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?
Calling to God is not a random act. So, how well do you fulfill this great responsibility? Whether a student of knowledge, da`i, or a scholar there’re things you have to keep my eyes on while conveying the message of God…
To be aware of your own shortcomings and weak areas and striving to work on them, and respect others’ as well is simply what you need to efficiently fulfill your responsibility towards Islam.
How are we related to Islam and its true teachings? How can we create harmony between what our religion calls for and what we are practicing on the ground? How do we fill that gap?
What importance does intentions have in giving da`wah? What intentions should one have before getting in a da`wah conversation?
Have you ever thought about your pose or the way you look at somebody before starting a conversation with them about Islam? How do you prepare yourself to carry such a conversation?
Starting up a conversation with a non-Muslim about your religion is no way easy. So, how do I start off an effective da`wah conversation, reach others in an appropriate way?
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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