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Jihad by Mind Map: Jihad

1. Military action in the name of Islam has not been common in the history of Islam. Scholars says most calls for violent jihad are not sanctioned by Islam

2. What is Jihad?

2.1. The arabic word for war is: "al-harb"

2.2. Jihad is an arabic word that translated to Holy War.

2.3. It means struggling or striving

2.4. It can refer to internal as well as external efforts to be a good Muslims or believer, as well as working to inform people about the faith of Islam.

2.5. it can be performed using anything from legal, diplomatic and economic to political means.

2.6. Quotes from Quran: Prophet Mohammed told his followers returning from a military campaign: "This day we have returned from the minor jihad to the major jihad," which he said meant returning from armed battle to the peaceful battle for self-control and betterment.

2.6.1. Military action is therefore only one means of jihad, and is very rare.

3. Misunderstand of Jihad

3.1. Poeple think that Jihad is a violent concept, but it is not

3.2. People think that Jihad is used as an declaration of war against other religion

3.3. The concept of jihad has been hijacked by many political and religious groups over the ages in a bid to justify various forms of violence. In most cases, Islamic splinter groups invoked jihad to fight against the established Islamic order. Scholars say this misuse of jihad contradicts Islam

3.4. People would say that Jihad is violence and extremism at worst

4. How to fix people from thinking Jihad is Bad

4.1. Start by telling people what's the real meaning of Jihad and make them understand what it actually is.

4.2. Tell them to stop thinking ISIS or any other similar organization are doing Jihad

4.3. It's quite similar to an army defending their own country

5. Issues Of Jihad

5.1. 1983 bombing of the U.S. embassy in Beirut

5.2. 1989 fatwa on British author Salman Rushdie

5.3. 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City

5.4. 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia

5.5. 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Tanzania

5.6. 2000 bombing of the USS Cole

5.7. 2004 bombings of commuter trains in Madrid

6. Group2

6.1. Yap Kah Yong(B1400158)

6.2. Saiful Khairil(B0901401)