A great example of compassion, gentleness and using soft words in giving Da’wah
An important article mentioning guidelines on what to do before, during and after giving Shahaadah to a non-Muslim, and practical in maintaining contact with them.
We strive, struggle and write, and we call to Allah, the mighty and majestic. Yet they say regarding us that we are Mumayyi’een, because we call with wisdom, leniency and gentleness.
A monumental advice by Shaykh Badr Ibn Alee Al-Utaybee to the Salafees with regards to their conduct and disunity, and the effect it is having on the Da’wah. Both the Arabic and English are included.
In giving Da’wah and warning against Shirk, is it a necessity to always mention the names of the Callers to Shirk?
It is upon the youth to be concerned with rectifying themselves before they [busy themselves] with the rectification of others
Shaykh Fawzaan is questioned regarding the ruling of mixing and interacting with the deviated Islamic groups
He should advice his brothers, however, with gentlenessand kind speech, andnot with transgression upon the people, nor harming them, insulting them, or cursing them. Rather with kind speech and a beautiful approach.
From the manners that is befitting for you to be upon, O dear Daa’ee, is to be tolerant in your Da’wah, gentle in it, and to be forbearing and very patient – just as the Messenger used to be.