Islam and attitudes to War . TASKS 1)How is the t erm ‘Jihad’ usually translated? 2)Explain the difference between the two kinds of jihad. 3) Think of an example of greater jihad for muslims in a non muslim country.
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1)How is the term ‘Jihad’ usually translated?
2)Explain the difference between the two kinds of jihad.
3) Think of an example of greater jihad for muslims in a non muslim country.
“If a person harms one single hair on another persons head is to Allah as though they have slaughtered the whole of humanity “ (Qur’an)
4) Describe three of the criteria that Muslim believe must be in place for a war to be a ‘just war’.
4) Explain why Muslims believe that in some situations war should be fought.
5) Read the quotation from the Qur’an at the top of p58.
6) In your own words what is the quote explaining to Muslims?.
7) Read the final sentence on p58. Why do you think some Muslims might be totally opposed to war?