This course discusses the history and figures or personalities of Da ͨ wah from the first Hijri century to the present. Discussion will include the identification of the figures of Da ͨ wah, their thought and their contribution to the reformation movement and Da ͨ wah, principles of their lives in calling people to Allah’s religion and the Muslim community. In addition, this course also gives students the opportunity to develop leadership potential in their preaching.

 

References:

  1. Al-Bhuty, Muhammad Said Ramadhan. 1990. Shakhsiyyat Istawqafatni. Beirut: Muassasah al-Risalah.
  2. Al-Kandahlawi, Yusuf. 2000. Hayat al-Sahabah. Cairo: Dar al-Salam.
  3. Al-Nadwi, Abu Al-Hasan Ali. Rijal Al-Fikr Wa Al-Da’wah. Damsyiq: Dar Ibn Kathir.
  4. Hamid,Ahmad. 1987. Al-Islam: Ila Aina: Liqaa’ Ma’a Nukhbat min Rijal Al-Fikr wa al-Da’wah Fi Al- `Alam. Cairo: Dar Sya’ab.
  5. Ziad Ahmad Salamah. Hasan Al Banna: Sirah Fikriah. Amman: Dar Al-Bayariq.
  6. Fathi Yakan, Muzakkirat al-Du’a wa al-ulum, Lubnan, Dar al- Shiraq.
  7. Ghazali. 1985. Dirasat Fi al-Da’wah wa al-Du’at. Cairo : Dar al-Kutub al- Islamiyyah.