اسلام کا طریقہ ٔابلاغ اور جدید مذہبی دانشوروں کی آراء، ایک تقابلی جائزہ
Islam's methdo of communication and methodology is very clear. From the very beginning, this religion has resorted to the medium of communication to explain its position and to convey its message. In this regard, the two main sources of Islam, the Qur'an and Sunnah, can be given as examples. In particular, in the light of these two sources, the interpretation of modern communication can be easily explained and justified. Communication is mentioned prominently in the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet. The last prophet of Allah has also pointed this out in his last sermon. This article highlights three important aspects:
- Identification of Muslim Method of communication and comparison with other nations
- Sharing the Muslim communication process with other nations
- The importance of communication in the eyes of Qur'an and Sunnah
It was important for us to point out the basic message of Islam under the heading under discussion and to compare it briefly with other nations in the context of the Qur'an and Sunnah. Also the justification for adopting the style. Therefore, this article is not only a reflection of comparative style but also a symbol of narrative research style. This article explains the way of communication between Islam and other nations. However, pointing to the Islamic State's approach to communication, it has been stated that the person belonging to the said sector (media person) should have insightful and world-class information. In addition, the moral limitations of the Muslim communication process have been implicitly pointed out.