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Title: Study of factors lead to misconceptions of jihad mentioned in Quran and suggestions: field research in 4 communities of mosques in Kg. Hulu Pangsun, Taman Mesra, and Taman Sejati, Hulu Langat Kajang, Selangor
Authors: Mohd Nasaruddin Hussein
Keywords: Jihad
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: The objective of this discriptive research is to find out the factors that contribute to the misconceptions of Jihad which eventually lead to the involvement with IS. They claimed they are involved with Jihad in the cause of Allah. The aspects that are discussed in detail in the research include both internal and external factors that strongly influenced the society. Besides they also stated that Jihad by means of weapons is the only way to uphold Islam. Among the factor seen to be dominant is there is no knowledge or the lack of knowledge about Jihad as stated in the Quran and Hadith. Furthermore, the background of education and socio-economic status of a family are also taken into account. The effects of social media like Facebook, journals,Twitter and Instagram play important roles in influencing a person to join IS. The great impact of misconceptions of Jihad can cause instability to happen in a country. The latest cases include suicide bombings, kidnapping and the killing of each other among Islam. These are all discussed in this research. The findings of this research might be able to help the society to understand the meanings of true Jihad base on the Al Quran and Hadith, and thus avoid themselves from joining IS after knowing the root of it.
Description: Thesis (M.A)--Faculty of Quranic and SUnnah Studies, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, 2016
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my:80/jspui/handle/123456789/16036
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