dawah

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missionary work for Islam

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However, Abdul-Husain's involvement in the opposition movement to the fifty-first da'i mutlaq Syedna Taher Saifuddin (d.
Da'i identified the suspected perpetrators as Malaysian nationals Azahari and Noordin Mohamed Top, who are being hunted for their alleged roles in a series of bombing attacks in Indonesia.
''Based on our preliminary investigation, the explosion was caused by a car bomb just in front of the embassy as we found some parts of a totally damaged car at the scene,'' Da'i told reporters.
Da'i said the police are focusing their attention on the two over the latest bombing because there are similarities with the Bali bombings and the Marriott bombing.
Behind him hung a portrait of the spiritual leader or Da'i of the Bohra community, Mr.
Ond fi'n joio, fe chi'n gweld, neu fydden i heb sticio 'da'i!" Mae'r Brodyr Richards yn rhedeg bysus gwasanaeth yn Sir Benfro, Sir Aberteifi a Sir Gaerfyrddin ac yn y rhaglen gyntaf, cawn ddilyn un o'u gyrwyr, Maldwyn Davies wrth iddo fynd ag un o'r gwasanaethau hyn, Y Cardi Bach, trwy bentrefi a threfi arfordir y gorllewin rhwng Aberteifi a Chei Newydd.
ISLAMABAD -- A delegation of Dawoodi Bohras community, headed by Da'i al-Mutlaq Syedna Aaliqadr Mufaddal Saifuddin Monday called on Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at PM Office here.
Factors like the simple lives of the Tablighi Jamaat members, their focus on the spiritual dimension of Islam and their practices of the Holy Prophet's Sunnah (tradition) in their daily lives influenced Ghannouchi and transformed him into a missionary (da'i) rather than a teacher of philosophy.
Yasmin Moll (2010) has shown how television producers for the highly popular Egyptian da'i (caller to Islam) Amr Khaled--often referred to as an Islamic televangelist--explicitly copied lighting and set design from American daytime chat shows such as Oprah to present Islamic education in a radically new formal style.
Burhanuddin, the 52nd Da'i al-Mutlaq of the Dawoodi Bohras, had visited Sri Lanka on multiple occasions.
(61) Equally important, the most influential Salafist leader in Lebanon, Shaykh Da'i al-Islam al-Shahal (son of Salem al-Shahal, the founder of the Salafist movement in Lebanon), remained silent and did not lend his full support (at least publicly) to al-Assir, making it clear that the Salafist community in Lebanon is not united in its stance against the Lebanese army.
Like Harold Lasswell's famous model of communication, dakwah has five components: the da'i, or the person engaged in dakwah; the mad'u, or target audience; the channel of communication; the message; and the effect (Ilaihi, 2010).
Therefore, in light of the above, one da'i must be knowledgeable in whatever he is inviting the people to.
[1999] (eds) Potret gerakan Kristenisasi di Indonesia versi da'i LDK Muhammadiyah.
--De urata nu-i frumoasa, da'i desteapta, proasta dracu'.