Talk:Debate: Can terrorism ever be justified?
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Personally I believe terrorism should not be justified! they are not doing any favour to their religion, culture or incant people living for nothing! no were in the qur'an does it say terrorism is accepted, Muslims are ruing there religion and culture day by day! what image does that give for a Muslim? people are mixing there culture with there religion, and now are in the situation were they have turned there culture in religion? but why don't these people actually look in to the real meaning of the quran. What does the Quran say about terrorism? Muslims claim that their faith promotes justice, peace, and freedom. Critics of the faith (and some Muslims themselves) cite verses from the Quran that seem to promote violent, armed warfare. How can these different images be reconciled? The entire Qur'an, taken as a complete text, gives a message of hope, faith, and peace to a faith community of one billion people. The overwhelming message is that peace is to be found through faith in God, and justice among fellow human beings.
the quran says " If anyone slays a person - unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land - it would be as if he slew all people. And if anyone saves a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all people. Qur'an 5:32
which people could look in to it.. and forget the stupid grudge.