The strategy that Diwan Al Dawla employs to meet its mission is framed within the 3 i’s inform-inspire-integrate. The strategy is centered on the following two broad objectives:

Objective 1 To counsel, mentor and inspire individuals by advancing a scientific religious narrative.

Strategy 1

Diwan Al Dawla's mentoring program involves civilisational narratives about the history and philosophy of Arabic science and its leading role in human civilisation.

The program curriculum aids an individual in leading an intellectually active and a spiritually autonomous life that is detached from the socialist worldview, which dominates the historical narrative of science in favor of secular and atheistic outlooks.

Diwan Al Dawla's historical and philosophical knowledge about the symbiosis between natural science and true religion is the universal alternative to a socialist society that engages in an internal battle to subdue and subjugate religion, which it treats with suspicion.


Objective 2 To relieve structural disadvantage through the object of building a universal spiritual enterprise that promotes socioeconomic justice.

Strategy 2

The problem of structural marginalisation targeted by the guild is based on a sense of grievance that is driven by a socialist political system and its incorporated religious associations, which render the concept of religious faith as a state-dependent phenomena that is loyal to its state symbols and subject to its narrative and legal conditioning.

The risk of disenfranchisement to be alleviated can, therefore, only be tackled once the vulnerability factors that underpin this form of disadvantage are countered and a corresponding scheme is put in place.

Diwan Al Dawla has developed a sociopolitical model that tackles socialist structural disadvantage by aiding the initiative of collaborative effort as founded upon autonomous standards of religious self-governance, i.e. by being outside the fold of hypocritical religious associations.

Diwan Al Dawla aims to achieve this through a charitable service which provides socioeconomic scaffolding based upon a sense of belonging that is grounded in a universal spiritual framework. An autonomous spiritual approach, when accompanied by a charitable mission, can be a motivational force that engages individuals and inspires them to become a renewable force for social development and political reform.

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