not? And to those who claim that Jihad in Islam is still viable or acceptable today, meaning it has never been abrogated by any verse within the Quran, do they have their Quranic and Hadith backups? And to Christians or non-muslims who vehemently reject the issue of Jihad from the Islamic perspective, especially the Jihad of arms struggles, is it a misconception of the Islamic subject on Jihad or is it the lack of the knowledge
of the Quran and Hadith’s teaching about the subject, or are
they only coming from the Christian perspective of the New Testament? By ignoring the Old Testament aspect of the Holy War which are almost alike with that of the Muslim Jihad of Holy war in the Quran and the Hadith.
The World View Misconception of Jihad
The subject of Jihad in both the Quran and the Hadiths is not a subject of confusion or controversies but an issue of understanding the subject in its context. The interpretation of the subject in its context and the application of the subject in its context by individual Muslims or the entire Muslim community at large. The issue here is this, whether Muslims, Christians or other non-muslims understand or misunderstand the subject of Islamic Jihad in these four perspectives of Jihad or not, the Quran and the Hadiths are all clear about the subject. But whether Muslims or non-muslims, the issue of Jihad should not be narrowed to some