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Difference Between Da’wah And Islaah

Difference Between Da’wah And Islaah
Usually people use the word ‘Da’wah’ for the act of conveying the message of Islam, without differentiating whether the person being addressed is a Muslim or a non-Muslim. Many consider ‘Da’wah’ and ‘Islaah’ to be one and the same activity. The appropriate word used for inviting a non-Muslim to Islam is ‘Da’wah’ and for providing correct and additional knowledge of Islam to a Muslim is ‘Islaah’.
Definition of ‘Da’wah’:

‘Da’wah’ means an invitation. In the Islamic context it means an invitation to Islam. Thus Da’wah means conveying the message of Islam to non-Muslims and inviting them to Islam.

Definition of ‘Islaah’:

‘Islaah’ means to improve, correct, rectify or repair. In Islamic terminology, ‘Islaah’ means correcting a Muslim or providing more knowledge of Islam to a Muslim.

Source: www.dawahcorner.org

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