Muslims: Has their fervor gone too far?

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Religion

 

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Carl W

 

Date added:

March 9, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Most when first looking or hearing this question would answer it no definitely not, but have they really had time to discern what the person is asking and what the circumstances are? When you look at the question and what it is posing a little more closely you can see to some degree it is justifiable and to some degree it obviously isn't...
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The reasoning behind saying that to a certain degree it is justifiable is that if you look at the motives they claim then you will see that it is no different than those that Christians claim when they go and preach the gospel around the world. Most Islamic people claim that the motives behind their "martyrdom-seeking operations" (suicide bombings) are them spreading their beliefs and that this is the way they will get to heaven, so technically their motives can be said to be justifiable...
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