عنوان مقاله [English]
In today’s world, there are two definitions of Islam or, more accurately, on both ends of the spectrum there are two main interpretations. At one end of the spectrum, a figure quite peaceful and on the other, violent interpretation of Islam raises. And violent and extremist groups who carry out explosions, destruction, terror attack or advocating violence if necessary to fall into this category.
In between the two extremes, there are various viewpoints and it seems that few Muslims believe the latter view but their influence is high. Numerous articles cite the teachings of the holy Quran and Sunnah characterizing Islam’s peaceful nature. It also cast more light on the subtle issue through elaborating the term Jihad in the Qur’an verses and the analysis of Prophet’s wars, to respond to the existing ambiguities and questions. In this article we will answer the question that if Islam is a peaceful religion and the Quran does not allow the start of any war / violence and wars were merely defending the Prophet of Islam, So why peaceful or violent interpretations of Islam are presented, and where the causes and the origins of such bias interpretations and extremisms in the Muslim world come from? Interpretations of the findings by the author demonstrating biased interpretations or violent roots in Islam dates back to Pre-Islamic era known as Arabic ignorance period. First to briefly explain the simultaneous emergence of Islam in the pagan world and violence in the period and we continue our efforts within the limits of the present paper and eventually we discuss as much as possible, the continuation of this spirit of violence in later periods of Islam.