Mujeeb Jaihoon’s concluding address at the Tajriba Training (One day Muallim Workshop), organized by the Hadia National Council, at the Darul Huda Assam Campus (Barpeta), conducted by Dr. MH Hashim Rifai, teacher educator, Aligarh Muslim University Kishanganj off-campus. Also present were Sayyid Mueenudheen Hudawi, Director in charge of DHIU Assam, Shihaz Sultan, publisher of Satyadara Gulf and Suhail Kanniri Hudawi, project Coordinator of HADIA CSE.
I am well aware you are way ahead of the speaker with regards to your service of this Faith. It is important to spread the message of Islam keeping its beauty and mercy intact. While the Dos and Don’ts are certainly imperative to its Creed, the love and beauty of its teachings are also to be shared with humanity. The legal and historical aspects are to be narrated to the largely secularized world with due caution, consideration and compassion.
It is often the beauty and compassion of Islam, which had conquered the hearts and minds of its obnoxious enemies. The inherent Love in Islam, not just the logical proofs, is the most effective cure for Islamophobia. For, History has proved in more than one occasion that where institutionalized scholastic arguments failed, a compassionate glance of a dervish worked wonders. We also observed that the tyrannical Muslim rulers and regimes have done harm than good for the spread of Faith in contrast to the noble saints and sages who dwelt in the love of God and service of humanity.
I hope you find the 3cs of dawa useful in your efforts to impart the beauty of this wonderful Faith.
Located in the Barpeta District of India’s northeastern state of Assam, DHIU Assam Centre is the northeast off-campus of the parental institution, Darul Huda Islamic University, based in Kerala. The ASSAM center offers free of cost religious and secular education to its students, comprising mainly of ethnic north-east communities of India. The institution also involved in commendable community initiatives as well as women empowerment programs, including a secondary girls school as well as revitalization of traditional madrassa education among the local population.
Posted March 03 2019