extremism and terrorism condemned by Islam 7. Importance and need of Jihad in Islam 8. Conclusion and recommendations Objectives of the study To identify jihad as an important pillar of Islam To Define Jihad in Islamic way of God To Identify Jihad for peace not for Chaos.
ISLAMIC STUDIES PROJECT Introduction The word ‘Islam’ literally means ‘Peace and surrender to the will of Allah the Creator’. Islam is the religion of peace and prosperity. But unfortunately, this idea has been hijacked by lots of extremists. Islam, as a faith, means total and sincere mastermind to Allah, so that one can live in peace. Peace (Salam in Arabic, Shalom in Hebrew) is achieved through active obedience to the revealed commandments of Allah (SWT). People just don’t try to explore things on their own they believe what others tell them like they don’t know about Quran and they don’t have to listen what this Holy book has to say. If people knew real meaning of Islam then There will be a lot less misconceptions about this beautiful religion of peace. Understanding the definition of Muslim If we look forward to understanding the definition of a Muslim or believer, which is mentioned in the Holy Quran and Hadith, it is exposed, as an evidence that in the sight of Allah (SWT) and His messenger (SAW), a Muslim is, that who represents the security and peace, and a Mumen (true Muslim) is, the one, who has the affection, love, tranquility, peace, tolerance, and coexistence in his/her nature and heart for others and gives significance to the dignity of the human beings and do not collectively and individually harm the people in any case. Abu Huraira (RA) articulated that, the Messenger of Allah (SWT) said, “the Muslim is he from whose tongue and hand all people are safe”. In Islam the killing of one person is like the killing of all humanity. Read it again all humanity. It is considered a great sin in Islam. Therefore, A real Muslim will never ever commit such a big sin. Therefore, Islam does not allow to point a weapon towards the believer and disbeliever, if someone committed this cursed act, the Hell will be his place hereafter.

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