I was criticized. It was said I am quoting the Quran all the time, making my writings one-sided. I was convinced.
Now I quote from the Bible:
Evangélium Máté szerint 10. fejezet 34-42
Matthew 10:34-42 New International Version (NIV) 34 “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. 35 For I have come to turn “‘a man against his father, a daughter against her mother, a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law— 36 a man’s enemies will be the members of his own household.’[a] 37 “Anyone who loves their father or mother more than me is not worthy of me; anyone who loves their son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. 38Whoever does not take up their cross and follow me is not worthy of me. 39Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it. 40 “Anyone who welcomes you welcomes me, and anyone who welcomes me welcomes the one who sent me. 41Whoever welcomes a prophet as a prophet will receive a prophet’s reward, and whoever welcomes a righteous person as a righteous person will receive a righteous person’s reward. 42And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones who is my disciple, truly I tell you, that person will certainly not lose their reward.”
Could be there even a longer quote, but that doesn't change the point: Jesus calls for Jihad. Because this is Jihad that the quote is about. He calls for a stand for the cause at any cost he was supposed to represent. There is a significant parallel between Muslims and Christians. We ignore the call of our Quran, just as the Christian ignore the words of Jesus above. In irony, on the Abrahamic basis we both neglect the word.
Yet Jesus and Mohammed (peace be upon them) did not sell sex magazines, nor operated brothels. If they had done so, they would have gained enormous popularity without any effort for an empty mission as it happens today. They had to struggle for something, had to suffer in the representation of the Lord for the Cause. It cannot take place without Jihad, which is the real meaning of the word and not the one what was introduced by Orientalism as holy war.
Love is a beautiful thing, patience is also, and miracles are fascinating. But what is it all about if not taking action against a corrupt phenomenon? What is it all about if there is no deed to support the fallen, to help the poor? What is it all about if the teachings are followed by support a tyrant? Because one way of distorting a Scripture is to empty it and to leave its content in form of words that are not followed by deeds.
In those days they were called prophets. But only because they lived much before Marx. If the case had taken place differently, we would have called them revolutionaries. And the movements of the post-Marx revolutionaries would be titled as Jihad. Is it not interesting? To what extent the labelling of words can affect our comprehension? And by wrapping things up, the mind is distorted.
My purpose is to demonstrate that there may be textual differences, but the goal of God is the same in all places and ages.
There is no peace in itself. There is only inner reconciliation that must be created within ourselves.
This is the Jihad of soul. If this happens on mass level, a state of "route-towards-peace" is created, but it cannot be realized without struggle.
Jézus nem egy poszter fiú, akik a keresztényeket muszlimok elleni hadjáratra vezeti, hanem Messiás, aki összehozza a keresztényeket a muszlimokkal.