When suicide bombers first emerged in the Muslim world, borrowing a page from Marxist-influenced Hindu political movements of Southeast Asia, traditional scholars condemned the innovation. But soon, extremist Muslims began quoting Qur'anic verses and hadith to support violent measures as a legitimate response to intolerable social conditions and oppression. As popular support for this innovation gained ground in Palestine and Lebanon, the scholars were drowned out, and before long, even the Arabic news media adopted references to "martyrdom operations". The Prayer of the Oppressed, Hamza Yusuf,Sandala Productions, 2010, Kindle Loc. 517]
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