- Khalid Chraibi helps clarify Koranic principal: #
for violence despite proud boasts of ‘jihadis’
"This wave of violence is only marginally directed at foreign troops of occupation. The overwhelming majority of the victims are civilians who are not even individually targeted, but simply belong to a group that their adversaries have decided to attack, such as the employees of some administration, or the members of a religious group (Sunni or Shi'a)."
The video (above) treats the intervention by dozens of neighboring Nations as "US Attackers" while militant fractions unite under a "Koranic Jihad" against US forces.
And video (below) creates error of sympathy for Suicide Salafi!
Just listen to this News commentator describe the "poor, poor" Suicide Jihadi Minority!
"It is said that the Caliph Abu Bakr reminded his troops of these rules, on the eve of their departure for battle, as follows:
"Stop, O people, that I may give you ten rules for your guidance in the battlefield. Do not commit treachery or deviate from the right path. You must not mutilate dead bodies. Neither kill a child, nor a woman, nor an aged man. Bring no harm to the trees, nor burn them with fire, especially those which are fruitful. Slay not any of the enemy's flock, save for your food. You are likely to pass by people who have devoted their lives to monastic services; leave them alone."While Militants wage suicide attacks in many regions of the globe; they (first) violate the principle of sacredness of human life, as is emphasized in the "Universal Islamic Declaration of Human Rights" of 19 September 1981 (21 Dhul Qaidah 1401) which states:
"Human life is sacred and inviolable and every effort shall be made to protect it. In particular no one shall be exposed to injury or death, except under the authority of the Law."Islam also established very strict rules on how to deal with cases of murder. Capital punishment can be applied by a court of law, which respects due process.
"But, no individual is allowed to take the law into his own hands, to decide at his personal whim who is to live and who is to die, etc. Such a situation, if it were to take place, would be comparable to a state of "fitna", which is strongly denounced by Islam."The imams are also to remind the youth that, even in a situation of warfare, Islam has established very strict rules, which all parties to the conflict have to respect. These rules were observed during the life of the Prophet, with the objective of ensuring that damages were limited to what was necessary, without unnecessary destruction of life (women, civilians, old people, non-fighters) and property (trees, orchards, wells, cattle, etc.)