The approaches and challenges of the Prophet
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It is da’wah that makes Muhammad ﷺ the Messenger. Learn how that affects how you appreciate Mawlid ar-Rasul ﷺ.
Madina Mosque at night
Why was da’wah in Madinah a game-changer? Learn the key highlights that made all the difference, which isn’t applied today.
Camel caravan going through the desert
Learn one more significant lesson of the hijra for our ummah that we should not miss in the first place.
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Learn how the enemies of Islam tried to stop your da’wah today. It is just like what they did to ar-Rasul in the seerah.
Great mosque of Hassan 2 at sunset in Casablanca, Morocco. Beautiful Arches of the Arab mosque in the sunset, sunlight rays
Learn why ar-Rasul’s da’wah sirriyyah during his early years is a great reference for the long-term success of your ‘start-up’ project.
Learn how your da’wah can be more effective like ar-Rasul’s, by looking at how Allah prepared him before the revelation (wahyu).
As we read the above inquiry, Muslim Leaders and Dai’es like us may feel this is just another common tazkirah, calling us to simply reminisce the perseverance and steadfastness of ar-Rasul ﷺ in his da’wah endeavours.
Be as it may, the most important part of any mission so it will succeed and everlast, is the why. The objective. The bigger goal without which will lead the people embarking on the mission to be like a ‘runaway train’.
Now may be a decent time to bring this commemoration of Prophet Muhammad's birthday some good points further.
Behind all those glories and triumphs were great trials and tribulations, blood and tears, pains and disappointments.
To the Arabs then, idolatry worship was a form of taqarrub to Allah. Then came Muhammad.
Confronting and reforming the unIslamic practices of the pre-Islam Arabs took ar-Rasul and the Sahabas 23 gruelling years.
Here are some food for thought for you in conjunction with this Hijri New Year.