My Firstly, we must start by the ultimate

My thesis seeks to integrate and develop the concept of the long-life march of political Islam from the early 1700s to the current year.

In the 21st century we have been accustomed of familiarizing the Muslim culture to the brutal perspective to which a very small portion call themselves Muslims, Terrorists or extremist groups. From their inner beliefs of salalfi-jihadism to the golden age of Islam and the proclamation of a “New  Caliphate”. Firstly, we must start by the ultimate concept of what constitutes Islam. Indeed, Islam means “submission,” deriving from the word that means “peace”, a submission of our inner will and strength to follow a certain life to get rewarded in the afterlife.

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 The term Muslim means “one who submits to Allah.”  We must never undermine what are the push factors which constitute a believer and this come to two main subtopics which are of equal importance. The first one is “jihad” when it comes to our thoughts, we generate controversy and dilemmas, due to a simple reason of terrorist jihad. Nonetheless in other words “ji­had” even though it has numerous different significances in Islam. As a matter of fact, now a-days there are two billion Muslims worldwide and we are accustomed to naturally link the term “ji­had” to just a limited and straightforward meaning of a violent behavior which constitutes fear and chaos, as a result could be seen in the eyes of Muslims as a sign of ignorance and blasphemy.

None the less, the term is widely used in the Arab and Muslim world simultaneously both by supporters and critics to indicate groups that use religiously motivated violence to achieve their political goals which makes it a very difficult paradox of antagonist views. The term Jihad incarnates three different kinds of inner struggles: A believer’s internal struggle to live out the Muslim faith as well as possible, the struggle to build a good Muslim society, Holy war: the struggle to defend Islam.  Muslim world  is composed of  two factions shia and sunni, Sunni Muslims make up an 85 percent majority of Muslims all over the world, The differences between Sunni and Shia Muslims arose from a disagreement over the choice of Muhammad’s successor and subsequently acquired broader political significance. My thesis seeks to integrate and develop the concept of the long-life march of political Islam from the early 1700s to the current year. In the 21st century we have been accustomed of familiarizing the Muslim culture to the brutal perspective to which a very small portion call themselves Muslims, Terrorists or extremist groups.

From their inner beliefs of salalfi-jihadism to the golden age of Islam and the proclamation of a “New  Caliphate”. Firstly, we must start by the ultimate concept of what constitutes Islam. Indeed, Islam means “submission,” deriving from the word that means “peace”, a submission of our inner will and strength to follow a certain life to get rewarded in the afterlife.  The term Muslim means “one who submits to Allah.”  We must never undermine what are the push factors which constitute a believer and this come to two main subtopics which are of equal importance.

The first one is “jihad” when it comes to our thoughts, we generate controversy and dilemmas, due to a simple reason of terrorist jihad. Nonetheless in other words “ji­had” even though it has numerous different significances in Islam. As a matter of fact, now a-days there are two billion Muslims worldwide and we are accustomed to naturally link the term “ji­had” to just a limited and straightforward meaning of a violent behavior which constitutes fear and chaos, as a result could be seen in the eyes of Muslims as a sign of ignorance and blasphemy. None the less, the term is widely used in the Arab and Muslim world simultaneously both by supporters and critics to indicate groups that use religiously motivated violence to achieve their political goals which makes it a very difficult paradox of antagonist views. The term Jihad incarnates three different kinds of inner struggles: A believer’s internal struggle to live out the Muslim faith as well as possible, the struggle to build a good Muslim society, Holy war: the struggle to defend Islam.  Muslim world  is composed of  two factions shia and sunni, Sunni Muslims make up an 85 percent majority of Muslims all over the world, The differences between Sunni and Shia Muslims arose from a disagreement over the choice of Muhammad’s successor and subsequently acquired broader political significance.

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