JIHAD BY THE QURAN
DEFINITION: Struggle in Islam is called and seek peace and security and safety.
Unless AtTaubah all chapter begins with a towering: two-asthma
Bismallah (name or nature of) God of
Ar-Rahman and Ar-Rahim (the Mercifulmeans and Most Merciful).
Al-Quran to accommodate the message that Allah is all merciful creatures. But the man is the special creation of God because it is just that willing to accept His revelation (holy book) and became the caliph (the administrator and the trustee in the land).
Among the purposes of Islam is submission to the entire body and soul to God Almighty. One of the characteristics of Allah is As-Salam which means peace and secure. So as a servant of Allah, Muslims display a peaceful atmosphere and for all humanity.
God commands Muslims no to do wrong amar nahi maaruf (adopted and sent to the good and avoiding and preventing abomination). To perform this task in earnest, so Islam shows the concept of 'jihad'.
Jihad is derived from the verb 'jahada', which means working hard to full-body and soul to achieve success in the way of Allah (fisabilillah).
In the Quran, jihad is very broad sense, the external trade up mind, from business to family, community and national and international which leads to a peaceful and secure.
So, how can the meaning of jihad terrorism? In
in the Qur'an never mentioned about aggression or invasion or
Muslim terrorism as a strategy.
look at this latest foxnews :
Ding ask: Do you call this as Jihad???
American Fighting for Somali Terror Group Records Jihad Rap,
Gives His Mom Hope
Published April 12, 2011
An online video purportedly posted by an American from Alabama who joined Somalia's most dangerous militant group has given the man's mother hope that he is still alive amid heavy fighting in Mogadishu.
Debra Hammami told the Mobile Press-Register that she and her husband have not received official word from the U.S. government regarding their son, Omar Hammami, who grew up in the middle-class town of Daphne, Ala., and joined the Al Qaeda-linked Somali militants in 2007 while he was in his early 20s, becoming the most high-profile American member of Al Shabaab. He took the nom de guerre of Abu Mansur al-Amriki, or "the American."
"We're just hoping and praying that he will come to see things differently," she told the newspaper. "It's just God and a lot of prayers."
A jihadist website posted two songs over the weekend in which Hammami raps that he wants to die a martyr. He cites previous militant leaders killed by U.S. military action like Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the former leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq, and Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, a militant killed in a U.S. commando raid in rural southern Somalia in September 2009.
The two songs are titled "Send Me a Cruise (missile)" and "Make Jihad With Me."
Somalia's defense minister told The Associated Press last month that intelligence reports indicated that Hammami may have been killed during an anti-insurgent offensive. But the minister said the reports weren't confirmed.
Though Hammami appears to still be alive, his lyrics yearn for death.
"There's nothing as sweet as the taste of a tank shell," he says in one song, according to a . "It was a beautiful day, when that predator paradise missile sent me on my way."
Hammami has starred in previous jihadist videos that showed him rapping and running with gun-wielding fighters. He was indicted in the U.S. for his role in Al Shabaab in August. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said then that Hammami "has assumed an operational role in that organization."
Hammami's parents -- Debra, a Southern Baptist from Alabama, and Shafik Hammami, a Syrian immigrant -- told the Mobile Press-Register that they do not know why their son turned away from the typical suburban upbringing they provided.
"We really don't know what the future hold, and we don't uphold what he's been doing," Debra Hammami told the newspaper.