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  1. JazakAllahu khair, nice article. @Abu Umar, since it says you are trying to improve your writing, I will leave you a suggestion. In point 7 you talk about the “uncertainty of death”. I understand what you mean by this statement, that no one knows when their death will come. However, I think that statement could be misinterpreted to mean that death is uncertain. Maybe something more like, “uncertainty in regards to how long we will live” would be better.

    • Jazakhallah khair for feedback, you make a good point which can be misinterpreted which I will bear in mind in future articles Inshallah,

  2. In the Name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful.

    One benefit of Dawa is that the sunnah of the Holy prophet(SAW) is revived, which is equivilant to A hundred martyrs and not just any, but those of the battle of Badr! To understand a climpse of the importance of this battle let me tell u the angels who took part in this battle take pride in it from the other angles. Such is the owner, imagine it for us.
    Dawa makes the best atmosphere for competitors. And may I remind, it is The Al-Mighty himself who points in an Ayah of theNoble Quran that ” for this(jannah) let the competitiors compete. We learn from another Ayah in Srah Mulk which states:”The One who created death and life, so that He may test you as to which of you is better in his deeds. And He is the All-Mighty, the Most-Forgiving.”[67:2]
    So what could be better than what the prophets did?
    There are countless other benefits. The reward of prayer is increased immensely.
    While walking for such a purpose and the person faces pollution than forget the fire of hell, even the steam from the fire of Hell cannot touch that spot.
    In the end I like to point out the countless favours which our Lord has blessed us with. If all the trees turned into pens and all the water of the Earth to Ink and the favours of our lord were writen down than they would finish before the blessings were completed. There a three types of ppl. Those who worship to save themselves from hell-fire. The second to attain jannah and the third, just for the sake of Allah’s pleasure. Let us be that from the start. Jazakullah khair for writting such a beautiful article. May Allah give us the strength to read all of this and act apon it.
    Smile it’s Sunnah!

  3. Jazzak Allaho khairan kaseera. May Allah guide us to the righteous path and to follow the sunnah. May Allah help us in this virtuous duty. Ameen

  4. Jazakhallah khair for everybody taking the time to read and respond, please share your own Da’wah benefits you know of and please make duaa to Almighty Allah He gives myself firstly and all of us the ability to act upon the knowledge He has blessed us with. Ameen.

  5. As-salamu Alaykum. I am confused when you say this: “As it states in a hadith, Allah subḥānahu wa ta’āla (glorified and exalted be He) says:”. As far as I know Hadith is from Prophet. Can you please correct it. It is on your first point.
    Thank you

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  6. Assalam u alaikum,
    I read the article, it’s very nice and Alhamdulillah I shred it as well.
    When it comes to Da’wah, now a days, I’m only getting chance to do islah. And when I tell others about the prohibition on listening songs and else. They reply rude and friends also try to ignore it (they never says but can be felt from their behaviour). One of my friend quote me the last last ayah of surah Qafiroon and wanted me to shut up. And this happenedany times . He is Muslim but he again and again quotes the same ayah to make me quite and points various mistakes.
    I want to ask, what should be the reply?