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Hypocrites do not want to struggle for the morality of Islam to prevail throughout the world

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Psychological Warfare Methods (http://www.psychologicalwarfaremethods.com)

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Those who give an intellectual struggle on the path of Allah will be covered with prosperity.

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New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (17 November 2012)

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New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar ( 14 December 2012)

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Even if the Last Day is to come tomorrow, we are charged with serving Islam.

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Our Prophet (saas) says; "whoever of you lives to see him, let him crawl over snow to him and join him". What is meant here is; "Do not give up your service just because the weather is cold." "If you have sensed who Mahdi (pbuh) is, if you have wholeheartedly attached yourself to the Mahdi (pbuh), you should continue your activities." That is the meaning of it. Sometimes cold weather might cause people to retract. You should not make cold, winter or the snow an excuse, you should continue your service.

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New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (2 January 2013)

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New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (7 January 2013)

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New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (21 April 2013)

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New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (14 July 2013)

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New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (12 August 2013)

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May our Lord not give any disease to those strives in the way of God. Scholars are very important. They are not people that can easily be brought up.

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We do pray for the salvation of people in Syria but the prayer done through actions is what needs to be done. God wants us to hold on to all means and actions. The Companions of our Prophet (saas) strived on the Way of God all through their lives with all they have.

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We are the servants of God who are in ignorance; God is the One Who is All-Knowing. We have no knowledge except what God has taught us.

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Concept of ‘jihad’ in the Qur’an - Turning to the Light -

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Jihad: "Jahd" means striving. These people, however, understand jihad as chopping people up. Instead of chopping up that person, would it not be better if you try to persuade that person, if you persuade that person with your ideas? When you chop that person up you would be annihilating that person, he would not have the opportunity to be a Muslim! Yet if you preach religion, if you tell them about God, they would come to believe.

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You cannot wage jihad by beheading people

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One says, “I have lived a very happy life, I have never faced any troubles all my life.” That is not a gain. First of all he won’t go to Heaven. In the Qur’an God says; “Or did you suppose that you would enter the Garden without facing the same as those who came before you?” (Surat Al-Baqara, 214) A Muslim should strive on the path of God, face difficulties and make an effort against unbelief, against the hypocrites.

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It is difficult to give a struggle against hypocrites. It is difficult to give a struggle against unbelief. It is not easy to serve Islam for God. Of course one would face hardship; that hardship beautifies Muslims. The difficulties he faced is the reason why our Prophet (saas) was so beautiful.

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What is meant by jihad in the verses of the Qur'an is struggling; an intellectual struggle, an effort, all sorts of activities. People tend to take it as if it means "hanging people and chopping them up." The fact is however, jihad is the name of the effort put on the path of God.

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God regards martyrdom as the highest form of love. That is what God likes the most. But of course the most acceptable martyrdom is attained while one is actually striving on the path of God. That is because such a person goes to war openly knowing that it is possible that he will be killed and will be martyred there. Going on a struggle on the path of God, without feeling fear, is what is most acceptable.

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A Heaven resided in by robots is not an environment God likes, God doesn't want robots. One who hasn't proven his loyalty, his patience or his courage wouldn't have a feeling of self-worth in that sense. That means he couldn't regard himself as worthy and beautiful if he didn't make sacrifices, if he didn't act generously, if he didn't strive on the path of God, if he didn't do anything to show his love.

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The Companions of our Prophet (saas) always strove for the sake of God. But the hypocrites always had excuses like ‘our houses are exposed' or ‘we would have come if we knew how’. However, if they were told that they would be given gold, they would have immediately obliged. That is because it would have served their interests. However, one's interests should always be in showing good morality; one should choose faith and reward from God instead of gold. Otherwise one would start to turn into an animal.

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If no one ever objected to us as we preached the religion, if everyone accepted everything we said, supported us, praised us, what do you think would happen in the Hereafter? The reward would be much less. But if there is objection, if you are working and making an effort despite that objection, the reward will be immense. God creates resistance, a lot of resistance, only so that Muslims will be more greatly rewarded . It is a gift of God to Muslims.

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Hypocrites tell Our Prophet (pbuh) and his companions, "If we knew how to fight, we would certainly follow you." Hypocrites intentionally make themselves appear as incompetent. Additionally, they do not want Muslims to carry out activities for the benefit of Islam. So, they also try to hinder Muslims in this regard.

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Believers find excitement in the eagerness to carry out jihad, that is to say, struggling intellectually for the sake of Islam. If the hearts of people are plagued by laziness and carelessness, they grow weary and negligent. They withdraw into themselves as they do not concern themselves with religion, fear of God, or love of God. They do not feel any excitement that will reflect on their faces.

 
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