I asked for what ISIS did and that does not conform to the Koran and the sunna
Driving cars. Using automatic weaponry. Burning Oilfields. Telephone. Mobile Phone. Covering their faces to conceal identity. Dressing prisoners in Orange killing non-muslim people are not prohibited (haram)
ISIS never never took Muslim girls from other countries, it's impossible
hacking for me is attack of civilian caravans
About Muslim girls who go to Syria, see Ibn Ishaq, "The life of Muhammad" by A. GUILLAUME page 509 (the women who emigrated). Furthermore Muhammed violating the treaty of Hudaybiyya
Quran and Sunnah do not deny anything in your list, but permit : Driving cars (camels) Using (automatic) weaponry. Burning (Oil)fields. Changing their faces to conceal identity (in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nakhla_raid
. killing people. Hacking.
Islam is not a religion of peace, if you want to know why , see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOPhr0UQ9wc
In islam, there is no mercy and kindness with non muslims
I don't watch scholar videos unless they are live and interactive, or female. So thanks for the bearded links but you can watch them yourself. Knock yourself out.
There are British Muslim girls who went missing in highly publicized cases because they were given money and directions by ISIS handlers and they were not seen by their parents again and nor were their parents consulted on their engagements. How did you not see this on the news?
Quran and Sunnah do not mention any of the things I listed. You make them permissible by verses on war and etc, but they are not permitted nor even addressed anywhere in Quran and Sunnah. What you make permissible I can make haram.
I can take Hadith about being kind to animals and expand the meaning to ban automatic weaponry. I can take verse on not spreading chaos and use it to make all harmful acts haram. You can take your verses and use them however you want to. It says far more about you than it does about Islam.
This is the point where people start to explain that only scholars can interpret verse, and then we have a scholar war. After quoting from a scholar one of us then states why that scholar is unacceptable or has changed his mind on the meaning and therefore this fatwa cannot be used.
Then one of us remembers that Quran is supposed to be simple, for all to understand, and perhaps we can skip the scholars and resolve the issue ourselves from Quran. We can then have a war of verses - but that puts us into one of the domains of the newer movements.
You are taking what you like best from Islamic canon and claiming there is nothing to the contrary. But there is. There are plenty of verses on being kind and doing good and plenty of rulings on how to conduct oneself responsibly. Shooting people and burning oilfields and stealing people is not good nor kind. So why ignore all the verses on living peacefully? To further your aims. Why do you wish to believe Islam promotes only violence and strict interpretations that can only be relaxed if more harm needs to be done (taking drugs to fight)? That is only a question that you can answer. Why do you wish Islam to be a religion of harm? Why do you ignore the rest of the faith, as if it had no meaning, no application?