[Poster]ramadhan[2010]tadzkira#2[a]

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[Poster]ramadhan[2010]tadzkira#2[a]

  1. 1. “ TADZKIRAH FOR RAMADHAN (2010)” ISLAMIC DA’WAH : “ Da’wah and its co-relation with the education of Muslims” REFLECTION ON THE THEME IN-HOUSE TALK FOR THE “MABUHAY CLUB” DARUL ARQAM, Muslim Converts’ Association, SINGAPORE BY: USTAZ ZHULKEFLEE HJ ISMAIL 5.15 – 6.45 pm 12, RAMADHAN 1431 (HIJRIYAH) @ GALAXY, CHANGI ROAD (GEYLANG), SINGAPORE. SESSION # 2 (22 August 2010) AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010 ANNOUNCEMENT
  2. 2. “ ... THE NEGLECTED LEGACY OF THE PROPHET S.A.W. " AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010 ISLAMIC DA’WAH :
  3. 3. SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS <ul><li>The theme in this series is still about “ Islamic Da’wah ” – where my contention is that it has been neglected. </li></ul><ul><li>For the duty of “ Da’wah ”, have to be fulfilled as our Fardh kifaaya (community obligation) adequately. </li></ul>AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  4. 4. SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS <ul><li>The theme in this series is still about “ Islamic Da’wah ” – where my contention is that it has been neglected. </li></ul><ul><li>For the duty of “ Da’wah ”, have to be fulfilled as our Fardh kifaaya (community obligation) adequately. </li></ul><ul><li>Yet, I need to again clarify that this concern is very serious (in my view) and may be critical of our shortcomings in Da’wah , which in no way deny whatever good works already done by any mosque or Islamic organizations. </li></ul>AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  5. 5. SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS <ul><li>The most glaring neglect is our loosing focus that al-Islam’s message is to be shared with all of mankind. </li></ul><ul><li>I clarified the two technical terms of : </li></ul>AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  6. 6. SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS <ul><li>The most glaring neglect is our loosing focus that al-Islam’s message is to be shared with all of mankind. </li></ul><ul><li>I clarified the two technical terms of : </li></ul><ul><li>DA’WAH – </li></ul><ul><li>“ Efforts of inviting all non-Muslims to this Deen-al-Islam ”; and </li></ul><ul><li>ISLAH – </li></ul><ul><li>“ Efforts to continue developing the Muslims with the teachings of this Deen-al-Islam ” </li></ul><ul><li>It is in this way that I contended, we have neglected “ Da’wah ” – towards non-Muslims. </li></ul>AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  7. 7. <ul><li>This neglect has led certain Muslims (those with influence and ability) to have doubts regarding Islamic “ Da’wah ” as a Fardh (obligation) to be fulfilled by every Muslims with the means. </li></ul>SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  8. 8. <ul><li>This neglect has led certain Muslims (those with influence and ability) to have doubts regarding Islamic “ Da’wah ” as a Fardh (obligation) to be fulfilled by every Muslims with the means. </li></ul><ul><li>This negligence is conveniently covered up when “ Islah ” (to reconcile and develop Muslims with Islamic teachings) are labeled as “ Da’wah ”. </li></ul>SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  9. 9. <ul><li>This neglect has led certain Muslims (those with influence and ability) to have doubts regarding Islamic “ Da’wah ” as a Fardh (obligation) to be fulfilled by every Muslims with the means. </li></ul><ul><li>This negligence is conveniently covered up when “ Islah ” (to reconcile and develop Muslims with Islamic teachings) are labeled as “ Da’wah ”. </li></ul><ul><li>Perhaps because we have neglected “ Da’wah ” (i.e. towards all non-Muslims) that may have led to other confusions and misunderstanding of Al-Islam amongst Muslims - contributing to their ‘inferiority complex’, doubts, uncertainty and even cowardice. </li></ul>SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  10. 10. <ul><li>We (Muslims) need to re-orientate ourselves back to the principles, methodology and approach derived from the Prophetic way (Al-Qur’an and As-Sunnah), as well as seek wisdom from the Seerah and Tarikh (history of Islam and its tradition) – and make these as the dominant guiding principles in our education, the basis for our motivation and the raison d'être to our lives as Muslims. </li></ul>SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  11. 11. <ul><li>We (Muslims) need to re-orientate ourselves back to the principles, methodology and approach derived from the Prophetic way (Al-Qur’an and As-Sunnah), as well as seek wisdom from the Seerah and Tarikh (history of Islam and its tradition) – and make these as the dominant guiding principles in our education, the basis for our motivation and the raison d'être to our lives as Muslims. </li></ul><ul><li>Remember : Islamic teaching and our education as Muslims is organic – not artificial or truncated. From a single Good Word, like a seed it must be nurtured into a single, beautiful tree as in Allah’s parable… </li></ul>SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT POINTS AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010
  12. 12. Something to reflect .... AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010 إنْشَاءالله TO CONTINUE WITH :
  13. 13. Return to the original spirit .... examples from the three aspects of Islam to be taught generally to every Muslim (Fardhu ‘Ain) AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2010 إنْشَاءالله TO CONTINUE WITH :

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