How is the term jihad used in the Qur’an and what types of jihad are referred to? And what does it have to do with da`wah?
Does sticking to your religious teachings mean you have to be rigid with others? How can I convey the message properly without being inadequate? How could I make others accept and respect my identity as Muslim?
How does da`wah impact my life? And what benefits would it give me after passing away? What would we earn through investing our time and effort in da`wah activities?
Why do we give da`wah? What benefits do we reap? How is it related to related our identity and duty as Muslims? Why do we have to prove our love to God, and His Prophet? How?
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How does the Qur’an use the term da`wah, and what kind of da`wah does it call Muslims to implement? Does the Sunnah go with that? Are we asked to preach Islam to particular people or sects?
The author talked in the first part about the modern and ever-evolving technology and means of communication as effective and easy tools for propagating Islam far and wide, which can be used by almost every Muslim. In this part, the author continues to shed light on this issue and lay out…