12 techniques - Training for Dawah

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Stick to what works!
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Raise your hand how many people
has picked the person to encounter?
Brief description about islam (< 1
min)
Revert Story analysis
After this class you need to break
your ice and talk to a person about
islam
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Video 4 CNN Report Converts to
Islam.flv
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Explore twelve of the most
effective techniques out there.
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Technique #1:
“Keep Your Eyes
On The Ball”
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Technique #2:
“Logical
Progression”
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Technique #3:
“Flip It”
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Technique #4:
“Quantify It”
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Technique #5:
“A Picture is Worth
1000 words”
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Technique #6:
“Relate To Your
Audience”
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Technique #7:
“Examples”
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Technique #8:
“Honesty Is The
Best Policy”
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Technique #9:
“Listen, Don’t Just
Hear”
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Technique #10:
“Repeat Q”
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Technique #11:
“Use Word from
the Quran”
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Smile
Standing position
Silence
Be Confident
Look into the eyes
Be creative
3 Level of argumentation
People you dislike
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Technique #12:
“Go For The Sale”
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If the prospect has all the right
ingredients, then do not hesitate
to “Go For The Sale”
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Are you waiting for a sign from God?
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Are you pressured from your family, friends, or
society?
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Do you have any lingering doubts/questions?
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What if you get hit by a truck?
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Do you feel overwhelmed by the details?
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Understand where non-Muslims are
coming from; put yourself in their
shoes.
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Islam is not considered a “feel good” religion
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Results are not instant
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Islam is considered as too “restrictive“
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Islam is viewed as a “foreign” religion
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Islam is viewed as a “terrorist” religion
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Islam is only for Arabs
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Islam is politically incorrect
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DO’S
DON’TS
The first impression is the most
important.
Avoid giving dawah while your are
sick or under stress.
Be simple, informal, and moderate.
Be very careful not to contradict
yourself.
Welcome people warmly and give
them sincere respect.
Always be on time.
Listen carefully and show deep
concern.
Do not break your promises.
Affirm your willingness to help at any
time.
Guard yourself from criticism and
overlook faults of others.
Try to understand the background
and culture of others.
Avoid inviting people to disorganized
places.
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DO’S
DON’TS
Address people according to their
level understanding.
Do not be discouraged by their
extremist views of Islam.
Exchange visits and gifts.
Avoid wasting time in useless
arguments.
Present information in a simple
convincing manner.
Do not get discouraged if you get no
immediate results.
Return good for evil and face
problems with more endurance.
Conversion is not your job.
Praise their good qualities and the
good things in their way of life.
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You MUST talk to a person about Islam before
the next 2 classes (2 weeks from today)
Read the book “Just One Message” and
prepare all the question regarding Christian
Belief
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Session 1
Introduction
Cash Cow
Session 2
Revert Story
Lang. Sensitivity
Session 3
Dawah
Techniques
Session 4
Misconceptions
Part 1
Session 5
Christian Beliefs
Session 6
Misconceptions
Part 2
Session 7
Hindu Beliefs
Encounters
Session 8
Conclusion
Path Forward
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