القواعد الدعوية للداعي في ضوء تفسير التذكيرالقويم لوحيد الدين خان
The principles of Dawah for the preacher in the light of Tafseer Tazkeer Al Qaweem by wahid Ul Din khan DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10437182
Keywords:Reflection of Dawah, Politics, Nationalism, and Journalism, Islamic thought, Islamic system, Wahid Uddin Khan, Obligatory, Muslim thinkers.
Tazkeer Ul Quran is the combination of orthodox and modernist interpretation and has deeply influenced modern Islamic thought. It differs from traditional exegeses in several ways. It is more than a traditional commentary on the scripture as it contains discussions and debates regarding economics, sociology, history, and politics. In his text, Dr Waheed Ul din khan highlights Quranic perspective and argues that Islam provides ample guidance in all spheres. Dr Waheed Ul Din Khan uses the standard technique of providing an explanation of the Quranic verses from the Sunnah of Muhammed, including the historical reasons behind the verses. Tazkeer Ul Quran deals extensively with issues faced by the modern world in general and the Muslim community. And He did not believe in nationalism based on homeland, blood, language, or food, according to some customs of the Indian subcontinent, or the government, or other slogans that have no value to him. Rather, the concept of nationalism for him is based on religion. He felt that quite a few new scholars and intellectuals were influenced by his Dawah, so he directed his Dawah to them to establish the Islamic group.
For the past few centuries, Muslims have been engaged in efforts to revive and implement the Islamic system around the world. These revival and constructive efforts can be divided into several dimensions. One form of these revival efforts is to strive for the establishment of Islamic government, the implementation of the Islamic system, and the establishment of Islamic religion throughout the world. Among many others Maulana Wahiduddin Khan is also well-known in the sub-continent due to his thoughts and practical efforts regarding Farizah Iqamat e Deen. His concern regarding the obligation of Iqamah Deen is different from other Muslim thinkers of the subcontinent. This paper analyses his thoughts about Farizah Aqamat e Deen. According to him the meaning of Iqamat e Deen is not to establish the deen, but to preserve the established. According to other thinkers, it means both to establish and keep the established. For him the main purpose of Prophets is not to perform Farizah Aqamat e Deen. It’s not obligatory for Muslims to make efforts for the establishment of Islamic system in the whole world.
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