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Dawah: Its Rationale And Benefits

 Islam is the complete and perfect religion for all mankind. We are Muslims and this is our responsibilty we should do Dawah (Dawah mean call  or invite people to Islam) we should do Dawah purely for Allah’s pleasure for the following reasons:

1. To do Dawah is a divine commandment from Allah, the Creator. Allah enjoins the Muslim believers to invite all mankind to Islam. He commands:

Invite to the Way of your Rabb (Only God, Cherisher and Sustainer) with wisdom and beautiful Cherisher and Sustainer, with wisdom and beautiful preaching, and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious, for your rabb knows best, who have strayed from His path, and who receive guidance. (16: 125)

 2. Dawah is the very Sunnah of Allah’s Messenger, Prophet Muhammad. Allah sent His Messenger as a witness, a bearer of glad tidings, and a warner and as one who do Dawah (Invites mankind to Allah’s by His leave and as a lamp spreading light. We further read in the Glorious Quran:

 Say (O Muhammad): This is my way; I do invite unto Allah with a certain knowledge,

I and whoever follows me (must also invite others to Allah, Oneness of Allah with sure

knowledge). Glory to Allah and I am not of the polytheists. (12: 108)

 3. Dawah as a Sunnah is one of the best ways of serving Allah. Doing  Dawah or supporting it is a tangible manifestation of our noble service to Allah. If we carry it out or support it sincerely to please our Creator, our lives will certainly be prosperous. Allah praises those Muslims invite people to Islam

(Dawah). He says:

You are the best of peoples, evolved for mankind. You enjoin what is right, forbid what is wrong, and believe in Allah. (3:110)

Who is better in speech than one who calls to Allah, (Dawah) works righteousness, and says, I am of those who bow in Islam (41: 33)

Likewise, the Prophet says:

Abdullah bin Mas’ud narrated that Allah’s Messenger said, Do not wish to be like anybody except in two cases: The case of a man whom Allah has given wealth and he spends it in the right way; and that of a man whom Allah has given religious wisdom and he gives his werdicts according to it and teaches it to others (Bukhari, 9/419)

 4. If we join the ranks of those who call people to Islam (Dawah) we will be among the successful believers. Allah not only assures the Du’at as the ones to attain felicity (3:104) but also promises unlimited rewards to them. Our Creator inspires us in the Quran and many ahadith should further inspire us Muslims to enjin people to Islam.

 5. As much as possible, we, Muslims, should do Dawah because it is our religious duty to share the knowledge of Islam with others.

Abu Hurairah narrated that Allah’s Messenger said, The knowledge from which no benefit is derived is like a treasure out of which nothing is spent in the cause of Allah (Tirmidhi, 280)

 6. But not the last, we must do Dawah becauseas Muslims it is our religious duty to enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong:

The Believers, men and women, are protectors, one to another, they enjoin what is just, and forbid what is evil (9:71).

Some Good and very useful Dawah Books

 1. Dawah According To The Quran And The Sunnah. By Dr Norlain Dindang Mababaya.

This book published by Darussalam

 Abot the Book: Dawah According to the Qur'an and the Sunnah is a beautiful exposition of the science and art of Da'wah of the Divine guidance and traditions of the Last Prophet of Allah.

The book elaborates the rationale of Dawah, its benefits and prerequisites for its success. It lists the characteristics and manners expected of Du'at provides guidelines on how to do Dawah with Hikmah (wisdom) and 'beautiful preaching' and offers useful hints for both the beginners as well as those actively engaged in fulfilling this obligation.

The book concludes with important recommendations for various sections of the Ummah in relation to Dawah. The author, being an educator, rightly emphasizes upon the need of including Dawah According to the Qur'an and the Sunnah as part of school curriculum for Muslim learners from high school to collegiate and graduate levels. If this single recommendation is taken seriously by our policy makers and honestly implemented, it is bound to effect a positive change in the present state of affairs marked with apathy towards the duty of conveying the Final Message to all mankind.

 

2. Word of Advice Regarding Dawah from the Noble Shaykh Abdul Azeez ibn Abdullah ibn Baaz.

 From the Compliers Introduction

'This compliation was done out of desire to partake in this current Islamic awakening which we are witnessing and to firmly establish it upon the statements of the scholares in order for it to bear fruit. I have started this series with one the reformist scholares who has practised dawah for many years by teaching, giving leagal rulings and giving guidance through lectures and conferences.'