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There’s a new Islamic movement growing in the Middle East

But it’s not exactly what you think it is when you think Middle East. In one singular apartment in Jordan, there sits, a group of men particularly two trying to convince another — to not turn violent and joint jihadists. The movement has largely become known as  Dawah, an off print of the Islamic religion.

The man the men hoped to free from Jihadists influence, perhaps, goes by the name Mohammed — who agreed to hold off for 40 days giving the men a chance to convince him otherwise. Dawah, is growing in popularity, and  prides itself on “loving others including Muslims and Not Muslims”.

The Christian Science Monitor notes that America has a large population of those who follow Dawah.

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