Jihad in Islam

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- Jihad can be divided into three.
- Meaning of Jihad
- Classification of Jihad

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Jihad in Islam

  1. 1. NORAMIRAH SHAHIRAH BINTI ADNAN DIA121045 SAKIRA BINTI SHAHJAHAN DIA121049 NUR AMIRAH BINTI MOHD NOOR DCE121277 SITI HANANI BINTI ABDUL GHANI DCE121281
  2. 2. “O you who believe! When you meet those who disbelieve, in a battlefield, never turn your backs to them. And whoever turns his back to them on such a day — unless it be a stratagem of war, or to retreat to a troop (of his own), — he indeed has drawn upon himself wrath from Allaah. And his abode is Hell, and worst indeed is that destination!” [al-Anfaal 8:16]
  3. 3. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said that running away on the day when the army is advancing is one of the sins that doom a person to Hell. He said: “Avoid the seven sins that doom a person to Hell…” among which he mentioned running away on the day when the army is advancing (agreed upon). But Allah has made exceptions in two cases: 1- When it is a military manoeuvre, in the sense that he is leaving to bring reinforcements. 2- When he is going to join another group, when he has been told that there is a group of Muslims elsewhere who are about to be defeated, so he goes to join them in order to strengthen their numbers. This is subject to the condition that there is no risk to the group he is in; if there is a risk to the group that he is in, then it is not permissible for him to go to the other group. In this case (jihad) is an individual obligation upon him (fard ‘ayn) and it is not permissible for him to leave.
  4. 4. JIHAD AL-NAFS • Jihad to control one’s self. • It means constantly trying to improve for the sake of becoming closer to Allah. JIHAD BIL ’ILM • Jihad by knowledge (intellectual) • It involves scholarly research of Islam in clearing misconceptions against Islam.
  5. 5. JIHAD BIL MAL • Jihad through wealth and property. • It is whereby jihad financially for the sake of Allah. JIHAD BIL SAIF • Jihad through arms (wars or fights) • Considered as the final solution and as an act of defense against non-Muslims if attacked.
  6. 6. Jihad means…. “physically and mentally struggling and sacrificing oneself for the sake of Allah/Islam.” Qital means…. “fighting for the cause of Allah.

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