Imam Muhammad Musri, President of the Islamic Society of Central Florida stated on WFTV channel 9 News Orlando this morning that
“We ( the Islamic Society) Must Fight Back!”
While speaking about, in his words,
how ISIS is “High jacking” Islam.
However, are they in reality fighting back against this militant group of butchers that are destroying the worlds views of this religion?
Local Muslim community speaks out against actions of ISIS
However, shouldn’t this also be the duty of all
1.6 Billion believers of Islam?
Moderates Must Take Up the Call Against ISIS
Is a word of two from so few going to persuade the young Muslims to not join this gorilla group?
What if all 1.6 Billion believers in Islam
proclaimed in public
“Killing the infidels will not go well at all with their God,
ALLAH, is the God of LOVE?
Imam Muhammad Musri
Musri – Muṣaṣir (ancient city, Turkey)
Muṣaṣir ancient city, Turkey also spelled Muṣri , or Mussassir ancient city probably located near the upper Great Zab River between Lake Urmia and Lake Van in what is now Turkey
Muhammad prophet of Islam in full Abū al-Qāsim Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn ʿAbd al-Muṭṭalib ibn Hāshim 570 Mecca, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia] June 8, 632 Medina founder of the religion of Islam
imam Islam Arabic Imām (“leader,” “pattern”), the head of the Muslim community; the title is used in the Qurʾān several times to refer to leaders and to Abraham.
Infidel – (literally “unfaithful”) is a pejorative term used in certain religions for those who do not believe the central tenets of one’s own religion!
Allah Qurʾān Arabic Allāh (“God”) the one and only God in Islam. Etymologically, the name Allah is probably a contraction of the Arabic al-Ilāh, “the God.”
Gabriel archangel Hebrew Gavriʾel, Arabic Gibrāʾīl, Jabraʾil, or Jibril in the three Abrahamic religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—one of the archangels. Gabriel was the heavenly messenger
Qurʾān sacred text Arabic “Recitation” also spelled Quran and Koran the sacred scripture of Islam and, for all Muslims, the very word of God, revealed through the agency of the archangel Gabriel
jihad Islam also spelled jehad (“struggle,” or “battle”), a religious duty imposed on Muslims to spread Islam by waging war; jihad has come to denote any conflict waged for principle or belief
Hijrah, also spelled Hejira or Hijra (“Flight” or “Emigration”), Latin Hegira,
Prophet’s Mosque [Credit: Nabeel Turner—Stone/Getty Images]
the Prophet Muhammad’s migration (622 ce) from Mecca to Medina in order to escape persecution. The date represents the starting point of the Muslim era. Muhammad himself dated his correspondence, treaties, and proclamations after other events of his life
Islam religion major world religion promulgated by the Prophet Muhammad in Arabia in the 7th century ce. The Arabic term islām, literally “surrender,” illuminates the fundamental religious idea
Caliphate, the political-religious state comprising the Muslim community and the lands and peoples under its dominion in the centuries following the death (632 ce) of the Prophet Muhammad. Ruled by a caliph (Arabic khalīfah, “successor”), who held temporal and sometimes a degree of spiritual authority, the empire of the Caliphate grew rapidly through conquest during its first two centuries to include most of Southwest Asia, North Africa, and Spain. Dynastic struggles later brought about the Caliphate’s decline, and it ceased to exist with the Mongol destruction of Baghdad in 1258
Muhammad, in full Abū al-Qāsim Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn ʿAbd al-Muṭṭalib ibn Hāshim (born 570, Mecca, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia]—died June 8, 632, Medina), founder of the religion of Islam, accepted by Muslims throughout the world as the last of the prophets of God.
Prophecy, in religion, a divinely inspired revelation or interpretation. Although prophecy is perhaps most commonly associated with Judaism and Christianity, it is found throughout the religions of the world, both ancient and modern.
In its narrower sense, the term prophet (Greek prophētēs, “forthteller”) refers to an inspired person who believes that he has been sent by his god with a message to tell. He is, in that sense, the mouthpiece of his god. In a broader sense, the word can refer to anybody who utters the will of a deity, often ascertained through visions, dreams, or the casting of lots;