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19 Rabi al-Thani 1442  ,  05 December 2020

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The Term "Ghazwat" in the Prophet's Biography Includes Acts of Defense We find some preachers defending Islam, saying: “Muslims were “victors” not “invaders (ghuzat).” At the same time, we find enemies of Islam accusing Muslims of being “invaders.” Does the word “invaders” carry a negative sense as we understand it? Is it wrong to call the Mujahideen (Muslim warriors) as “invaders = ghuzat” even though, the battles which were led by the Prophet (PBUH) were called “ghazawaat = invasions” Also the Prophet says: “He who dies without having fought in the Cause of Allah or without having thought of doing so, will die with one characteristic of hypocrisy in him.” .?[Muslim] • Read More