Sunday, 8 June 2014

Pakistani Terrorists Need to Learn About Islam

Karachi, Pakistan (CNN) -- Militants attacked Pakistan's largest and busiest airport on Sunday, killing four military commandos and leaving some passengers stuck in sealed-off areas as violence erupted, a senior Pakistani official said.

At least six militants were killed in clashes at Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, but some remain on the loose, police Inspector General Iqbal Mehmood said.

Pakistani terrorists need to learn about Islam. Committing terrorists acts such as 9/11 is not allowed according to Sharia:

Here we see Abdal Hakim Murad's 10 second comment destroy the Islamophobes' false narrative of 'Islam preaches terrorism'. He states, according to Sharia, terrorism is classified as Hiraba (Hirabah) which is punishable by death. Thus we learn, Sharia is against terrorism.

Adal Hakim Murad Destroys Islamophobes' Big Terrorism Lie in 10 seconds!

What is Hirabah?

The term hirabah refers to public terrorism in a war against society and civilization.  In legal terminology it is defined as “spreading mischief in the land,” but its precise meaning, as defined by Professor Khalid Abou el Fadl, is “killing by stealth and targeting a defenseless victim in a way intended to cause terror in society.”  This is the Islamic definition of terrorism.  It is the very opposite of jihad.
The term hirabah comes from the root hariba, a verb that means to become angry and enraged.  By derivation the nown harb (pl. hurub) means variously “war” and “enemy.” 
[Dr. Robert D. Crane, Hirabah versus Jihad,]

AlShabaab and Alqaeda, why they commit terrorism - Asghar Bukhari:

Muslims against terrorism

Christians having dreams and converting to Islam:

Invitation to Islam

Jesus taught people to do the Will of God (according to Mark 3:35) in order to become his brothers, mothers or sisters. A Muslim means one who submits to the Will of God. Do you want to become a brother/sister of Jesus? If yes, become a Muslim.

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