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Islam What is dawah?

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by dalsingh, May 17, 2009.

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    Dawah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    Funny, I do not see the word Dawah in the transliteration above?????​


    From what I've seen in the UK, it is heavily abused and often used to insult other faiths and brainwash people. Not that I am saying that this is its original purpose.

    I have a straight question for you Benjaman: Are you a Muslim and believer in the Prophet Mohhamad?
     
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    Sikhs do not proselytize, except among Sikhs. There is no effort at all to make converts. This is frowned upon.

    A reminder that proselytizing is forbidden on SPN. aad0002
     
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    Sikhs do not covert, preach conversion or forcibly convert.

    I understand in Islam Dawah has been used in many forms of conversion forced and otherwise.
     
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    Stop playing word games and mind games. :welcome: I am talking to you Benjamin ji!
     

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