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ISLAMISM AS RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM

Islamism/jihadism is religious term used by Muslims from the time of Prophet

Muhammad to signify an obligation of a believer to struggle. Jihad commonly referred to as a

holy war is a quranic word that has always explained the duty for Muslim struggle either

spiritually or physically in the determination towards the will of Allah

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. Key Muslim scholars

have always argued jihadism as an obligation by Muslims to fight for Allah and against Muslim

oppression by use of the sword or the ultimate sacrificing of a believer towards a Muslim

struggle in an act called mujahedeen. The word jihad originates from the Quran with 41

appearances stressing on the crucial practices that a Muslim believer is called to accomplish in

this world. The term can be used to wage a war against non believers in a measure for religious

expansion as well as territorial defense of a Muslim empire. It unites all Muslims in an obligation

to struggle in deep oneself to build a good society by fostering peace and calling against

secularism, external influences and the conservation of the Islamic culture. In the quranic hadiths

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