Published on November 18, 2019
Importance of Dawah in Islam: Importance of Dawah in Islam Slide 2: In Islam, it is accepted that the destiny of every individual is in Allah’s grasp, so it isn’t the duty or right of individual Muslims to endeavor to “convert” others to the faith. The objective of da’wah, at that point, is just to share data, to welcome others towards a superior comprehension of the faith. It is, obviously, dependent upon the audience to settle on their own decision. Slide 3: In present-day Islamic religious philosophy, da’wah serves to welcome all individuals, both Muslims, and non-Muslims, to see how the worship of Allah (GOD) is depicted in the Quran and rehearsed in Islam. Slide 5: A few Muslims effectively ponder and participate in da’wah as a progressing practice, while others decide not to talk transparently about their faith except if inquired. Once in a while, an over-excited Muslim may contend seriously over strict issues trying to persuade others to accept their “Truth .” Many Imams of Grand Holy Mosque Makkah give the Dawat e Islam to the People. Mostly, Muslims get an Umrah visa from Dubai and then take an Umrah Package from Dubai and go to the Makkah to listen to the sayings of Imam e Kaabah about Islam.