Few words of Advice to brother and Sisters in Islam :)

Please be a good sample of your deen to others,
Today Islam has been introduced by it’s enemies as a religion of killing, terror and religion of voilence.
If you all walk and talk with the public in the west and even in south korea, all what image they have is:
a very negative thing and thinking about Islam.
They do not have a single information and no body else [today muslims] very less people work in spreading the true message
of peace and love and humanity of Islam.

We all are bound to be a good muslim, honest, kind, caring, respectfull towards ourself firts,
then our parents, wife, our sister and brothers, elders, our neighbors and co workers and everyone else we see.
If we have hijjab and beard with a white hat we represent the deen.
Please inform yourself from your deen, with simple thing of kindness and good morals a person can go to jannah.
meanwhile, jihhad and striving in the way of allah has it’s own place.
but it doesn’t mean we should be lazy in our studies, work, waste our time on games and so on.

we as a muslim have goals in our life.[Worshiping Allah swt and serving the deen and humanity].

The most misunderstood religion even withing the muslims,
our muslim brother and sisters think, it’s good to be lazy, time pass and a dumb guy rather then being a rich plus
honest and a kind muslim.

There is not problem with being rich muslim, working hard and having good business,
beside you can help tousand others [feeding the poor, needy and water well for them through projects like @MATW organization
whihc is a non profit humanitirian org. founded by ALi Banat].

In today’s world take 2 role models:

  • Khabib Nurmagomedov
  • Ali Banat
  • Mesut Ozil

1st two Both are a good sample of Islam, they represent the deen very well.
working hard, plus staying pious and away from evil desires (drinking, gumbling, domestic abuse, girls, cheating,
haram money[income] and so on. ) plus both have goals in life and working for the other muslims too.

the Third (Mesut Ozil) person broke the silence and spoke about the oppression of Uyghurs being raped and killed,
systematicaly brainwashed and married to chinese by the gov. of CHINA,
Ozil lost lots of fans in china, he has been ommited from PES Games, arsenal live broadcast of Match has been canceled,
and eventualy he is now playing with a turkish Club.

There is a hadith of Rasullullah SAW Says, [The biggest jihad is saying the truth to the Oppressor King/Ruler].
Now he might not been a very strict practicing muslims but being a very talented player and speakin the truth while
it might have consequences of losing your wealth and value in the market is not an easy task.

So, now think of yourself!
what you did to your deen?
How much kind, honest, hardworking and humble muslim you are? towards your parents, wife, siter and brothers?
neighbors[even non muslim], co workers?

Have your behavior, hijjab, kindness, help, personality, influenced somebody towards Islam????

  • If yes, Keep up the good work. (plz don’t forget urself to be reminded and corrected, as no body is perfect).
  • If No, Nothing is impossible and it’s never too late.

Sister Gigi’s journey to Islam

Assaslam alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh My name is Gigi, I am from the USA, I took the Shahada in March 2017, my life has completely changed and I’m a better person. I never felt God before until Islam came to my life. I lost many friends, some family, a job and my home, i been through fire but I’m still standing, stronger and better then ever in my life. I’m nothing, Nothing belongs to me everything I am and have comes from my beloved.

How I embraced Islam?

Assalam alaikum warahmatullah I took my shahada November of 2015. It is the first time I really felt God in my life. At first, it was such a great unexplainable feeling. Fast forward almost two years, I’ve experienced two Ramadans, the first Masjid I visited was in 2016, and I’ve met many Muslims online and in person. It’s been a journey of ups and downs. But always remember that no matter how far you go astray, God will welcome you back with open arms. You just have to start walking towards him. I want to say we reverts are strong! We go through many struggles and we all have unique stories. Kudos to us. I love you all for the sake of God.💜💜💜💛💛💛

I do not help my wife :)

A friend came to my house for coffee, we sat and talked about life. At some point in the conversation, I said, “I’m going to wash the dishes and I’ll be right back.”
He looked at me as if I had told him I was going to build a space rocket. Then he said to me with admiration but a little perplexed: “I’m glad you  help your wife, I do not help because when I do, my wife does not praise me. Last week I washed the floor and no thanks.”
I went back to sit with him and explained that I did not “help” my wife. Actually, my wife does not need help, she needs a partner. I am a partner at home and through that society are divided functions, but it is not a “help” to do household chores.
I do not help my wife clean the house because I live here too and I need to clean it too.
I do not help my wife to cook because I also want to eat and I need to cook too.
I do not help my wife wash the dishes after eating because I also use those dishes.
I do not help my wife with her children because they are also my children and my job is to be a father.
I do not help my wife to wash, spread or fold clothes, because the clothes are also mine and my children.
I am not a help at home, I am part of the house. And as for praising, I asked my friend when it was the last time after his wife finished cleaning the house, washing clothes, changing bed sheets, bathing her children, cooking, organizing, etc. You  said thank you
But a thank you of the type: Wow, sweetheart !!! You are fantastic!!!
Does that seem absurd to you? Are you looking strange? When you, once in a lifetime, cleaned the floor, you expected in the least, a prize of excellence with great glory … why? You never thought about that, my friend?
Maybe because for you, the macho culture has shown that everything is her job.
Perhaps you have been taught that all this must be done without having to move a finger? Then praise her as you wanted to be praised, in the same way, with the same intensity. Give her a hand, behave like a true companion, not as a guest who only comes to eat, sleep, bathe and satisfy needs … Feel at home. In his house.
The real change of our society begins in our homes, let us teach our sons and daughters the real sense of fellowship! ”

-revert muslim Brother Tee Edwards

Secrets of fasting 

Dear beloved, fasting is not just a worship …it is a treatment and healing for many diseases …it is a renewal method for our body cells and the activity of the entire body…as a result it is to renew our entire life and when we realize benefits offasting we really touch its sweetness, Allah Almighty says: (O you who believe! Observing As-Saum (the fasting) is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become Al-Muttaqun) {Sûrat Al-Baqarah-The Cow-verse 183 }.
The scientists confirm that the best cure for the accumulation of poisons in the body is the fasting because it helps in cleaning the cells from these poisons ,prophet Mohamed peace be upon him says :” fasting is a protection” {narrated by Muslim}. Indeed it is a protection from many diseases by increasing the activity of our cells.
Physicians assure that fasting activates our immune system …as the resistance of the body increases against all diseases. The immune system is a group of soldiers who guards the body from many viruses and harmful bacteria. Hence fasting is an effective weapon to help the body to defend itself. 
A medical fact: fasting is a main reason behind the long life!!!! Many non-Muslims had authored many books about the different benefits of fasting and they concluded that frequent fasting people lives longer than those who don’t fast!! Glory to Allah Almighty who prescribed the fasting for us as He Almighty says: (O you who believe! Observing As-Saum (the fasting) is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become Al-Muttaqun){Sûrat Al-Baqarah-The Cow-verse 183 }.
– Many scientific studies confirm that the best food for fasting people is “dates” with water because it contains all needed vitamins, sugars and minerals, hence the prophet says in the prophetic hadith ”when you break your fasting eat dates and if you don’t have dates drink water”{narrated by Abu- Dawood}.

Recent studies confirm that the ideal time to stop the smoking habit is the holy month of Ramadan!! Because fasting cleans the cells from the poisons of the tobacco , so Ramadan helps smokers to give up smoking as long as they sincerely supplicates Allah Almighty to support them to do that …it is amazing to know that non- Muslims are using fasting to cure smokers from smoking, what about us as Muslims? 
Many scientific studies say that praying helps in the healing from many diseases such as back pains and joints pains. Also the submissiveness during praying has a strange power in curing many chronic diseases especially during fasting. Allah Almighty says: (And that you fast, it is better for you if only you know){Sûrat Al-Baqarah-The Cow-verse 184}. 
Recent scientists suggest fasting as a new method to treat obesity because the fasting helps in dissolving fats and organizing the hormones to get a perfect body, the medical fact says: fasting is the easiest way to treat obesity.
The scientists say that fasting increases the power ofour brain!! As fasting increases the ability for creation! And is considered to be the best way to activate the cells of the brain to reprogram it, increase its ability and the self-healing. Therefore Allah Almighty says: (And that you fast, it is better for you if only you know) {Sûrat Al-Baqarah- The Cow-verse 184}.
A medical fact says that fasting reprograms our cells!!Many researchers had noticed many radical changes inside the systems of the body of the fasting people. It includes the physiological and psychological side. The frequent fasting breaks down the growth of tumor cells, and many scientists confirm that fasting for long times enhances the performance of the entire body which decreases the probability to be infected by cancer.
The scientists confirm that fasting helps in weight reducing, getting rid of the poisons, reduce pain and inflammation and increasing the concentration. Also, fasting is a kind of food saving and one of its greatest benefits is that the fasting people are satisfied because they feel that they played a main role to enhance their health, Allah Almighty summarized all of the previous in just a few words as He says: (And that you fast, it is better for you if only you know) {Sûrat Al-Baqarah- The Cow-verse 184}. 
Recent physicians approved one of the most important scientific facts that fasting helps to cure back pains, neck pains and backbone pains. A new study confirmed that fasting is a successful treatment for joints pain if the patient is performing the fasting for a continuous month (holy month of Ramadan)!!Don’t we realize the greatness of fasting to taste the sweetness of the holy month of Ramadan? 
Many scientists confirm that fasting is an operation without a surgery! As fasting cures stones in the kidney and the gallbladder, malignant tumors and liver. Many researchers say that fasting succeeds in many impossible missions where surgery operations fail! Allah Almighty says: (And that you fast, it is better for you if only you know) {Sûrat Al-Baqarah- The Cow-verse 184}.
A new scientific study confirms that healthy nutrition and the fasting activates the brain and protects from dementia as many scientists say: “the healthy nutrition and fasting from time to time stimulates the brain” and they confirm that eating dates and vegetables after fasting (breaking the fasting) reduces the possibility to be infected by dementia or brain attack. They assure that fasting plays a vital role in activating the brain cells to make it works more effectively. Allah Almighty says:(And that you fast, it is better for you if only you know) {Sûrat Al-Baqarah- The Cow-verse 184}.
The scientists say that the fasting man preserves many of his energy because of the refraining from food and drink; it means that the effective energy of the fasting man is at the top during the holy month of Ramadan! At that holy month it is easy to memorize the Qur’an!! We don’t have to forget that the Qur’an was descended in Ramadan.
Fasting cures many chronic diseases in the digestive system such as colon spasms and digestive disorders because fasting activates and organizes the blood cells, the brain and the heart. Also fasting reduces weight and maintains the body from the poisons. Allah Almighty says: (And that you fast, it is better for you if only you know) {Sûrat Al-Baqarah- The Cow-verse 184}.
Fasting is an effective method to protect us from the psychological disorders and there are many studies to confirm that the fasting helps in treating depression and to calm down hyperactive positions in the brain where usual and chemical drugs fails to treat these chronic psychological disorders. Don’t we get benefits of this great worship?
A medical fact says: ”fasting renews the blood cells” from the first moment of fasting cells start to renew itself especially the blood cells and the lazy cells starts to work effectively. The scientists say that fasting is a continuous maintenance and cleaning operation for the entire body as the body needs that kind of maintenance once a year! This is the holy month of Ramadan. Glory to Allah Almighty who orders us to perform this great worship.
The scientists say that fasting cures more than one hundred disease! Such as high blood pressure, diabetic, chronic asthma, respiratory diseases, heart diseases, Arteriosclerosis, many liver diseases and skin diseases such as allergy and the chronic eczema.
Many researchers say that fasting is a treatment for many diseases and it is an effective weapon against heart diseases , cancer ,and prevents form dementia and brain attack, here we realize why prophet Mohamed peace be upon him says in the prophetic hadith: “fasting is a protection” {narrated by Muslim}. 
Recent scientists had studied the healing effects of fasting and they concluded that fasting is the best method for treating the accumulated poisons in the cells! Fasting has many magnificent effects as it preserves our cells and is considered to be the most successful method to eliminate different diseases, viruses and bacteria. In fact there are many centers in some western countries that perform healing by fasting!! Despite the failure of modern medicine to treat some cases, fasting succeeded to treat these cases so Allah Almighty orders us to fast as He Almighty says: (And that you fast, it is better for you if only you know) {Sûrat Al-Baqarah- The Cow-verse 184}. 
– One of the marvelous facts is that eating dates organize functions of the liver and helps to getting rid of poisons. When a person breaks the fasting by eating dates it considered to be the best natural medicine to maintain the liver from the accumulated poisons. Also the researchers confirm that eating dates continually prevents from liver diseases. Now we understand why the prophet peace be upon him used to break his fasting by dates and also he used to eat dates every morning!!! 
The scientists found that fasting doesn’t harm diabetics as long as they are under medical supervision but it helps them to be treated. They say the reason behind that is the good and stable psychological status of the fasting diabetics as they are surrounded by calm and peace where the disorders and anxiety are far away, and that helps in the effective organizing of the work of different organs such as functions of the pancreas, Allah Almighty says: (And that you fast, it is better for you if only you know) {Sûrat Al-Baqarah- The Cow-verse 184}. 
Many scientific studies showed that fasting is a free way to renew and activate cells of the body as the fasting doubles the life of these cells! Hence the scientists confirm that there is a direct relation between fasting and the long life and good health. Fasting is the best way to clean the cells which delays aging.
Many chronic and high blood pressure patients are treated by chemical medicines with limited results. But fasting is

How I embraced Islam? 

I would like to share my story about how I found and accepted Islam.

I was born into a Christian family. My parents did not go to church much, but I did go to Sunday school and vacation bible study in the summers when I was young. My Uncle Ronald gave me my first Bible when I was 8 years old, and I still have it. I heard gospel music at my grandmother Eve’s house and I know she was very faithful. She went to church as much as she was able to. 

When I graduated from high school, I started college, but felt that I needed to spread my wings. I ended up enlisting in the United States Army as a combat medic in 1990. In 1991, right after I graduated from my medic training, I deployed in support of Operation Desert Storm. I landed in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on February 14th of 1991. I was soon assigned to 3rd Armored Division. During the ground war, I was behind all the big tanks as they went north and up into Iraq. After the ground war was over, we made a camp south of Kuwait City, in Kuwait. During that time, I was one of the soldiers who volunteered to help the war refugees in Safwan, Iraq. Among the many people we treated was a young Muslim girl of about 8 years old. Because of the help we received by Muslim translators, we found out that she had been walking barefoot in the rubble of her village, and a wound on her foot had become infected. By the time she got to us, that infection had spread up her leg and towards her hip. We had to send her to a bigger hospital for care. The next day, we found out that she had passed away. I remember looking at her beautiful dark eyes and wondering what she thought of us. I wondered if she thought it was all our fault or if she thought we were helping. I didn’t speak her language to be able to tell her that she’d be in my prayers…or anything at all. It broke my heart. 

For the last 26 years, I have struggled with that. From that time, I gradually ended up being agnostic. I just didn’t KNOW if God existed or not. I kept hearing negative things about Islam in the news, and that has now hit an all time high. I KNEW in my heart that it was not true that ALL Muslims are bad or violent. I started speaking up about this on Facebook. Eventually, I met my dear friend Dalia, who was in a crafting group with me. She is my very first sister. She sent me my first book on Qur’an and my first hijab scarf. She is always so kind to me. Just when I thought things were bad enough towards Islam, the 2016 election happened. Even more people were saying bad things about Islam. My heart then decided that I would only be able to speak up for Muslims if I were to learn the truth for myself. That is when I decided to learn Arabic and more about Islam. I was blessed to meet Alaa, and she has been teaching me Arabic. She is also very dear to my heart for all her help. I have been so touched to make so many other Muslim brothers and sisters recently. No one at all has been anything other than kind to me. No one has forced me to do anything. I have spent the better part of this past year learning and reading and chatting with Muslims. I find it a bit amusing and ironic that it was the bigotry in the hearts of some “Christians” that led me more and more towards agnosticism, and Muslims who led me back to Allah. For that, I am ever grateful. 
I am not changing the fact that I stand up for human rights. I will always do so. We are all on Earth here, together. 
As salamu alykum<3 ❤ ❤

What Allah has prepared for us..

​The Prophet (salla Allaahu ‘alayhi wa salaam) said, ALLAH said:
“I have prepared for My pious worshipers such things as no eye has ever seen, no ear has ever heard of, and nobody has ever thought of. All that is reserved, besides which, all that you have seen, is nothing.”
[Saheeh Bukhari – Book 60, Hadith 303]

American sister Melissa’s journey to Islam 

​(From Darkness to the Light)
Assalamalaikum, My Name is Melissa….

I used to be a new apostolic christian.

I had a hectic life of drinking alot and having sex with different men.I have 3 children from 3 different men.I was married to the 1 but he never worked, drinking alcohol alot and abused me in front of my children.I have a very good friend who use to give me a lift to work and use to talk about Allah and Islam. Every morning I listened but I wasnt really that interested until the day that he spoke about Allah and there was tears in his eyes…I was so moved about this grown man of 40 yrs that talks about his religion sp passionately. I started getting more interested and in January 2016 I embraced Islam. I go every week to one-on-one classes with the Imam who is teaching me step by step from the history and all I need to know in our daily lives.

I have never regretted my decision and hope other non muslims will open their eyes as well in sha Allah Ameen.

Islam is the only true way of live.Alhamdullilah.

As an American Baptist who embraced islam 

​Being an American raised in strict Baptist faith..I lost much family and friends…i became Muslim in 2013…thankfully I gained dear friends who help me and my Arabic Quran came from Iraq and from  those who became now my dear family….even though at times it is hard to live in a society as I do…I have never regretted one moment..I still have so much to learn…but I keep trying…and as you I am proud.
Revert sis Lisa..

Revert sis Kristine’s view about marriage 

​Marriage is not what everyone thinks it is. It’s not waking up early every morning to make breakfast and eat together. Its not cuddling in bed together until both of you peacefully fall asleep. It’s not a clean home and a homemade meal every day. It’s someone who steals all the covers and knees you in the face because the bed is too small for both of you. It’s slammed doors and few harsh words, fights and the silent treatment, it’s wondering if you’ve made the right decision.

It is, despite all of those things, the one thing you look forward to every day.

It’s coming home to the same person everyday that you know loves and cares about you. It’s laughing about the one time you accidentally did something stupid.

It’s about eating the cheapest and easiest meal you can make and sitting down together at 10pm to eat because you both had a crazy day. It’s when you have an emotional breakdown and your love lays on the floor with you and holds you and tells you everything is going to be okay, and you believe them. It’s when “Netflix and chill” literally means you watch Netflix and hang out.

It’s about still loving someone even though they make you absolutely insane.

Living with the person you love is countless fights about absolutely nothing, but is also having a love that people spend their whole life looking for.

It’s not perfect and it’s hard, but it’s amazing and comforting and the best thing you’ll ever experience.

Go ahead and share a picture of the person you love and copy and paste this, make their day.
Via: (Revert American sis Kristine)

Celebrate Mercy 

​#CelebrateMercy -— Rabiʾ al awwal 1438: Loving the Prophet (ﷺ)
Lady ‘Ā’ishah related that a man came to the Prophet (ﷺ) saying: “O God’s Messenger, I love you more than myself, my wife and children. When I am at home and remember you, I cannot wait to come and gaze at you. Though when I remember my death and your death, I know that when you enter Paradise, you will be raised-up with the Prophets. But even if I enter Paradise, I am afraid I will never see you.” The Prophet (ﷺ) did not answer him until the following was sent down to him, “Whoever obeys Allāh and His Messenger, they are with those whom Allah has favoured, of the Prophets, the highest saints, the martyrs and the righteous. They are the best of company.” [4:69]
Subḥān’Allāh, the concern wasn’t if he would end up in heaven, but if he would be close to the Prophet (ﷺ) or not.

American sister Melisa’s different life before and after Islam 

Assalam alaikum warahmatullah 
My name is Melis..

Before Islam I used to be a new apostolic christian.I had a hectic life of drinking alot and having sex with different men.I have 3 children from 3 different men.I was married to the 1 but he never worked, drinking alcohol alot and abused me in front of my children.
I have a very good friend who use to give me a lift to work and use to talk about Allah and Islam. Every morning I listened but I wasnt really that interested until the day that he spoke about Allah and there was tears in his eyes…I was so moved about this grown man of 40 yrs that talks about his religion sp passionately. I started getting more interested and in January 2016 I embraced Islam. I go every week to one-on-one classes with the Imam who is teaching me step by step from the history and all I need to know in our daily lives.
I have never regretted my decision and hope other non muslims will open their eyes as well in sha Allah Ameen.Islam is the only true way of live.Alhamdullilah.

Sister Mariana’s journey to Islam 

As Salam Alaikum Wa Rahmadullahi Wa Barakatu all ❤️
My name is Mariana and I’m Czech revert living in Uk.
Alhamdulillah I’ve converted to islam 4 years ago in young age. As many of you know back home we didn’t really knew nothing about muslims, we hardly see any muslim (I’ve never seen one in my life back home) and mostly all we knew about muslims was trough social media (e.g. Al-Qaida , Taliban and of course 9/11). And even in school we had nothing about muslim. I used to be strong Catholic, used to read bible and old and New Testament on daily and even go to Catholic Church school. 

But all changed when me and my mother moved to uk and she have married pakistani muslim man , well he wasn’t a great example of muslim but that’s when i met my first muslim ever. After a while I’ve started going to school here and meet more muslims and becoming friends with them.
And that’s when my research began. From hating muslims I went to protecting and loving them , soon after finishing Quran and Reading life of Prophet Muhammed SAW I’ve converted to Islam Alhamdulillah. Path was easy till the day I’ve started to properly practice it. My mom wasntmuch happy about me no more, loads of my family started backbiting and I’ve even lost many of my dearest friends and even got a death threats from my love ones . But Alhamdulillah with a help of Allah SWT I’ve been strong and just went my way learning more about my religion and covering my self .

I’ve been trough bad just to become stronger and created more and more passion for my religion ISLAM ❤️.
 Islam has showed me truth which i was looking for. 

When everything was going downhill this phase always helped me “Allah test those who he loves” Subhan’Allah look at this , if you feel life is hard remember this ☺️

May Allah SWT bless you all with an good health and let us all meet in Jannah . Ameen

Advices for Married Muslim bro and sis. 

An Advice for Married Brother and Sisters ❤
And my advices 🙂

– Avoid negative thinkings

– Help each other getting more closer to Allah

Via doing tahajjud, charity.

– Give time to each other, ur lifepartner doesn’t want all money, suited person… she expects and wants ur time and ur strictness on deen after she found ppl looking very handsome,suited, successful and professional but with alot low personality like dishonesty, soft porn addicted and liars.. so be true muslim 

– Give ur time to deen, by both participating at Islamic events

– Have plan for training and presenting dawah activist and severs of this deen children/kids to society

If not we would be loser after death coz if not islamic they would b gangster and disrespectful persons…
And above was advices from a single bro 🙂

Now u can share ur own advices and effective ways of living more with love and in circle of islam for ur married Muslim bro and sisters.

Sister hilal’s Revert story


A story of a revert

I’ve been raised in a Christian family, on a Christian school, with Jehova witness giving me bible lessons at home and with all the Christian traditions.
I knew the bible, but I never really got satisfied. I couldn’t live by this book and also I didn’t feel comfortable in churches.
While I grew older I noticed my interest in exploring other religions and cultures. But just as an interest, not to change my religion which was not an option in my mind.
I found that a lot of what other religions were saying had a truth in them, but I personally could never accept this whole religion as the truth. But it was the same as my believes in Christianity!

I began to think that there was truth in everything and it didn’t really matter what you believed in or what you followed. Surely though this is a form of escaping. I mean, does it make sense: one truth for one person and another truth for someone else? There can only be one truth right?!

All I knew in my heart is that there is a god and I can always turn to him with all my prayers which was the biggest strength, the biggest support and the biggest love in life. He sees and knows all! It was that simple for me.

I went on holiday in Turkey and visited a great mosque. With every step I took, the more I felt the presence of God with me. It was such a great feeling…like home. I felt calm and peaceful.

A muslim taught me more about islam and I felt confused and prayed, “Oh, please God, I am so confused, please guide me to the truth”. Then I heard Adhan and I felt so calm and peaceful again. This is when I discovered Islam within my heart.

Of course I always knew something about Islam, but only what we naively hear in the West, which are mostly not very positive stories. So I was surprised by what I learnt. The more that I read the Quran and asked questions about what Islam taught, the more truths I received. It made sence. Everything is just logical!

Islam is love and tolerance for me and Allah is all forgiving. Just the only sin that God will not forgive is the worship of creation. Worship the creator. Who give life and takes it again.

However, the truth of Islam can be found in the Quran. The Quran is like a text book guide to life. In it you will find all the answers to all your questions!
For me, everything I had learnt about all the different religions, everything that I knew to be true, fitted together like pieces of a puzzle. I had all the pieces all along but I just didn’t know how to fix them together or what name it had.

It is the true Islam as described in the Quran. Not the Islam that we get taught about in the West.

I read the quran and I felt the purity and truth of it. There was no mysticism, just plain, simple understanding of the truth.
When I heard the Adhan (the call to prayer) I felt a closeness to God that penetrated deep into my heart and soul. It still does!

There are religions based on believing in certain sciences, multiple deities, the religion of 3 gods in one and the religion I had my whole live, but none of them made any logical sense to me.

Here was Islam, based on the belief in One God who created the creation itself out of nothing, and the fact that this book I was reading (Quran) had not one vowel or language changed in over 1400 years was a miracle in itself. Thus, I was sold on the oneness of God and the unity of Islam.

However, I found the religion which fits my heart. My believes are still the same…just another name…Islam.

When I was in Turkey I loved to be free to wear my hijab, to protect myself as a diamond. To see others live their beautiful religion.
My family does not accept/understand being a muslim , like my whole country…. I can’t wear hijab here or pray correctly. Muslims are being bullied here and it can even be dangerous. Unfortunately there is a lot of hate against Islam here. All I can do is pray…for allah to give guidance to me and all the lost ones and to give strength.

For me, there is only one God. And Islam is the religion of love and tolerance.
At last when people ask me if I am Muslim I proudly say: ‘Yes, My name is Hilal and I am a Muslim alhamdoulillah!’

Daughter of the former Italian parliament member has embraced islam



The daughter of an Italian former parliamentarian has reverted to Islam and donned Islamic hijab, a decision which sparked uproar across Italy.
“The hijab is my way, the way that Allah has chosen for me,” Manuela Franco Barbato, now Aysha, wrote on her Facebook account, Il Giornale daily reported on May 26.
“I am proud of the purity of my soul. This is the divine law, who am I to object?”
Aysha is the daughter of a former MP for Italy of Values party Franco Barbato.
The young woman decided to revert to Islam while studying in the Università L’orientale of Napoli.
Now approaching graduation, she moved to India with her husband and two children.
Aysha’s decision to revert to Islam shocked her father who said he is having hard times since his daughter’s change of faith.
Nevertheless, the now veiled Aysha’s supports her father’s Napoli mayoral campaign.
Italy has a Muslim population of some 1.7 million, including 20,000 reverts, according to the figures released by Istat, the national statistics agency.


After a long search for spiritual meaning I converted from Christianity to Islam on April 16, 2009. Prior to converting I had studied Islam and the Holy Qur’an for six months and understood that it was mandatory for women to cover their hair and their body. This was definitely a change for me, but I knew that it was better for me to cover my hair and my body and exhibit to others that I am a Muslim who wishes to honor her body with dignity and respectability. For the first year I covered my hair and clothed my body daily and felt comfortable in doing so. However, during my second year as a Muslim I became fretful and discouraged as I watched other Sisters not cover their body or wear their headscarf. Consequently, I stopped covering my hair. I remember going to work and seeing other Sisters proudly wearing their head scarves and I felt so ashamed. I knew that I was not doing what was expected of me as a Muslim if I truly choose to practice Islam. Within the year that I was not covering my hair I had started a new job and they did not know that I was a Muslim. Therefore, I worried about their impression of me if and when I was to wear my head scarf again. Ramadan was approaching and during my prayers I made Dua to Allah (swt) to give me strength and courage to cover my hair once again. During Ramadan 2011, I took time off from work and started to wear my head scarf once more. Alhamdulillah, once my vacation was over I returned back to work with my head scarf on and have worn it outside and to work every day since that time. Shoukran Allah, I was not judged or mistreated by my co-workers or customers while wearing my head scarf. SubhanAllah, most of the time non-Muslim women compliment me on my head scarf and treat me very kindly. Alhamdulillah, I have found prestige and an increase in my self-esteem because I cover my hair and body.

Alhamdulillah, I find that wearing my head scarf has drawn the positive attention of non-Muslim people who become fascinated and want to learn more about the beauty of Islam. SubhanAllah, wearing my head scarf is an opportunity to complete Dawah and inform people about the true peacefulness and loveliness of Islam. – Jennifer, California

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My journey to islam..


Salam alaikum warahmatullah

I Found Allah!

I was always Catholic. My mom, to this day, is devout in her faith, and growing up, I never missed a day of church. She always took care to remind me that the Catholic faith was the best faith in the world, and that there was no religion more fulfilling.

But even with my faith, for the past three years or so, I’ve been struggling a lot. I’ve been depressed, self-harming, and inching closer to the brink of suicide every day. I’ve felt so alone.

Now, for a while, I’ve also been growing increasingly aware of Islam, and I’ve been trying to learn about it as much as I can (while keeping it hidden from my mother). Once I let Islam into my life, things started slowly making more sense.

And today, everything changed.

Tonight before bed, I came home feeling particularly lonely. I was at the end of my rope. Yet something moved me to kneel down in my room, put my forehead to the ground, and prayed to Allah.

I spoke to Him, and suddenly I opened up, and I cried my heart out to Him… I asked Him, “Why am I alone? Why do I feel so unwanted and unloved by everyone around me?”

I begged Him to show me the right path, and then, clear as day, I knew the answer. I knew the reason for my suffering. He allowed loneliness to enter my life so that I would turn to Him. He (subhanahu wa ta’ala) needed to show me that no matter how alone I felt, He would always be there, pouring His Love down on me. All of a sudden, my tears stopped flowing. I wasn’t in pain anymore.

Once I surrendered to Him all the pain i was carrying around in my heart, He filled it with His Love.

I know now, in my heart, that I belong to Allah.

I don’t know how or where to start this journey in faith, so In sha’Allah, the wonderful community on this page can support me, and help me grow and learn.

German sister’s path to Islam


German sister Fatima’s path to Islam

“Shortly after I was born, it became a “fashion” in Germany to quit membership of the Church—Catholic or Protestant—and become “gottglaubig” which means believing in God but actually signifies rather the contrary.

In fact when I was about seven years old, an elder girl told me that there was no God at all and as she seemed to me quite an authentic person and I had just learned that also Santa Claus is only an invention for children, turned all my interest towards this world. Yet the world at that time was far from being easily understandable for young people. There were bombs day after day, there was father who could come only now and then for just one day and mother who knitted gloves and socks for “our poor soldiers,” there was a big house in the neighborhood which was turned into a hospital for the wounded. When that was over, there were strange people who took away our house and American war-films started coming in which melted my heart. I was unable to judge who was right and who was wrong and everything looked cruel and senseless to me—there were a thousand whys to which nobody could give a satisfactory answer. I started to be on the outlook for God yet hard though I tried I could neither find Him in Catholicism nor Protestantism nor with Jehova’s Witnesses.

The road nearer to God in these religions was barred for me through the fact that all of them had doctrines in which to believe I found impossible, and injunctions to follow which strictly seemed to me impracticable. And how could I accept a faith in which I knew from the very outset that I would be tortured by self accusation for my own imperfection?

It is still a miracle for me that of all girls, I was the one to meet a young European who had already embraced Islam seven years before. The very first time we met I happened to enquire about his religion and when I learned that it was Islam I asked him to tell me more about it. I was a great sceptic at that time due to the disappointments I had had with other religions, yet when he explained to me the meaning of the word ‘Muslim’, i.e., one who out of free will surrenders himself to God’s Commandments, something started waking up within me. Then he went on to explain to me that all men, animals, plants and everything else in this universe is already Muslim compulsorily because they would destroy themselves if they would not follow God’s laws in matters such as eating, drinking, procreation and so on. Man alone, so he said, is in a position to accept Islam also spiritually, apart from the material sphere where he practically does not have a free choice but has to follow his inborn urges as animals and plants.

It was the wonderful logic, the pure commonsense in all Islamic teachings which attracted me so much, in the first few fundamental doctrines about which I learned as much as in the books I read in the following years small though the stock of unbiased Islamic literature in German language is. Apart from the help of the young Muslim he now is my husband—who never got tired of explaining things to me and answering all my questions. Muhammad Asad’s book “The Road to Mecca” made me understand the deep meaning behind all Islamic injunctions and thus helped me most while I was on my way to become a Muslimah.”


The Six Nations – Polish, Bengali, Zimbabwean, English, Caribbean and Sri Lankan. Five and a half Reverts enjoying dinner in Hyson Green, Nottingham.

The Nottingham Islam Information Centre will help empower and mentor the future reverts of UK…Insha’Allah.

“Islam Kills Racism.”  – Malcolm X

True love and Halal marragie



Love for the sake of Allah and Halal Marraige, Happy Life In Sha Allah

Coz when u please ur creator what else u want? I mean can’t he make/keep u happy?

New muslim brother Andrew Abd’Allah Houck from USA.

May Allah swt bless us with pious life partners who makes closer to Allah swt and remembrance of Akhirah (life after death). In Sha Allah 🙂

Sister Victoria’s journey to islam


Asalamualaikum My name is Victoria
I first started learning about Islam in February  2014 the Day was about to come. I identified as a Wiccan but it never felt right to me. It never felt strong. I was so intrigued by Islam. I first started learning about the hijab, niqab, burqa, etc and then I started learning about the religion as a whole and what it was and what Muslims believed in.During this process, I met my beautiful Muslim friend, Shaza, through the World Hijab Day page. She has been so much help to me in my journey.

Continue reading “Sister Victoria’s journey to islam”

4th year of revert …


Today marks 4 years that I have been a Muslim. I took shahada on April 5 2012. I never imagined I would be a Muslim which goes to show Allah swt is the best of planners. I never would have planned this for my life if Allah swt hadn’t softened my heart and opened up my eyes. I am so thankful for that every single moment. #alhamdulillah #4years

Can we all take a moment to say #alhamdulillah for Allah’s guidance and mercy and perfect planning?

(Continued via The Texas Muslimah)

Sister Amirah Mundi’s journey to islam


Amirah Mundy used to be Danielle Mundy before changing her faith on December 17th 2012 . She is 33 years old, Lecturer EAP / EFL, Teacher Trainer, Materials Writer from Worcester UK. She lived in Spain for 3 years and have a passion for learning languages and travelling. She thoroughly enjoys her job and is blessed with two beautiful boys aged 8 and 3.

Continue reading “Sister Amirah Mundi’s journey to islam”

Sister Rebecca Lynne’s journey to islzm


Rabat – Rebecca Lynne Alsalemi, the American Muslim whose videos against bigotry toward Islam have gone viral, tells her story on how she converted (reverted) to Islam.

In her latest video, Rebecca opens up her heart and talks about her difficult childhood and the reasons that brought her to choose Islam as her faith and way of life.

Everyone has a story, everyone’s life is a world of its own and Rebecca’s world was filled negativity and challenging experiences that touched her faith to God.

From her lack of spiritual guidance at an early age, her “racist family that hung confederate flags on their home walls”, to attending churches that did not fulfill her, Alsalemi was desperately seeking an answer to all her questions.

Her conversion, or as she calls it reversion to Islam was a life-changing moment that she will remember forever.

“Islam was the best choice for me and I wouldn’t change it for the world,” she concludes her touching statement.

Rebecca Lynne Alsalemi, of Native American descent, was born and raised in the U.S. She is a mother and an activist for the defense and support of the Muslim community.

Her fb page:

No Racism In islam

Bismillah No Racism In islam …  this is me and my Husband been 9 years happily married Alhamdulillah  ,  we are only 8 years different from each other .. i’m a tiny small  Indonesian and he is a huge tall Serbian reverts,  its frankly we look so massively  different and many ppl stare at us, but we keep carry on regardless  ,  we are careless about  whatever ppl think of us , Allah  has his own unique way to design his creations, so skin colors , languages , cultures is no longer highly consideration those are  becoming insignificant for us  if you are Muslim … indeed  Beautiful in islam we have no Racism and i dont feel ashamed nor my husband  does, if we  walk  together in public , Allah only sees your heart , your deeds , Your Taqwa everything else doesnt really matter in his Sight ….. moreover he  always be my big teddy bear ☺☺☺ Allahumma Bariklahu

Rabbana hablana min azwajina wa zurriyatina qurrata ayyun wajalni lil muttaqiina imama

(Continued via Alkhadr islam)


Sister Megan’s journey to islam


Asalaam’Alaikum my brothers & sisters. My birth name is Megan and I’m a proud South African, I always took note of women in hijab and gained many Muslim friends as I grew into adulthood. Alhamdulilah I have been brought into the fold of Islam through my want and need to feel the love and inspiration to have this written into my taqdeer. I make dua everyday to aspire to the women and men of Islam around me and become a Muslima my creator imagined me to be. I am of a very staunch family but shukr they smiled and accepted my choice when I took my shahada. May The Almighty keep you all in his angels arms and protect you and awaken the joy and I’m a an of those worried what others will think of them in this ummah. #hellofromSA #proudmuslim #MyAlmighty

Sister Katt’s journey to islam


Lets welcome sister Katt who reverted to Islam recently.
” Just call me Katt. I am 20 years old. I was formerly an Atheist before I reverted to Islam. Do you wanna know how my dad found out I reverted to Islam?. To make a slightly complicated story short, here’s how it happened:
I was sitting in my car outside my neighborhood in a pull-out after leaving my parents’ house. I was sitting there because I was putting my hijab on so that I wouldn’t have to do it when I got back to college.
A car pulls up next to mine, and I’m sitting there wondering who’s trying to get cozy with my car. I look over at the other car’s driver, and my dad and brother are staring at me.
So I roll down my window and my dad asks me what I’m doing.
“Ummm… I converted to Islam! Surprise!” I said, starting to get teary-eyed. I was so afraid of how my dad would react.
“Oh. That’s why you’re wearing that scarf. Uh… so do you go to church?” he asks. My brother is staying quiet, just kind of watching me. “Yeah,” I tell him, not going to correct him on the word. “You’re not going to tell mom are you? I’ll tell mom myself. I was going to tell you guys on my birthday or something. I converted awhile ago.”
My dad just kind of rubs his temple, like he doesn’t know what to say, and then he says it. “Well, at least you’re worshiping God in some way. We don’t have to tell mom.” And so we cracked a couple of jokes. I didn’t cry in front of him, but I did after he drove off.
Alhamdulillah, I have such a good father.” ~ (Katt)
MA SHAA ALLAH! ALHAMDULILLAH!!! May ALLAH Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala bless her and her family. Ameen ya Rabbal alameen.

Takbeer, Sister Jen embraced islam

Salam alykom.. My name is Jen and I just converted to Islam yesterday.  I have been studying and practicing Islam since June of last year.  Islam saved me and showed me a path when I felt very lost.  I was married with three young children.  Allah gave me the strength to move out on my own with my kids and continues to guide me towards happiness.


Praise to be Allah swt..


Praise and thanks be to The Almighty. May peace be upon Prophet Muhammad and his entire family. May peace be upon the sahabi and their entire families. May blessings be upon the ‘ulamaa and may the entire ummah be granted forgiveness. Ya Allah! I’m weak. You are strong. I’m unreasonable but you are just. Pour patience over me and grant my friends and family guidance and protection. Give us all patience. Cause us to have the proper fear of You that is necessary to be dutiful to Your commands and abstain from Your prohibitions. Give us from Your bounty. You are Al Ghani, Rich and free of all needs. Help us solve our issues whatever they are in the most splendid manner and admit us to Paradise. Ameen.

(continued via reverted bro. Vincent Maurice Harris)

Story of a veteran who served US marines and embraced islam


“As Salaam Alaykum this is my father. He served in the United States Marine Corp from 1967-1970. He was in the Vietnam War. My father has been there for me my entire life. I remember the day I had converted to Islam, many years ago. He supported my decision fully. I had prayed for many years that my parents would become Muslim’s.

My father has many medical conditions from being exposed to Agent Orange during his service.
He has lived with my family for the past 9 years. We take care of him around the clock. My husband takes care of my father the same that I do. Anything he needs even helping to bathe him. Mashaa Allah I always believe because no matter what my father was suffering from.
He still helped everyone.
He would give anything for someone in need.
Mashaa Allah.So we are all here to help him and ease his burdens. In shaa Allah.  A little over 8 years ago my prayers were answered. My father took his Shahada Mashaa Allah Allah Akbar.
To this day I still get tears rolling down my face  when I think of this blessing.
My father despite how hard it is for him physically never misses his prayer. No matter in the hospital, Or bed ridden. Mashaa Allah he is always waiting for the prayer to come. I remember growing up my father had not practiced religion. I had the discussion before he converted. Explaining to my father that Allah Subhan wa taala forgives.
The war has haunted him like countless other veterans. My father is always eager to see other brothers in the store. Saying As Salaam Alaykum to them. Most of the time they walk past him and say nothing in return. My father wears a Vietnam Veteran Ball cap, and usually a Marine Corp Shirt. I see the smile fade from his face as he does not get a reply sometimes.  Unless they see me walk up behind him. I wanted to use this as a message. I wish that in our communities we do not see differences only that we are all the same. .

We have a duty to be kind towards others. Thru that kindness towards my father, he converted to Islam.
There is not a dry face on Eid’s when he goes to the prayer. What a blessing this is Mashaa Allah. May Allah Subhan wa taala always bless him ameen. 
We have a duty to be kind to others no matter if they are Muslim or not.We need to be volunteering in our communities to be beside others. Showing them what is Islam.
Not what they see on TV.” – Eayrs