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The Prophet killed bad Muslims, who had refused to join his jihadi war. Our good Muslim brothers in Pakistan are emulating this Sunna...


The Quran (2:216) clearly says fighting in jihad war is ordained for Muslims.

Fighting jihad (and killing kuffar) for Allah is ordained for you. It is in your best interest even if you hate it.

Any Muslim disobeying this order of Allah for waging jihad against the kafirs is to be punished because he is a kafir.

Quran 9.38:

You who believe! What is the matter with you, that when you are asked to march forth for jihad for Allah, you cling heavily to the earth?

Quran 9.39:

If you will not go forth to fight in the cause of ALLAH, you will be given a painful punishment.

It is the duty of a Muslim to kill kuffar:

9.5 Kill kuffar wherever you find them.

Mashallah, True Muslims of Pakistan are Conducting Jihad on Kafir Muslims

See it in this video:

 

It is a Sunna to Kill Kafir Muslims While They Pray in Mosques  

366 killed in 7 attacks targeting mosques in 2009, over 50 mosques destroyed in last 8 years.

Attackers claim they are following Sunna

By Amir Mir; 7 December 2009

LAHORE: Claiming responsibility for the Friday’s mosque attack, the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) said the Parade Lane mosque was similar to Masjid-e-Zarrar that was built in Madina by the munafiqeen, and was “demolished on the orders of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)”.

At least 366 Pakistanis have been killed while praying and 901 injured in the first 11 months of the year 2009 in seven bloody incidents of terrorism across Pakistan, targeting mosques with the help of suicide bombers as well as explosive-laden vehicles.

According to the available data, over 50 mosques have been targeted since 9/11 either by the Pakistani Taliban or like-minded jehadi groups like the Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP), Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), Harkatul Jehadul Islami (HUJI), Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Jamaatul Furqaan claiming it is a sunna…

The December 4, 2009 armed attack targeting the parade ground mosque in the garrison town of Rawalpindi, which killed 44 people including 17 children, was the latest in the series. In one of the worst incidents of terrorism in recent years, a group of six fidayeen attackers, belonging to Tehrik-e-Taliban, stormed the crowded Parade Land Askari Mosque close to the General Headquarters of the Pakistan Army during Friday prayers and sprayed gunfire at worshippers besides throwing hand grenades.