How I joined a jihad training

How I joined a jihad training

" How I joined a jihad training Where it all begins In the late 1990s, my family moved back to Lahore from Saudi Arabia. I was enrolled at an elite boarding school, where I would meet our 9th grade Islamic Studies teacher, a stocky man with a flowing orange beard, always dressed in a spotless white shalwar kameez and a black waistcoat. He claimed to have fought against the Soviets in the 80s. He regaled us with stories from his time as a Mujahideen fighter in Afghanistan. His lectures had little to do with our syllabus, and included colourful, emotional sermons on the devilry of Hindus, Christians and Jews, as well as Sufis, Shias, Ahmadis, and whoever he considered to be heretics, polytheists and kafirs. He often said that a ‘momin’ is one who carries the Quran in his right hand and a sword in his left; the sword to cut off his enemies’ heads. "

Dated : 01/01/1970, 00:00 AM

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