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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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Dominic Foley, the Da'ee at the Bin Zaid Centre (Fanar), delivers an orientation on fasting.
Dominic Foley, the Da'ee at the Bin Zaid Centre (Fanar), delivered the orientation and engaged participants to share their views about Fast-a-thon.
A Da'ee must answer the questions related to General principles of the Da'wah, Characteristics of Da'wah methods and its kinds, Da'wah programs and priorities, Da'wah stages and reverence to various situations, the multitude of the communities, human psychology and sensitiveness in historical and cultural traditions of the people, ways of presentation and use of the aid, how to manage the reactions etc.
In it are important commands for the Da'ee to implement.
Literature is the tool of the Da'ee to get the Islamic message understood by the people (Murad, K.