Egyptian Cleric Mostafa Al-Adwy: Turn About is Not Fair Play
Rather, turn away is fair play.
We see in Memri (May 16-31, 2015), Clip No. 4947, that "Egyptian Cleric Mostafa Al-Adwy Explains Jihad, States: Christians Cannot Promote Their Religion in Muslim Countries":
[As for defensive jihad against an invader,] the Muslims must fight this enemy, or serve the people fighting, so that they can continue their Jihad . . . . Offensive Jihad, on the other hand, occurs when we want to conquer some country. May Allah facilitate the Muslim conquest of all the infidel countries. In offensive Jihad, we raid a country. If we call upon them to convert to Islam and they refuse, we raid their country, in order to oust their leaders, and usher people in droves into Islam . . . . [As for the Christian, his religion] is false to begin with . . . . I am a Muslim, and . . . talk . . . in the language dictated by my religion . . . . I have [divine] orders. I do not have an opinion of my own in this. Allah said: "Fight them so there will be no strife."That's quite clear, then. Al-Adwy admits he doesn't think for himself, but only follows the "dictates" of his religion, which he says encourages the spread of Islam - either through persuasion or through offensive jihad - but doesn't allow Christians to spread their religion..
Most interesting of all, he makes no attempt to hide the fact that "jihad" is used primarily to mean war, and thus differs to little or no degree from how the Shariah judges of the Islamic State interpret Islamic law.