About My Work

Gumbad-e-Khizrakaba shreefThese are my small efforts for gaining Ammal-e-Saw’liha for Aqirah on net. 

                                    

                     Make Dua for me to do more better than this. JAZAK ALLAH KHAIR for visiting this blog & give suggestions what changes should I do………………………ALLAH HAFIZ

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 About-Sunni Dawat-e- Islami
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Sunni Dawate Islami – UK

Sunni Dawate Islami is an international, non-political and purely religious movement.
It promotes the propagation of the true beliefs of Islam under the teaching of the true
sect of Ahle Sunnah Wa Jama’ah.

Through encouraging the blessed Sunnahs of the Beloved Messenger (Peace and Blessings
be upon them) it aims to light the beacon of love, admiration and affection of the Beloved Messenger (peace and blessings be upon them) in the hearts of each believer, and through
this it endeavours to perfect the body, soul and mind by moulding each Muslim’s life
according to the Qur’an and Sunnah.

The sole purpose of Sunni Dawate Islami is to motivate each believer to become a true
believer; inspiring them to remain steadfast in fulfilling the commands of Allah Almighty
and to shine as a true respectful and humble devotee to the Beloved Messenger (peace and blessings be upon them) and thus helping them to graciously adhere to the blessed life
and Sunnahs of the Beloved Messenger (peace and blessings be upon them) which is
the best example to emulate.

Glory to Allah, this Islamic propagation movement is growing significantly.

It originated in Mumbai (India) under the leadership of his excellence Hazrat Moulana
Mohammed Shakir Noori Saheb, and now through the grace of Allah and His beloveds this movement is continuously expanding in various parts of the world, under the guidance
of the scholars of Ahle Sunnah wa Jama’ah, it is already prominent in countries like:
India; United Kingdom; USA; Canada; Africa; Portugal and Saudi Arabia, and insha’Allah
aims to spread and help Muslims in other countries too.


Weekly Congregation (Ijtema)
Weekly congregations are held in Mumbai at Ismail Habib Masjid, every Saturday after
Isha Prayer. There are also frequent ijtemas (congregations)
around the countries mentioned above. (Please see contact list of head offices in
various countries for details about ijtemas organised in your area).

Ijtemas are also held for Islamic Sisters, from which numerous sisters have gained
invaluable amount of knowledge and improved their lives immensely to the Sunnah
and will insha’allah continue to do so.


Following the Sunnah
All Islamic Brothers (Mubalighs) of Sunni Dawate Islami are seen wearing a unified dress
code, i.e. white garment (kurta shalwar) with white amama (turban) which is in accordance
to the Sunnah of the Beloved Messenger (peace and blessings be upon them).


Educational Visits (Dawra)
The most important aspect of Sunni Dawate Islami is the Islamic Educational Visits
(Dawra). The Islamic Brothers (Mubalighs) visit other towns, where they share, learn
and teach the Sunnah of the Beloved Messenger (peace and blessings be upon them)
to other brothers in Islam. Many brothers participate in these visits every month.
These visits also traverse to foreign countries so that the message of Qur’an and
Sunnah of the Beloved Messenger (peace and blessings be upon them)
is propagated throughout the world.


Annual International Congregation (ijtema)
Praise to Allah Almighty, each year Sunni Dawate Islami organises an annual
international ijtema which is held in Mumbai at Azaad Maidaan, thousands of Muslims
around the world attend this unique event. It is also held annually in the UK during
the summer which also receives an immense turnout. Large number of Ulemas
(Islamic scholars), renowned personalities, mubalighs and fellow Muslims attend these congregations, there is also a special day reserved for the Muslim Sisters to attend
and gain knowledge in a strict segregated environment.

SDI Publications
Apart from propagating the religion of the Holy Prohet Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam through Speeches, Sunni Dawate Islami is actively engaged in publishing books and has so far published more than ten books which has been simultaneously translated into many languages.


Barkaat-e-Shariat Part 1, Part2 and Part 3
Barkaat-e-Shariat is one of the comprehensive books written on the Sunnah of the
Beloved Messenger Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam and the rules and regulations
of Islam. The teaching from this book is given in Mosques in many countries around
the world. The book has been extemely successfull with the masses and has been already translated into several languages. Alhamdulillah people around the world gain endless amount of knowledge and guidance, on how to live according to the Sunnah of the Beloved Messenger (peace and blessings be upon them).


Sunni Dawate Islami On-line
This site www.sunnidawateislami.net provides ample amount of information and guidance on Islam through the correct teaching of Ahle Sunnah Wa Jama’ah. It provides an update of activities carried out by the organisation. You can also listen to Naats and speeches on this site. Emailing facility is also available if you wish to correspond to the organisation.


Maktab-E-Taibah
We also have a mobile stall where we stock books, audio/CD speeches in English and
Urdu, Naats, qirayats are also available, along with items like: miswaks, Itr (perfume oil), stickers, pens and much more.

Click Here To Contact Us

INDIAInternational Head Office
Sunni Dawat-e-Islami
Ismail Habib Masjid ,
Kambekar Street
Mumbai 3
UKSunni Dawat-e-Islami
Noor Hall,
Noor Street,

Preston
PR1 1QL

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