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Which battle ended the Jihad movement?

Which battle ended the Jihad movement?

the 1977 Ogadin war
This battle ended with the 1977 Ogadin war, and it seems as if history is repeating itself, everytime the Muslims attempt to eject the occupying Christian forces, the European crusaders interfere.

When did Jihad movement start?


What is the importance of Jihad movement?

The importance of jihad is rooted in the Quran’s command to “struggle or exert” (the literal meaning of the word jihad) oneself in the path of God. The Quranic teachings have been of essential significance to Muslim self- understanding, piety, mobilization, expansion and defense.

Who was the founder of jihad movement?

Syed Ahmad Rai Barelvi
Syed Ahmad Rai Barelvi (1700-1850) is considered one of the early Muslim freedom fighters of India and a great reviver and thinker of Islam in the Indian subcontinent. He is popularly known among the Indo-Pak Islamic clergy and ulema as a “shaheed” (a martyr of Islam) who led the Mujahideen movement in India.

What were the reasons behind the spread of Islam in sub continent?

Islam came to the Southeast Asia, first by the way of Muslim traders along the main trade-route between Asia and the Far East, then was further spread by Sufi orders and finally consolidated by the expansion of the territories of converted rulers and their communities.

Why did the jihad movement start?

The modern jihadist movement emerged in the late 1970s, when several groups began campaigns to overthrow the Arab World’s regimes and establish Islamic states.

Why is the Jihad misunderstood?

Probably the most misunderstood religious word is Jihad. To Muslims, Jihad is seen as a personal, internal struggle with one’s self. The goal may be achievement in a profession, self-purification, or accomplishing some other goal. Another misconception is that the majority of Muslims is Middle Eastern.

Do the Mujahideen still exist?

Most of the mujahideen decided to remain in Chechnya after the withdrawal of Russian forces. In 1999, foreign fighters played an important role in the ill-fated Chechen incursion into Dagestan, where they suffered a decisive defeat and were forced to retreat back into Chechnya.

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