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Title: Da'wah to Aborigines at Lubuk Legong, Siong Baling Kedah
Authors: Nur Hana Bt Abdul Latif
Keywords: Da'wah (Islam)--Kedah
tes FKP 2004 .N8742
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Kolej Universiti Islam Malaysia
Abstract: Da'wah activities must proceed as planned. This research is based on the study of dacwah activities carried out at an Orang Asli Kensiu communities in Lubuk Legong, Siong, Baling, Kedah. The researcher spent a time of 4 months, with them, for purpose of observing and collection of data and information about the maid activities. The study are focus on their acceptance of Islam and the activities of da'wah that were specially programmed for them by the Islamic Development of Organization of Malaysia (JAKlA4). To fully achieve the objectives of this research, the researcher used two different method, namely literature review and field study. Several study technique have been applied, namely non-participation, observation, interview and documentary analysis. The researcher comes up with them. Conclusion, that this Kensiu aborigines group have already fully embraced the religion of Islam and being guided in the religion practices by the offices of JAKIM. But, there is still room for improvements to make the da'wah activities and approaches more effective and efficient.
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