Basic preparation for practical training in preaching to the non-Muslims among students of the department of Dakwah and leadership studies, faculty of Islamic studies, Ukm

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Basic preparation in preaching to the non-Muslims has to be mastered by students especially those from the Department of Dakwah and Leadership Studies (DDLS) so that the goal of dakwah (the propagation of Islamic beliefs) in Practical Training in Preaching to Non-Muslims (PTPNM) is achieved. The objective of this paper is to present the basic preparatory steps used by students who undertook PTPNM at the Indigenous People’s Village in Kampung Tanah Gembur, Ledang Johor in 2011. Apart from that, it also identifies whether the students’ basic preparation during PTPNM was sufficient or not as an improvement for certain parties. This research involves both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. The qualitative method is carried out through observation by the researchers on students who undertook the course from the beginning of its implementation until the practical training session was over. It aims to observe whether the students had tackled their training equipped with physical, mental, emotional and managerial preparations. The quantitative method on the other hand, is based on questionnaire which aims to obtain feedback from the students after they have completed their PTPNM. A total of 65 second year 2011/12 session students have answered the Likert-scale questionnaire and the data gathered have been analysed using the SPSS software. Research findings show that the students had done sufficient basic preparation, among them are that the students had reacted positively towards the non-Muslims eventhough they had to face situations which were very different in terms of religion and local customs (63%), the courage shown by the students in befriending the non-Muslims (58%) and applying their knowledge of the approach in preaching to the non-Muslims according to the suitability of time, place and conditions (60%). Hence, PTPNM’s basic preparation needs to be mastered as a solid preparation and subsequently enable the mission of spreading the Islamic beliefs (dakwah) to attain its objective.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)90-95
Number of pages6
JournalTurkish Online Journal of Educational Technology
Volume2015
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Keywords

  • Basic preparation
  • Non-muslims
  • Propagation of islamic beliefs or preaching (dakwah)

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