Is Giving Dawa to a Non Mahram Allowed?

Answered by Shaykh Abdul-Rahim Reasat


Is Giving Dawa to a Non-Mahram Allowed?

Calling people to Islam is a fundamental responsibility for Muslims; however, situations may arise where the opportunity to invite someone to Islam involves interactions with individuals of the opposite sex. In addressing this topic, Shaykh Abdul-Rahim Reasat clarifies the limits and offers valuable advice for navigating such scenarios.

Shaykh Abdul-Rahim Reasat embarked on his journey of learning Arabic Grammar and Morphology alongside pursuing a degree in English and History. Following his graduation, he journeyed to Damascus to delve deeper into Arabic studies, Hanafi Fiqh, Theology, and more under the guidance of esteemed scholars such as Shaykh Adnan Darwish and Shaykh ‘Abd al-Rahman Arjan al-Binsawi. He furthered his studies in Amman, covering a wide array of disciplines, including Tafsir, Hadith Methodology, and Tajwid, under the tutelage of notable teachers like Shaykh Ali Hani and Dr. Hamza al-Bakri.