‘Individual Da’wah’ is a term not commonly recognized, but of tremendous importance in the current climate. Public da’wah efforts have seemingly eclipsed the importance of personalized, intimate efforts to share Islam on a one-to-one basis. How should one position and train his/herself to engage in Da’wah successfully? What are the stages, if any, one should use as a blueprint? What are the keys to successful Individual Da’wah?
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1. The Importance of Presenting Islam & its Obligation in a Muslim’s Life
2. Objectives of Da’wah
a. General Communal Objectives
b. Specific Measurable Objectives (Horizontal & Vertical expansion)
3. Methods & Tools
a. Pillars of Da’wah
i. The Inviter
ii. The Responder
iii. The Content & Method(s) of delivery
iv. The Impact
b. Public or Individual Da’wah?
c. Individual Da’wah
4. Defined stages/ objectives/ problems & expected obstacles
5. The Importance of Individual Da’wah
6. Textual & Historical References
c. Muhammad (PBUH)
d. The Companions
4. Stages of Individual Da’wah
a. Mixing, Selecting & Strengthening Relationships
b. Awakening the Iman
c. Rituals & Manners
d. Explaining the Inclusivity of Islam
e. Reminding the situation of the Ummah & the huge challenges ahead
f. The necessity of organised, collective work for Islam
Shaykh Abu Anas Abdullah brings multiple facets of skills set to the Salam Project. He is an Imam, a teacher, he has taught at several Muslim educational organisations as well as non Muslim organisations, including public schools and colleges. He also heads 2 of the Muslim welfare organisations as well as being an entrepreneur and a scientist in natural sciences. He grew up in Mecca as a child, there he studied multiple desciplines of traditional Islamic sciences under some of the renowned scholars of the Muslim world. He completed his higher education in natural sciences in the UK. He also memorised the Quran at a very young age and he at present leads Taraweeh prayers every Ramadan at an Islamic centre in London.