I wanted to take part in a greater jihad where regardless of not having the same privileges enjoyed by a regular soldier such as their salaries,etc.---you know you are doing something for your principles and for your Lord .I think that is what’s essential---living with your beliefs and principles intact. In the end, it will be our Lord who will give us our righteous reward.

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