What would Allah say about Muslims exploding Muslims?
What would Allah say?
It isn’t clear that he would say, “Stop it.”
““Fight in the cause of God those who fight you, but don’t transgress limits; for God loves not the transgressor ... And fight them on until there is no more oppression, and there prevails justice and faith in God; but if they cease let there be no hostility except to those who practice oppression”(Koran 2: 190-193)
Muslim scholars are of the opinion that war is permitted in self defense, when other nations have attacked an Islamic state, or if another state is oppressing a section of its own people. However, this is only a part of Jihad that Muslims are allowed to practice. A greater Jihad is struggle against one’s own inner self.”
“Sunni Islam ( /ˈsuːni/ or /ˈsʊni/) is the largest branch of Islam. Sunni Muslims are referred to in Arabic as ʾAhl ūs-Sunnah wa āl-Ǧamāʿah (Arabic: أهل السنة والجماعة, "people of the tradition [of Muhammad] and the community") or ʾAhl ūs-Sunnah(Arabic: أهل السنة) for short; in English, they are known as Sunni Muslims, Sunnis or Sunnites.”
The followers of both factions subscribe to assassination and terroristic bombing of one another in the name of Allah. What would Alah tell them about this despicable behavior?
“Suicide bomber kills 53 Shiite pilgrims near Basra
By Dan Morse and Aziz Alwan, Updated: Saturday, January 14, 7:30 AM
BAGHDAD — A suicide bomber detonated himself among a group of Shiite pilgrims Saturday morning near the southern Iraqi city of Basra, killing at least 53 in the latest attack against Shiite civilians walking to shrines in recent days, according to security officials.
The blast, which injured another 137, comes as sectarian tensions already are rising in Iraq amid a national political crisis between Shiite and Sunni leaders and previous bombings in both Shiite and Sunni areas.
At 10:45 a.m. Saturday, the man, disguised in a military uniform, struck five miles west of Basra, which is about 360 miles southeast of Baghdad. Many of the wounded are in “very critical” condition, said Lt. Col. Jassim Lefta, a provincial police official. Among those killed were eight women and three children, Lefta said.
The lieutenant colonel said surviving pilgrims accused the police of not protecting them well enough. Iraqi army soldiers arrived to try to prevent further attacks, Lefta said.
Dr. Riyad Abdulameer, a leading health official in the Basra province, put the number of dead at 53.”