Some cite the following examples however on closer examination none were invited to Islam by the prophet as detailed in this referenced answer:
It's not possible to call individuals to "Islam". Islam is a way of life for a community or polity, addressing institutions, laws, norms etc How would an indidividual live that way of life?
How would they create a bayt al-maal?
An Islamic judiciary?
Military for defence?
At best they can follow some personal elements, worships and morality. They can follow aspects of Islam - ajaza al-Islam - at best.
It has to be society that is called to Islam so they can collectively live by this way of life. It is why the prophet called the Qurayshite leaders to collectively reorient their way of life, thereby reorienting their institutions, laws, structure, culture, norms etc
The prophet (saw) never called individuals to "Islam"... missionaryism was not his template.
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