The Islamic Discourse in Religious Institutions

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  • Author: Al-Habib Umar bin Hafiz
  • ISBN: 9781735376707

Allah the Exalted said, "Let there be a group among you who call to goodness, encourage what is good, forbid what is evil; it is they who are successful." - [Quran 3:104]

This treatise, authored by al-Ḥabīb 'Umar Bin Ḥafīz, a master of the inward and outward sciences of Islam, is a timely and significant contribution to the field of Fiqh al-Da'wa (the principles of calling people to Allah). The author addresses some of the challenges facing Islamic institutions, provides the most prominent means for impact, and presents ten steps for the further development and effectiveness of the discourse.

We ask Allah to grant those serving in religious institutions His enabling grace (tawfīq) in carrying and fulfilling the trust with excellence, that He unites their hearts, and that Allah causes this treatise, and others like it, to reach their hearts and minds, having a positive impact on their states and affairs, being a means for attaining the desired outcome and fulfilling the covenants with Allah—which, in turn, leads to the arrival of His promised support.

Paperback, 68 pages.

Contents:

1. The Primary Mission of Religious Institutions

2. The Most Prominent Means for Impact

3. The Integrity of the Discourse

4. The Most Evident Means for Success

5. A Note About Religious Institutions

6. The Problems Seen Today

7. The Discourse Reflects the State of the Hearts

8. The Major Reasons for the Distortion of the Discourse

9. Principles of Success in the Islamic Discourse

10. Further Developing the Islamic Discourse