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How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
How to perform da’wa
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  • 1. How to perform Da’waSharafuddin B SDA’WA WINGINDIAN MUSLIM ASSOCIATION (IMA),KUWAITDATE 31 DEC 2004
  • 2. SOME QURANIC TERMS
  • 3. Da’waInvite (all) to the Way of thy Lord with wisdomand beautiful preaching; and argue with themin ways that are best and most gracious:16:125
  • 4. WitnessingThus, have We made of you an Ummat justlybalanced, that ye might be witnesses over thenations, and the Messenger a witness overyourselves.2:143
  • 5. Preaching (Tableeg)O Messenger. proclaim the (message) whichhath been sent to thee from thy Lord. If thoudidst not, thou wouldst not have fulfilled andproclaimed His mission. And Allah will defendthee from men (who mean mischief). 5:67
  • 6. Enjoining righteousness andforbidding evilYe are the best of peoples, evolved formankind, enjoining what is right, forbiddingwhat is wrong, and believing in Allah..3:110
  • 7. Universality of Islam Universal God Universal Book Universal Messenger
  • 8. Universal GodFirst Chapter of Quran starts with the versepraise be to Allah, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the worlds.Quran ends with the verse:Say: I seek refuge with the Lord and Cherisher of Mankind. TheKing (or Ruler) of Mankind. The Allah (for judge) of Mankind114:1-3
  • 9. Universal Book10:57 O mankind! there hath come to you a directionfrom your Lord and a healing for the (diseases) inyour hearts,- and for those who believe, a guidanceand a Mercy.Ramadan is the (month) in which was sent down theQuran, as a guide to mankind. 2:185
  • 10. Universal MessengerWe have not sent thee but as a universal(Messenger) to men, giving them glad tidings,and warning them (against sin), but most menunderstand not
  • 11. Concern of Prophet for ‘Dawa’How then if We brought from eachpeople a witness, and We broughtthee as a witness against thesepeople! 4:41
  • 12. Crime of concealmentAh! who is more unjust than those who concealthe testimony they have from Allah. but Allahis not unmindful of what ye do!2:140
  • 13. SCENES OF DA’WA IN QURAN
  • 14. Father Preaching his sonNoah called out to his son, who had separatedhimself (from the rest): "O my son! embarkwith us, and be not with the unbelievers!"11:42
  • 15. Preaching in PrisonO my two companions of the prison! (I ask you):are many lords differing among themselvesbetter, or the One Allah, Supreme andIrresistible
  • 16. Man from suburbs preaching urbanelitesThen there came running, from the farthest partof the City, a man, saying, "O my people!Obey the apostles: 36:20
  • 17. Some other examples Preaching in Palace King preaching to a queen
  • 18. Concern for the relevant socialproblemsProphet Saleh: Against community of Tamud building mansionwhen people are suffering from povertyProphet Lot: Against homosexualityProphet Shuaib: Against the malpractice of tampering with weightand measures by Madyan peopleProphet Saleh: Against PovertyProphet Moosa: Against enslaving Bani Israel by Firoun.
  • 19. Some TechniquesBe Polite, both of you, to Pharaoh, for he has indeed Gotransgressed all boundsBut speak to him mildly; perchance he may takeAllah 20:44warning or fear
  • 20. Don’t hurt sentimentsRevile not ye those whom they call uponbesides Allah6:108
  • 21. Never imposeLet there be no compulsion in religion: Truthstands out clear from Error2:256
  • 22. Avoid disputesExample of Prophet MosesPharaoh said : What then is theCondition of previous generations?He replied: the knowledge of that is with my Lord,duly recorded, my Lord never errs nor forgets.20:51
  • 23. Necessity of DawaExample of Pepsi and Coca Cola as mostpopular soft drink.Only Da’wa will make ‘Islam’ Most acceptablecode of contact.

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