The Characteristics of The Caller

Learn the seven key traits essential for effective Da'wah and personal spiritual growth.
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Osman Latiff
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The Characteristics of The Caller,” is a comprehensive online course designed to educate and empower individuals dedicated to the noble pursuit of Da’wah, the Islamic practice of inviting others to understand and embrace Islam. This course delves into the seven fundamental characteristics that make Da’wah effective, focusing on the personal and spiritual growth of the Da’i (the caller). Through detailed exploration and practical guidance, this course aims to enhance your ability to communicate Islam’s message with sincerity, wisdom, and empathy, thereby achieving both personal transformation and positive social impact.

Ideal for both seasoned du’at and newcomers, participants will learn about key traits such as Taqwa (righteousness), Ikhlas (sincerity), Hikmah (wisdom), and Ilm (knowledge). Emphasis will also be placed on courage, empathy, and good character. You’ll explore how to internalize and actualize these characteristics, fostering a deeper connection with yourself, others, and Allah. This course highlights the significance of humility and hope, reminding us that hearts can be revived and guided by Allah, even after they have become hardened. By the end of the course you will develop the skills necessary to conduct Da’wah effectively, understanding that listening is as crucial as speaking, and that true success in Da’wah lies in Allah’s guidance.

Dr Osman Latiff

Dr Osman Latiff is Senior Researcher and Instructor at Sapience Institute. He has a BA in History, an MA in Crusader Studies, and has completed a PhD in the 'Place of Fada'il al-Quds (Merits of Jerusalem) and Religious Poetry in the Muslim effort to recapture Jerusalem in the Crusades'. His book on the crusades, ‘The Cutting Edge of the Poet’s Sword: Muslim Poetic Responses to the Crusades’ was published by Brill in 2018. He has also written and continues to write academic articles and book chapters in the field of history.