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Default Jihad according to Quran

The subject of Jihad has been discussed with particular emphasis and in considerable detail in the Quraan. There is consensus of opinion amongst researchers of the Quraan, that no other particular action has been stated in such great detail as Jihad. Allah has revealed many Surah (chapters) in the Quraan primarily to guide the believers towards this path. The subject of Jihad has been expressed in many diifferent ways, in numerous verses of the Quraan. The verses explain in detail the clear objectives and benefits of Jihad. The status of the Mujahid is honoured in the Quraan and there are many verses which warns of the dangers of leaving Jihad. There is such great emphasis of this subject, that some commentators and scholars of the Quraan have remarked that the topic of the Quraan is Jihad. The terminology of Jihad-Fi-Sabilillah, which means Jihad in the Path of Allah, has been used in the Quraan twenty-six times and the specific word, Qitaal (Fighting), used in the context of fighting in the Path of Allah, is mentioned in the Quraan seventy-nine times. There are whole Surah in the Quraan, which have been revealed, explaining the ruling and virtues of Jihad and admonishing those leaving Jihad; such as Surah Anfaal consisting of ten Rukuhs (also known as Surah Badr) and Surah Bara`ah, which consists of sixteen Rukuhs. The Surah Baqarah, Nisa and Ma,idah have large sections on the topic of Jihad and in Surah Hadeed, the weapons of Jihad is detailed. There are Surah which are named after battles, such as, Surah Ahzaab (trenches), Qitaal (fighting), Fath (victory) and Saff (rows). The title of these Surah clearly illustrates the subject matter of Jihad. In Surah `Adiyaat an oath has been taken on the horses of the Mujahideen and further in Surah Nasr, worldwide revolution and the spreading of Islam has been mentioned through Jihad. The truth is that a Muslim who reads the Quraan with devotion is determined to reach the battlefield in order to attain the reality of Jihad. It is solely for this reason that the Kuffar conspire to keep the Muslims far away from understanding the Quraan, knowing that Muslims who understand the Quraan; will not distance themselves from Jihad.
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