Jihad (noun)

A holy war or struggle in the name of Islam, or to defend the faith against non-believers. It can also refer to an internal struggle to maintain and improve oneself.

Origin:

From arabic for "struggle" or "striving".

Examples:

  1. Terrorist groups use the term "jihad" to justify their violent actions.
  2. The concept of "jihad" has been hijacked by extremist groups to justify their violent actions.
  3. Jihad can also refer to the internal struggle to improve oneself and overcome personal challenges.
  4. Jihad is often associated with violence and extremism but it's actually a broader concept that encompasses moral and spiritual striving.
  5. Jihad is not solely associated with violence, it's an effort of self-improvement and moral development.
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