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29:64 "This worldly life is no more than play and amusement. But the Hereafter is indeed the real life, if only they knew."

فلان 08/14/2022 (Sun) 05:10:18 ID: e9ea39 No.481
What is /Islam/s perspective on fundamentalism, is it based, will you wage jihad one day? .
Of course public affairs should be ordered around Islamic guidance. Secular politicians have no concept of God's sovereignty, so they think they can do what they want. "So fear not mankind, but fear Me. And do not sell My revelations for a little gain. Whoso judgeth not by that which Allah hath revealed: such are disbelievers." Al Ma'idah 5:44
>>481 >What is /Islam/s perspective on fundamentalism, is it based, Fundamentalism is defined as: A usually religious movement or point of view characterized by a return to fundamental principles, by rigid adherence to those principles, and often by intolerance of other views and opposition to secularism. Islam is a religion based on proof and evidence from the Qur'an and Sunnah as was understood by the Prophet صلى الله عليه وآله وصحبه وسلم and the sahabah. Islam is NOT a religion of personal or cultural opinions. The goal of Islam is to implement what one can from the core fundamental principles correctly without deviation. So a rigid, or rather, strict adherence to the Truth is obligatory. As for intolerance, yes, the Muslim loves what Allah loves and Hates what Allah hates for the sake of Allah. Are we intolerant of crime and criminals, yes, intolerant of the violation of sanctity of Allah and the ultimate nature of the reality established by Him, yes. And Islam is absolutely opposed to secularism. A Muslim that claims otherwise is either an ignoramus, a hypocrite or a total disbeliever. >will you wage jihad one day? . Every human being engages in jihaad (struggle) daily which means the Muslim is in a perpetual state of jihaad I wage a jihaad waking up in the morning I wage a jihad in being patient with retards in person and online I wage a jihaad to wash the dishes when I just want to go to sleep Life is a jihaad But, you are referring to the struggle of warfare, will we? Who knows, if civil war broke out, we really have no choice. Anyone that wants to go to war is a fool to begin with and is usually virtue signaling No human being actually wants to go to war, so I won't wage a struggle, or a war with anyone because I like to be left alone, but I will fight you if I have to, because there is no other option, but at this point, if you die, you brought it upon yourself for pushing me into a fight
Taliban seems to be the only government that takes Islam seriously so far. These are supposed "Sharia Law" countries: >The total number of divorces in 2017 could be 40 to 45 percent of the total number of marriages [in Saudi Arabia], which was put at 159,386, in the same year. >english.alarabiya.net/life-style/art-and-culture/2018/02/10/A-rundown-on-reasons-for-rising-divorce-rate-in-Saudi-Arabia- >The alarm has been sounded again in Kuwait after figures for 2017 show that around 60 per cent of Kuwaiti marriages have ended in divorce. >gulfnews.com/world/gulf/kuwait/alarm-sounded-as-divorce-rate-in-kuwait-reaches-60-1.2030151 >More than half of all Emirati couples in Abu Dhabi — 62 per cent — face divorce within the first four years of marriage, according to research conducted by the Department of Community Development. >gulfnews.com/uae/62-of-emirati-couples-in-abu-dhabi-face-divorce-within-first-four-years-of-marriage-research-shows-1.80952239
>>538 Love your answer. >Anyone that wants to go to war is a fool to begin with and is usually virtue signaling reminded me of the tacticool operators that joined the war in Ukraine only to realize it woulsn't exactly be the video game experience they expected it to be https://youtube.com/watch?v=TCbD4WBqPg4 >>611 >Taliban seems to be the only government that takes Islam seriously so far. Which is saying something, since their implementation isn't that strict(ly faithful to Shariah) Divorce however is not frowned upon in Islam, and can sometimes be the best resolution to an incompatible union. Zayd ibn Haritha divorced who would later become a Mother of the Believers. Who is to blame in this affair ? Can anything bad be said about these Sahaba ? Imo we should avoid regarding divorce with the same contempt as Catholics. It goes without sasying that when children are involved, the impact a divorce can (and will) have on them should be the principal consideration, before the parents' "happiness" or desires
>>481 My opinion is simple, I think we must respect the Koran to the letter... who are we to determine whether Allah has put it into context or not. If Allah told us to fight the Kufars then so be it. I am and have dedicated my life to Allah. I swore to Him that I would die for this cause. Allah alone knows what He has in store for me in relation to our war against the Kufars.
>>978 Allah swt strengthen you beloved brother

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