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Synonyms for dawah

missionary work for Islam


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Dawa, the Maulana said, is fundamental to the cause of Islam and is central to the character of a Muslim.
Dawa said it was the first time the agency's news had been made available in either language and that the Hebrew and Farsi departments each employed six people.
Two of Abadi's brothers were murdered in 1982 by Saddam Husein's regime, for belonging to Dawa.
Dr Neil Reynolds is taking part in the Great North Run to raise funds to help Nepalese woman Dawa, right, with help from Dr Carol Donne, also pictured, above 220813RUN_04 KATIE LUNN
In this regard, he expressed his sincere thanks and appreciation to the kingdom, Monarch, government and people, for hosting the office of the Islamic Dawa Organisation since 1988 and registering it as one of the international organisations in Bahrain.
Given the podium, Al Al-Shiekh lauded the Indonesian Supreme Council for Islamic Dawa, confirming that the two countries are sharing strong relations, particularly as far as Islamic Dawa is concerned.
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's Dawa Party joined Shiite Cleric Moqtada al-Sadr's Sadr Movement in rejecting calls for extending the stay of U.
According to sources inside Nuri al-Maliki's National Alliance, Maliki's Dawa Party voted unanimously to choose an alternative to Maliki to become Iraq's Prime Minister, reported pan-Arab daily ASHARQ AL AWSAT, Saturday.
A major stumbling bloc continues to be the insistence of Maliki s Dawa party that he be given a second term.
The State of Law bloc, the second largest group with 89 seats, is mainly formed from Dawa Party, while the INA, an alliance of three Shiite groups, is an offshoot of Dawa Party with Ebrahim Al Jaafari, Ammar Al Hakim of the Higher Islamic Council and Moqtada Al Sadr as its leaders.
AMaliki's Islamic Dawa Party, one the biggest Shiite parties, is still out; INA officials stated they continue talks with Dawa Party for a bigger coalition.
Adel Abdul-Mehdi, Iraq's vice-president and SIIC member, said on Monday: "I wish that our brothers in [al-Maliki's] Dawa party would be among us today and, God willing, efforts will continue to include everyone, with Dawa at the top of the list.
No reason was given publicly for the exclusion of Maliki's Dawa party but the increasingly assertive prime minister had demanded a greater say in the alliance and also insisted the coalition be broadened to include more Sunnis and Kurds.
Among the ranks of the fishnet-clad Rollergirls are two Soldiers-one activated Reserve major, Melissa Mitravich, and one former Soldier, Diana Dawa.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's Dawa Party strengthened its hold in nationwide balloting on January 31 that also brought some major power shifts among political-religious blocs in provincial elections.