Islamic terrorism

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Islamic terrorism is a kind of terrorism. The terrorists claim their religion, Islam, or how they interpret it is their motivation.[1]

Some Islamic scholars[source?] say that it is wrong to kill innocent people. Suicide is something the Koran states is wrong.[2] Islamic terrorist groups include Al-Qaeda, Boko Haram, and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. It is stated in the Qur'an that "You must not go too far; Allah loves not those who do."[3]"You must resist them until the persecution is done away, and prayers are only to Allah; if they cease fighting, you must not invade anyone but the unrighteous."[4]. Islamic terrorism does not exist, but what does exist is a group of people who justify their violent acts and blurry ideologies with religion and an even larger group of people with high islamophobia

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  1. Nassar, Jamal R. Globalization and Terrorism: The Migration of Dreams and Nightmares. 2005, page 87.
  2. [Qur'an 4:29]
  3. Qur'an. pp. 2:190.
  4. Qu'ran. pp. 2:193.