Ramadhan Is the Month of Jihad, Not of Sleep

Muhammad Zaki: The Muslims have never started a war. They have never initiated an attack against peaceful people. They are always the ones who are attacked. Can the fending off of aggression be considered terrorism?   (MEMRI TV)

Egyptian Al-Azhar Cleric Muhammad Zaki: Ramadhan Is the Month of Jihad, Not of Sleep 

Thanks to MEMRI TV via Pamela GELLER…. (Transcript is below the fold!)
Muslims Take Over NY Streets — NYPD Shows Them We Don’t Follow Sharia
Every visible detail about Islam is about supremacy and power, and the more the Muslim population grows in the U.S., the more we realize that Islam means submission.
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Although Muslims claim that there is no compulsion in their religion, their god says otherwise. In fact, because every aspect of Islam is obligatory, Muslims scramble to drop everything several times, which creates an inconvenience and sometimes unavoidable danger for unbelievers.

However, the NYPD wasn’t going to allow Muslim supremacists to endanger the population in order to perform their compulsory religious duties.

The New York Post reports that the NYPD went on a ticketing spree just outside the Islamic Cultural Center (mosque) located in the Upper West Side Drive on Friday. Apparently, dozens of Muslim taxi drivers and others selfishly blocked the streets so they could compulsively flock to the mosque in time for their obligatory Friday prayers.

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Egyptian Al-Azhar Cleric Muhammad Zaki: Ramadhan Is the Month of Jihad, Not of Sleep

In an address posted on the Internet on June 26, Egyptian cleric Muhammad Zaki, secretary-general of the Al-Azhar Dawa Committee, said that the Ramadhan “has never been a month for the lazy or “a month for tormenting one’s body or for sleep.” It is a month for Jihad, he said.
Following are excerpts:
Muhammad Zaki: The Muslims have never started a war. They have never initiated an attack against peaceful people. They are always the ones who are attacked. Can the fending off of aggression be considered terrorism? Or is it the legitimate right of people everywhere and anywhere? The Quran says: “Permission (to fight) has been given to those who are being fought, because they were wronged.” The Quran does not say “those who fight” but rather, “those who are being fought.” It means that the others are always the ones who initiate the fighting.

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The wars have always been asymmetric – in the number of soldiers, in equipment, in capablities, and in preparedness. Nevertheless, because they were blessed by their (Ramadhan) fasting, and due to the spiritual might gained by their fasting, which had an effect on their wounded bodies… (The fast) bestowed calm upon their hearts and souls, and strengthened their wounded bodies. Thus came the victory from Allah in the Battle of Badr, followed by the even greater victory of the conquest of Mecca, as well as the surrender of the Hawazin and Thaqif tribes, and in our day and age (sic), the vanquishing of the Mongols at Ayn Jalut, and the greatest victory over the Crusaders at Hittin, followed by the conquest of Andalusia. Ramadhan has never been a month for the lazy. It has never been a month for tormenting one’s body or for sleep. It is a month for Jihad – Jihad of the soul, Jihad against Satan, and Jihad for the sake of Allah.

2 thoughts on “Ramadhan Is the Month of Jihad, Not of Sleep”

  1. Re: “The Quran says: “Permission (to fight) has been given to those who are being fought, because they were wronged.” The Quran does not say “those who fight” but rather, “those who are being fought.” It means that the others are always the ones who initiate the fighting.”

    WHAT A PILE OF CAMEL DUNG!
    THE QUR’AN SAYS THE EXACT OPPOSITE!

    1. Any resistance to Islam, anything short of submission causes jihad. Because it forces the oppressed Muslims to eradicate unbelief. Many suras exhort the believers to fight unbelievers, so no particular reason for jihad is needed.

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