Al-Tadarruj wa al-Tawazun (Gradual, Balanced and Proportional) The progressiveness and the expansiveness of the da’wah movement of the party must be done gradually and proportionally, in accordance to the law of Allah (Sunnatullah) that governs the universe. The system of Islam stands on the principles of gradualism and balance. These principles are natural and will not be subjected to changes. Human beings by nature are created in graduation and balance. Therefore, all human acts, especially political acts, which are aimed at deviation from gradualism and balance, will lead to failure and, hence, they can be categorized as a crime towards humanity and the nature. Consequently, gradualism and balance have to underlie each and every activity of the Party, both in terms of its individual activists and its collective organization.
11. Al-‘Alamiyah (Part of Global Da’wah) In principle, any Islamic da’wah movement must have a global vision in parallel to the universality of Islam. This, indeed, has been the very nature of the da’wah. It is an activity that is not limited to certain ethnics, or by state or regional boundaries. This recognition highlights that the existence of our da’wah is part of the da’wah activities around the globe. It is, therefore, essential that every policy made, program planned and step taken is in harmony with the international da’wah strategy and follows the sunnatudda’wah whilst not setting aside specific issues happening locally.
Da'wah, for the uninitiated, word "Da'wah" in Arabic means to invite. When it is used in conjunction with Islam, it is understood to mean "inviting to the Way of submission and surrender to Allah."