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Da’wah Tactics (Tactics for Religious Preaching)

Dear Brother

Assalam o Alaykum,

Hope you will find this email in best of your spiritual and physical health.

I am really sorry for so late reply. Problems, busy schedule and tension are reasons. As I wrote in my previous email that we are trying to establish a sophisticated dawah setup. I will provide a complete sketch of the program but firstly I want some suggestions from your side regarding ‘ideal dawah setup’. I will really appreciate your valuable suggestions.

Again I am sorry for late reply. I tried to download Turkey Safarnama’, but i think there is an error in the file. Plz chek it.

hope you will not forget me in your special prayers.

With best wishes,

A Brother, Muzaffarabad, Pakistan

June 2010

Dear Brother

Wa alaikum us salam wa Rahmatullah

I’m very happy to receive your mail. May Allah accept your efforts. If you can give me the sketch of your program, then I can give you a better advice. About ideal Da’wah setup, I’ve tried to share some views in my article on it but we should think practically not ideally while doing a practical job.

Remember in your prayers.


Muhammad Mubashir Nazir

Dear Brother,

Assalam o Alaykum,

 Thanks for reply and encouragement. we really discuss alot on this topic. Anyway the sketch is as under:



Implementation of Pure Islam firstly on individual and then on broad level (InshaAllah).

 How we can achieve:

a) Preaching and teaching according to Quran and Sunnah by following ways.

         Individual meetings.

         Out of station preaching in the form of groups.

         Daily/weekly Dars-e-Quran and Dars-e-Hadith.

         Fortnightly Lecture program with question/answer session.

         Provision of books and other form of literature.

b) Training of people who will join the Jama’t. As training plays primary roll and sets the direction, so we will select a syllabus for different levels.

   Level-I: Beliefs, Tazkiya-e-Nafs, Hifz-e-Qura’an & Hadith (as possible), Seerat-e-Nabvi (PBUH), Seerat-e-Sahaba(RA),  Social duties, Ibadaat, current affairs.

   Level-II: Study of Islamic movements (past & present), Study of current scenario and system of Islamic countries, study of different sects, History + subjects of Level-I.

    Level-III:  .. . . . . . . .

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Also, as you know that ‘matter’ is important but played very bad role. Many religious organizations lose due to corruption. So it is better not to accept any zakat/sadqat and aid etc. For example if anybody wants to contribute than he/she can provide books for library or material for masjid but “as a gift”. And also we will not consider him/her as VIP. Leaves of trees and grass is more sweet than ‘biryani’ and ‘chicken legs’, and soil is more comfortable than silky-mattresses and blankets.

Please comment / advise. Your advice will be very valuable for us.


A Brother, Muzaffarabad, Pakistan

Dear Brother

Wa alaikum us salam wa Rahmatullah e wa Barakatuhu

Thank you very much for giving value to my advice. Before giving detailed comments, I need to know that what sort of people are you targeting in terms of education and income level i.e. highly educated people, moderately-educated people, middle class, poor class, religiously educated people etc. The reason for asking this question is that the Da’wah Strategy should be different for each segment of the society due to differences in their social infrastructure, value system, views, lifestyles, ways of expression etc.

As far as the syllabus is concerned, its sounds nice. I’ll suggest a few adjustments to it after you tell me the details of your “Target Audience”.

For education at Level 3 and above, I developed a syllabus for the online course I’m working. You can see its detailed outline at the following link. A detailed introduction to this project is also available. It may help you in developing your own syllabus.


Islamic Studies – Urdu


Muhammad Mubashir Nazir

Respected brother,

Assalam o Alaykum,

Thanks for reply and advise.

As you asked about “Target Audience”, I will like to let you know that generally all Muslims, in our reach, are target audience but the special/specific are students.

Hope I will hear from you soon.

With best wishes,

A Brother, Muzaffarabad, Pakistan

Dear Brother

Wa alaikum us salaam wa Rahmatullah e wa Barakatuhu

If the target audience is the students of modern schools and colleges, I’ll suggest you a few things:

1. Understand your target audience, their way of thinking, their approach to the life, their lifestyle etc. For that, you have to spend time with them as a friend.

2. The basic principle of Da’wah is to have a positive mindset about your target audience. Love your target audience. If you find them indulged in some polytheistic or immoral practice, even then love them as a doctor loves his patients, or a trader loves his customer regardless of their theological & moral weaknesses. A Da’wah with a negative mindset always fails. If you’ll approach them with a positive mindset and behavior, they’ll pay heed to what you say and then Allah may change their mind.

3. Always remember one principle; change of a person is not in our scope of work. It is only with Allah. He has also asked His Prophet صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم not to bother about the change. Our job is only and only to convey the message of Allah in a nice way. So never force your audience to change. Only instigate the positive potential hidden deep inside their personality.

4. Personal appearance of a Da’ee(preacher) is also very important. If you go to your audience in a Moulviyana (ostentatiously religious) appearance, they’ll never listen to you. Your appearance should be as close as possible with them within the boundaries of Shari’ah.

5. Making a Jama’ah(organization) is not an appropriate approach in modern times especially if you are working with modern-educated people. It was an acceptable approach in 1960s & 1970s. Now a day, people are generally scary to join a Jama’ah and following an Ameer (leader). The best approach will be that of a religious circle (Halqah) in which all are friends to each other, nobody is an authoritative leader or a subjugated follower.

6. Study theDa’wahtactics of others like Sufis, Qadyanis & Christians. In the Muslim History, the most effective Da’wah work has been performed by the Sufis. I strongly disagree with their views but I am impressed with their Da’wah strategy. Since you belong to Kashmir, you can easily observe the love, affection and following of public with Sufis in your area. This was due to their attitude. I’ve written a few articles on the subject:

دور جدید میں دعوت دین کا طریق کار

You can study the Da’wah methodology of Sufis in the “Zaavia” of Ashfaq Ahmed. Just read this book, you’ll know their tactics.

7. Language is very important in theDa’wah work. Your communication skills must be excellent. You should be able to talk in the language of your audience. Allah Almighty revealed all His Books in the language of their target audience. Also see this article.

Quranic Arabic Language

8. As you’ve mentioned about donations in your approach, always avoid taking money or any other favor from people. The most effectiveDa’eeis the one who ‘gives’ and not ‘takes’. You already have this willingness. So keep it up. Don’t ask for anything. Just become a giver without any expectation for return.

9. The most important thing inDa’wahis your own character. People learn by practical examples, not by sermons. If you demonstrate a good character, automatically people will follow you. By good character, I mean the humanistic values of justice, love, care of others, patience, thankfulness etc.

10. Always avoid “Munazara” or polemical debate. It is a killer to yourDa’wahwork. The mindset in the debate is to win other. Ego is involved from the side of both parties. Start with the Da’wah of faith and ethics. Build a relation of trust between you and your audience. Once that relation is established, then you can talk on the disputed issues.

11. Never criticize a person / group directly. It has very bad impact on yourDa’wahwork. It instigates their ego and your message fails. If you’ve to criticize on some moral weakness, do it in an indirect manner without pointing fingers at any person / group / sect.

12. Study the literature of successful people who are working on the same segment of the society, even if you disagree with them on their views. There are various groups targeting to the same target audience of educated people / students. Examples includeTablighiJama’at, the circle of Waheed ud Din Khan, the circle of people of Al-Mawrid (Javed Ahmed Ghamidi), Minhaj ul Quran and Dr. Tahir ul Qadri, different Sufi orders etc. Study and evaluate their Da’wah Strategy. Identify the reasons of their success. Learn from their mistakes. This will help you a lot in devising your own strategy.

13. The key to success ofDa’wahis “thinking from other’s point of view”. Try to think from the perspective of the person whom you are targeting. Suppose he is a Barelvi. Try to understand his way of thinking and the logic he uses to satisfy himself. Same is the case if he is a Salafi or Shi’a or Qadyani or a Hindu or a Christian. It helps a lot in devising your Da’wah strategy.

Feel free to share if you’ve more questions on this subject. I’ll also publish this advice on my website in Question-Answers section. Please suggest whether I should put your name or publish it anonymously.

If you need any help/advice on any matter, please feel free to ask.


Muhammad Mubashir Nazir



علوم القرآن

قرآن مجید کے منتخبات—QS01

 پانچ اردو تفاسیر کا تقابلی مطالعہ ۔۔۔۔حصہ اول۔۔۔۔ سورۃ الفاتحہ تا سورۃ المائدہ—QS02

 پانچ اردو تفاسیر کا تقابلی مطالعہ ۔۔۔۔ حصہ دوم۔۔۔۔  سورۃ الانعام تا سورۃ التوبہ—QS03

 پانچ اردو تفاسیر کا تقابلی مطالعہ ۔۔۔۔ حصہ سوم۔۔۔۔ سورۃ یونس تا سورۃ النور—QS04

 پانچ اردو تفاسیر کا تقابلی مطالعہ ۔۔۔۔ حصہ چہارم۔۔۔ سورۃ الفرقان تا سورۃ الحجرات—QS05

 پانچ اردو تفاسیر کا تقابلی مطالعہ ۔۔۔۔ حصہ پنجم ۔۔۔۔۔ سورۃ ق تا سورۃ الناس—QS06

علوم القرآن ۔۔۔۔ اعلی سطحی علمی مباحث—QS07

کتابیں   اور لیکچرز ان لنکس پر  موجود  ہیں۔

Urdu Lectures: https://mubashirnazir.org/?cat=36

English Lectures: https://mubashirnazir.org/?cat=42

Introduction: https://mubashirnazir.org/?p=3017

Books: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5mRw5mEUHv9YlZGelNtV1hqNkE


Translation in the Quran

Modern Urdu: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1TePS-uGHwzhcFP4oDY96CbedRIDNwAOY

Modern English: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1puFFnnYwR5rlxCZjVdJhmM0SzvY8Aacj

علوم السنۃ و الحدیث

احادیث کا بنیادی انتخاب—HS01

علوم الحدیث—HS02

 علوم الحدیث کا اطلاق—HS03

کتابیں  اس  لنک  پر  موجود  ہیں۔

Books: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5mRw5mEUHv9bHhfenVvTW1KeVZjUnhSaUdZVTEwRE9SMk80/view?usp=drive_web



Lectures Urdu: https://mubashirnazir.org/?p=2819

Lectures English: https://mubashirnazir.org/?p=2830

تعمیر شخصیت و تزکیہ نفس

 تعمیر شخصیت—PD01

تزکیہ نفس ۔ اعلی مباحث—PD02

کتابیں  اس  لنک  پر  موجود  ہیں۔

Personality Development

Books: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5mRw5mEUHv9SERNYzlhM21NWUU


تعمیر شخصیت

Urdu Lectures: https://mubashirnazir.org/?cat=43 

کلاسیکل قرآنی عربی پروگرام (ہوم پیج)

 عربی زبان اور گرامر ۔۔۔ لیول 1 —-AR01

عربی زبان اور گرامر ۔۔۔ لیول 2—-AR02

 عربی زبان اور گرامر ۔۔۔ لیول 3—-AR03

 عربی زبان اور گرامر ۔۔۔ لیول 4—-AR04

 اعلی عربی زبان ۔۔۔ لیول 5—-AR05

کتابیں اور لیکچرز ان لنکس پر  موجود  ہیں۔

Quranic Arabic Books: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5mRw5mEUHv9dWItS3hPaXN0cXM


Lectures: https://mubashirnazir.org/?p=2864

تقابلی مطالعہ پروگرام

اہل سنت، اہل تشیع اور اباضی مسلک—CS01

 اہل سنت کے ذیلی مکاتب فکر ۔۔۔بریلوی، دیوبندی، اہل حدیث اور ماورائے مسلک حضرات—CS02

انکار سنت ، انکار ختم نبوت  اور مین اسٹریم مسلمان—CS03

فقہی مکاتب فکر ۔۔حنفی، مالکی، شافعی، حنبلی، ظاہری اور جعفری—CS04

تصوف اور اس کے ناقدین—CS05

 دینی تحریکیں۔۔۔ سیاسی، عسکری، دعوتی اور فکری تحریکیں—CS06

روایت پسندی، جدت پسندی اور معتدل جدیدیت ۔۔۔ فکری، ثقافتی،معاشی  اور قانونی مسائل—CS07

کتابیں  اس  لنک  پر  موجود  ہیں۔

Comparative Studies



علم الفقہ

بنیادی اسلامی شریعت—FQ01

 فقہی مکاتب فکر کا تقابلی مطالعہ اور فروعی مسائل—FQ02

فقہی مکاتب فکر کا تقابلی مطالعہ ۔۔۔ اصول فقہ اور تاریخ فقہ—FQ03

دور جدید فقہی مسائل ۔۔۔ عبادت ۔۔۔ طہارت، نماز، روزہ، زکوۃ، حج، عمرہ اور قربانی—FQ04

دور جدید فقہی مسائل ۔۔۔ سوشل سائنسز—FQ05

حجاب و لباس، خواتین کا گھر سے باہر عمل، جیون ساتھی، طلاق اور تین طلاقیں، خواتین کی وراثت، دیت اور گواہی، خواتین کی سربراہی، آزادانہ جنسی تعلق، فیملی پلاننگ، ٹیسٹ ٹیوب  بے بی، کلوننگ، مسلم اقلیتوں کے حقوق، کفر کا فتوی، رسوم و رواج اور میت سے متعلق احکامات

دور جدید فقہی مسائل ۔۔۔ اکنامکس—FQ06

اسلامی بینکنگ، انٹیلیکچوئل رائٹس، انعامی بانڈز، مزارعت، حیلہ شرعی، الکوحل، حق شفعہ، اسمگلنگ، مردار کا جسم ، ربا الفضل، بیعانہ، کرنٹ اکاؤنٹ، ہیجنگ، غرر،  بینک، فلم انڈسٹری، جاسوسی اور غیر مسلم ممالک میں ملازمت سے متعلق احکامات اور قانون وراثت

کتابیں  اس  لنک  پر  موجود  ہیں۔



Lectures Urdu


دعوت دین

دور جدید میں دعوت دین—DW01

دعوت دین: اعلی مباحث—DW02

کتابیں  اس  لنک  پر  موجود  ہیں۔



Urdu Lectures

FQ10-Preaching Shari’ah


دعوت دین کا طریقہ کار

FQ59-Methodology of Islamic Da’wah & Preaching

مسلم تاریخ

 نبوت محمدی سے پہلے کا دور—HS01


 عہد  رسالت—HS02


عہد صحابہ و تابعین ۔۔۔ سیاسی و مذہبی تاریخ—HS03.1


 عہد صحابہ و تابعین ۔۔۔ علمی، دعوتی اور تہذیبی تاریخ—HS03.2


تہذیبی عروج کا دور۔۔۔ سیاسی، دعوتی  اور تہذیبی تاریخ—HS04.1


 تہذیبی عروج کا دور ۔۔۔ علمی تاریخ—HS04.2


تہذیبی عروج کا دور۔۔۔ مذہبی تاریخ—HS04.3


تہذیبی جمود اور زوال کا دور—HS05


 دور  جدید  اور  ریکوری  کا  دور  اور  امت  مسلمہ  کی  تحریکیں—HS06


Detailed Books



Lectures Urdu: https://mubashirnazir.org/?p=2882

مطالعہ سیرت

سیرت  نبوی ۔۔۔ تاریخ انسانیت میں رسول اللہ صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم کا کردار—BS01

سیرت  نبوی ۔۔۔ رسول اللہ صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم بطور معلم، ماہر نفسیات، سپہ سالار، ایڈمنسٹریٹر—BS02

سیرت نبوی ۔۔۔ سیرت طیبہ پر غیر مسلم مستشرقین کے اعتراضات کے جواب—BS03

سابقہ انبیاء کرام علیہم الصلوۃ والسلام کی سیرت—BS04

 سیرت صحابہ—BS05

منتخب تاریخی شخصیات کی سیرت—BS06

 علوم سیرت—BS07

کتابیں  اس  لنک  پر  موجود  ہیں۔

Bibliography of the Prophet & His Companions



Scholars who impact huge changes in Muslim’s Thought


مذاہب عالم  اور فلسفے

تقابل ادیان ۔۔۔ ابتدائی مباحث—WR01


الحاد کے مغربی اور مسلم معاشروں پر اثرات—WR02


کائنات: خدا کی ایک نشانی


انسانی لائف سائیکل کے بارے میں قرآن کا تصور


A Dialogue with Atheism https://mubashirnazir.org/?p=3156

Quranic Concepts of Human Life Cycle https://mubashirnazir.org/?p=3158

دیگر مذاہب کے مسلم نظریات پر تنقید۔۔۔ اسلام کا خطرہ : محض ایک وہم یا حقیقت


اسلام اور علوم جدید

اسلام اور سوشل سائنسز ۔۔۔ نفسیات، عمرانیات، سیاسیات، اینتھرو پالوجی—MS01

اسلام اور معاشیات—MS02

Social Sciences & Economics Implications in Muslim Jurisprudence



Lectures Urdu: https://mubashirnazir.org/?p=2869

اسلام اور نیچرل سائنسز—MS03

اسلام اور فلسفہ—MS04

علوم دینیہ کے مطالعے اور تحقیق کا طریق کار—RM01

ان پر کچھ عرصے میں اس پر کتابیں اور لیکچرز کا کام کیا جائے گا انشاء اللہ۔

Islamic and Intellectual Studies Magazine (IISM)


Islamic & Intellectual Studies Magazine (IISM)