Sister Iman llano’s Daughter took shahadah

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Assalam o Alaykum Wa rahmatuAllah Wabarakatuh to everyone my dearest sisters and brothers..
To everyone Muslim and over the world most especially on this group.. she is my dougther.. she embrace in Islam today..
I never expect that she embrace in Islam..
I am standing for my family as a mother and as a father.. when I embrace in Islam.. I try my best and long time I wait for time when she did embrace for Islam. But I am so happy coz she did.. Alhamdulillah now she is A Muslim women..
To All my dearest co-Muslim and over the world please pray fo me to my dougther..
May almighty Allah he guide us to the right path. Ameen.

“Allahu Akbar ”

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Sweden’s first police recruit in hijab, Ma shaa’Allaah!

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Sweden’s first police recruit in hijab, Ma shaa’Allaah!

Sweden’s first veiled police recruit, Donna Eljammal, 26, does not regard her traditional Muslim hijab as a hindrance but rather an asset for her future career within the Swedish police force. ”If anything, it is a reflection of the multicultural Sweden we live in today,” Eljammal told The Local.

Donna Eljammal has known since she was a little girl that she wanted to be a police officer.

”I like working with people, helping people, and to not do exactly the same thing everyday. I always knew it would fit my personality,” she said.

And it shows the public another side of women choosing to wear the veil, that we are not oppressed but can be strong and independent women.”

Before being accepted into the police academy, Eljammal worked for the Swedish Prison and Probation Service (Kriminalvården).

Wearing a veil never constituted a problem there either, and she always felt she was well treated and respected by the other members of staff.

Eljammal thinks that it is an asset in all professions today to have staff with different cultural and religious backgrounds.

”The veil shows clearly that I have first hand knowledge of a different aspect of Swedish society,” she said.

And at the police, they welcome having recruits with different backgrounds representing the variety of Swedish contemporary society.

”We’re living in a modern and multi-cultural society and it goes without saying that we must recognize the fundamental rights that exists therein. And freedom of religion is one of them,” Kalle Wallin of the National Police Board (Rikspolisstyrelsen) said to daily Expressen.

Eljammal knew that she would receive a lot of attention as Sweden’s first veiled police recruit.

”Sweden’s first ever female police recruit received a lot of attention as well. It’s just because it is the very first time,” she said.

However, she had not expected all the attention to come so early, during her first term at the police academy.

”It places a huge responsibility on me to really set an example and be a role model to others,” she told The Local.

Brother Wayne’s short story to islam

11014927_834100519972243_1937140641825218767_nWayne: “I am a 56 year old Englishman, raised in a Church of England home, came to Australia in 1964. I always questioned about the teachings of christianity and on 25th December, 2009, I became a Muslim. For me, Islam was where I found truth, and my questions were answered. I joined the family of Islam and never been more complete as a person, and now try to support my brothers and sisters with speaking out to ones that try to bring Islam down.”

and a comment:

Acan Vaie The truth is that Islam is the way of life given to mankind by God Almighty. The truth is that every God-fearing person on Earth wants to be a Muslim. Every person on earth has been a Muslim and every person on earth will be a Muslim again.

Sister Sara’s Short Story- how i came to Islam?

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Sara: “I grew up going to church and having faith in God but when I hit my teens I rebelled a bit and wanting to have fun with my friends, I starting going clubbing and stopped attending church. Still believing in God, I always found it interesting talking to Muslims about Islam. I struggled with the Churche’s idea of the trinity and believing that Jesus was the son of God.

Mid last year, I reverted to Islam and early this year I started wearing niqab, both being decisions I wish I had made earlier. In some ways my life has changed so much and in other ways I’m still the same girl. I traded in some of my old habits; I don’t drink, smoke, go clubbing or get into trouble anymore, but kept some; I still enjoy shopping, spending time with the girls and getting my hair done, and adopted some new ones like praying five times a day and covering up.

Covering up and niqab was my choice. Some people think that a man forces me to wear niqab but I’m not even married and my dad isn’t Muslim so he wouldn’t care if I chose not to wear niqab – as long as I’m happy, he is happy. I’m definitely not forced. I understand non Muslims being apprehensive or intimidated or possibly scared of niqab. To be honest, before I reverted I had similar feelings and thoughts but then I met people who wear niqab and realised under the layers they’re just normal everyday people. I don’t think I’m better than anyone who doesn’t wear niqab, Muslim or non Muslim. I wear niqab as extra worship and devotion between me and ALLAH.”