Dawah is an Arabic word which means to invite,call or summon someone. This term is often used to describe when Muslims share their Religion with others, in order to teach them more about Islam. Pronunciation: dawa’h is Also Known As, share, preach, teach.In Islamic context, Dawah is simply means inviting or calling others to the way of truth and peace. Its an obligatory duty upon every Muslim to give dawa’h.

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In Islamic theology, the purpose of da‘wah is to invite people, Muslims and non-Muslims, to understand the worship of Allah as expressed in the Qur’an and the sunnah of the prophet Muhammad and to inform them about Muhammad.

Da’wah as the “Call towards Allah” is the means by which Muhammad began spreading the message of the Qur’an to mankind. After Muhammad, his followers and the Ummah (Muslim community) assumed responsibility for it.They convey the message of the Qur’an by providing information on why and how the Qur’an preaches monotheism.Muhammad saw Islam as the true religion and mission of all earlier prophets. He believed that their call had been limited to their own people but that his was universal. His mission as the final prophet was to repeat to the whole world this call and invitation (dawah) to Islam. Muhammad wrote to various non-Muslim rulers, inviting them to convert.

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  • 120.00

    Pages: 74

    Size: 14 x 21 cms

    Binding: Softcover

    As suggested by the title, this book provides a brief and basic information relating to Islam. It seeks to provide evidence to prove that the Quran was Allahs revelation to mankind. It also talks about the benefits of practising Islam, and has a brief discussion about basic Islamic beliefs and principles. Beautiful colour photos and illustrations enhance the value of this book.

  • 300.00

    Translator: N/A

    Pages: 114

    Size: 14 x 21 cms

    Binding: Hardcover

    Dr. Brown is a practicing ophthalmologist, a revert to Islam, and the author of several ground-breaking books of Islamic Dawa (i.e., invitation). His first book, The First and Final Commandment, is a comprehensive argument in support of the Islamic claim of continuity of revelation. This present book, Bearing True Witness, is designed to assist the new convert in navigating the more controversial issues of their new, chosen religion of Islam. Inspired, assisted and approved by Shaykh Abu Ammaar Yasir Qadhi, this book as well as Dr. Brown’s other works.

  • 300.00

    By: Basel Muhammad Al-Mahayni

    Pages: 112

    Size: (14 x 21) cms

    Binding: Softcover

    The religion of Islam in recent events has been misinterpreted. This book was created for those interested in the truth and not the myth. The Light Within Islam is a simple book aimed to address the basic questions commonly misunderstood in Islam. The content of the book focuses on the Unity of God, the structure of the Islamic faith and the distinction between Islam and Christianity. By shedding light and insight into these issues, The Light Within Islam hopes to bring closure and enlightenment to the topics responsible for the recent misconceptions in Islam.

  • 600.00

    By: Muhammad Bin Ali Al-Arfaj

    Pages: 311

    Size: (14 x 21) cms

    Binding: Hardcover

     

     

  • 600.00

    Edited by: Dr. Bilal Philips

    By: Majed S. Al-Rassi

    Pages: 232

    Size: (14x 21) cms

    Binding: Hardcover

    Each person is born into a religious environment that is not of his or her own choice; a child is raised in the religion or ideology of his or her family, society or culture. Even as a newborn, he or she is assigned the religion of his family or the ideology of the state; in some countries the child’s assigned religion is even recorded on his or her birth certificate. By the time individuals reach their teens they usually have accepted the beliefs of their parents or that of their particular society, feeling that they have little choice in the matter. However, individuals often encounter or are exposed to various beliefs and ideologies throughout the course of their lives leading many to question long-held beliefs, traditions or philosophical ideas. They begin to question the validity of their.own beliefs. Seekers of truth often reach a point of confusion upon realizing that believers of every religion, sect, ideology and philosophy all claim to have the one and only truth. So, which religion is the right one and how can the seeker of truth know it? This is the main subject of this work.

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