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dawah

(ˈdɑːwə)
n
(Islam) Islam the practice or policy of conveying the message of Islam to non-Muslims
[C21: from Arabic]
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Noun1.dawah - missionary work for Islam
missionary work, mission - the organized work of a religious missionary
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He pointed out that "the meeting held by the Shura of the Da'wa did not discuss the acquisition of the post of Prime Minister, adding that" the State of Law and other political blocs do not want to take one of the personalities of Al-Da'wa as Prime Minister.
PM Abadi, who began overtures to Saudi-led Arab states, was under-mined by powerful Iran-guided Shi'ite parties - including his own faction of al-Da'wa al-Islamiya whose barons are reluctant to relinquish their posts and privileges.
In partnership with Munazzamat Al-Da'wa Al-Islamiyya and the Qatar Red Crescent Society, QC set up four water purification plants in many villages scattered along the Nile River at a cost of QR7.5 million to cover the needs of more than 87,000 people for clean drinking water.
Several al-Nusra commanders, including Bilal Abu Zaid nom de guerre Abu Islam Da'el and Saudi national Abu Hashem al-Tabuki, as well as commander of Kata'eb al-Da'wa terrorist group Malik al-Amri and commander of Kata'eb Saif al-Haq named Mo'taz al-Nabwan were killed.
Maleki, has since his loss of the premiership in August 2014, been one of federal Iraq's three vice-presidents and leader of both the State of Law (SoL) bloc and one of the factions of the Shi'ite Arab movement named al-Da'wa al-Islamiya, is a Safawi puppet of Iran's theocracy.
Abadi's three brothers were arrested in 1980, 1981, and 1982 for belonging to al-Da'wa before this was split into different factions in the subsequent years.
The rest of this community is Shi'ite, including politicians aligned with PM Abadi's faction of the Safawi al-Da'wa al-Islamiya movement.
In the presence of leaders of Al-Da'wa in Alexandria, these unified missionary caravans are designed to warn people against those who are calling for protests that aim to harm security and society's peace through "malicious" purposes.
The resultant mess caused Baghdad to ask for US help and President Obama in August got the US air force to begin bombarding ISIS positions in August, after having got Maleki to resign and be replaced by Abadi, a fellow member of al-Da'wa al-Islamiya's faction then headed by ex-PM Ibrahim al-Ja'fari.
The Sadrists believe Muqtada's father and two of his brothers were assassinated in February 1999 by Safawis from one of al-Da'wa al-Islamiya's factions loyal to Khamenei and the co-ruling Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
KUWAIT, May 3 (KUNA) -- Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Khartoum-based Munazzamat Al-Da'wa Al-Islamiia (the Islamic Call Organization) Abdulrahman Suar Al-Thahab acclaimed Tuesday the leading role of Kuwait in providing aid to needy people worldwide.
He pointed out that the Saudi aggression raids on those areas aimed at supporting its mercenaries, who tried to creep towards some sites in the areas of al-Harrair, al-Da'wa and al-Kamb.