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The Manners and Etiquette of Da`wah
  Inviting Towards Allaah and the Qualities the Caller
Author: Shaikh Abdul-Aziz Bin Baz
Article ID : DAW010002  [36328]  
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Our Prophet Muhammad () conveyed the message of Allaah through and through, and fulfilled the obligation of trust of Allalh, the Great, reposed in him, sought the welfare of the Ummah, strived in the way of Allaah as required, and called people towards Him, secretly as well as openly though he () was subjected to extreme tribulations and troubles while treading the path prescribed by Allaah. But he () remained firm and stead-fast as other Prophets (A.S.) had done before. Our Prophet () preached as other Prophets (A.S.) had done but he () was subjected to the worst tribulations. Therefore, hisstation in patience was also high, and he fulfilled his duty in conveying the Divine Message. For complete twenty three years the Messenger of Allaah () conveyed His Message, His Commandments. In the first instance it was in Makkah, where the prophet () propagated the message of Allaah, secretly or openly for 13 years. Subsequntly he () was tortured by the people but he remained steadfast and patient on his call to the people. Although they knew that he () was truthful and trustworthy, realised his status in life and his ancestors, but the leaders of Makkah were self centred, jealous of and inimical towards him () They were victims of ignorance, custom and traditions of the past. The elite among the people refused to accept him () as their Prophet, they acted in an arrogant way, and were jealous of him. () Naturally the common people followed them and ill-treated the Prophet (). It is therefore rightly said that Prophet Muhammad () was the most afflicted personality of all times.

It is also evident from the above, that the elite of the town realised the truth but were turbulent. So Allaah, the Supreme says:

“We know well how their talk grieves you, though in truth they deny not you (Muhammad S.A.W.) but evil doers flout the revelations of Allaah.” (6 : 33)

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