Why Women are Accepting Islam?

This book is a compilation of the numerous narratives about the lives, experiences and previous beliefs as well as Islamic impressions and reasons of different lucky women, belonging to all walks of life, as to why they reverted to Islam. Darussalam has already published one book from the same compiler on the same focus that was very much appreciated by the readers. We hope this study will help those non-Muslims women whose concepts are not clear about Islam, and those people who are working in Da’wah field.

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Table of Contents (of the Book)

Publisher NoteIntroduction.

1. O Muslim Women – Allama Iqbal

2. Why Islam is my only Choice? – Aisha Cassana Maddoz Nablisi (USA)

3. From edge of despair to glory in Islam – Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

4.African Missionary finds Truth in Islam despite unbearable hardships – An African Missionary

5. Islam has done me a world of good – Aisha Ong

6. Everybody desires world peace, well, there is nothing which will better accomplish that than the festival at the end of the Pilgrimage at Arafat!!! – A’isha Wen tworth-Fitz-William

7. Why I embraced Islam – Begum Amina Lakhani (Ohio, U.S.A)

8. Islam: My own Choice – American Muslimaa

9. This is the story of how I became Muslim. – Amirah

10. American woman’s search ends with the Qur’an – Hanan Abdullateef

11. Her intellect brought Amnah to Islam through Arabic. – Amnah

12. Islam religion of tolerance, good behavior, love and mercy. – Ann Rockfeller (A British Physician)

13. Why I Embraced Islam – Asyia Abd14. Got the guidance from Allah! – Ayishah Hassan Jacoueline Ruth Pugh

15. Islam Changed My Life – Bahria Amanullah

16. The Choicest find: Islam – Bar’rah Islam of (TalaseaNew Britain)

17. I was totally convinced by the Truth of Islam – Bushra Finch

18. Our Daughter’s Choice: Islam! – Carol L. Anway

19. Islam is a blessing to Me – Chi Mei-fong

20. Muslim prayers sing nothing but God’s Mercy and Greatness! – Carol L. Anway

21. Journey to Faith! – Emily B. Assami

22. Fatima discovers the true spirit of Islam – N. Hashim

23. Why I embraced Islam – Fatima Heeren (West Germany)

24. Islam: Our Choice – Fatima Martin

25. My Transformation to Islam – Fitra (Osaka Muslim Union, Osaka, Japan)

26. Suddenly I felt safer on the street!. – Georgina Noueiri

27. How farcical could be Media Images – Md. Karim Ghazi (formerly Gain Chand Ghosh)

28. I have found Dignity for Women in Islam. – Hina Begum Ghazi, formerly Vinitha Gupta

29. Islam: Our Choice – Huda Khattab30.I found true freedom in Islam – Ibnantu Adam

31.My years in a Mission School. – Ida Yezmin Bachtiar

32.I was dong things that are normally done by a Muslim! – Jane Nader

33.Heart of a Muslim. – D. Jacqualine Cosens

34.Impressions of Hajj. – M. Janes (U.S.A.)

35.Conversion to Islam my own Choice!. – Jemima Imran Khan (Pakistani Sportsman’s wife)

36.Faith in Allah is a big advantage! – Jewellee

37.In Search of Truth – Josephine Ivy janeezko

38. Religion of New Millennium! – Dr. Kamala Surrayya

39.The Hijab – Katherine Bullock

40.My story from Christianity to Islam – Khadija Zafar (Washington, USA)

41.Khairunisa dedicates herself for Islam in Germany – Muslehuddin Ahamad

42.I was never convinced with the concept of ‘Trinity’ in Christianity! – Khalida Hamilton

43.How did I come to Islam and Why? – Laure

44.How I Embraced Islam – Lee Cooper (UK)

45. Islam led A British couple to the Right Path – Leila Rajab46.The Call to Islam: A revert’s Tale – Maimuna (formerly Joan Dixon)

47.Islam: My Personal Experience! – Mardijah Aldrich Tarantino

48.I have Finally found Peace in Islam – Maria Esther Roman (former U.S. Model)

49.Allah opened my heart to the Truth and guided me to seek knowledge! – Mariam Velasco

50.My Heart felt Strong especially as I read the Holy Qur’an!. – Mariola Laila Szczesny

51.Ramadhan: The First Fulfilling Days – Mariola Laila Szczesny

52.Convert devotes Time for Dawa – Jannah Felesmenia

53.Beauty of Salat brings Canadian lady to Islamic fold – Maryam Fisher

54.Behind the Islamic veil – Maryam Wannaenburgh

55.What led a Hindu woman to Islam – Mona Panicker

56.Blessings of Islam! – Nadia Shaukat Ali (U.S.A.)

57.Why Islam – Nishani (previously Indrani)

58.My journey from the Darkness of Unbelief to the Light of Islam – Natassia Kelly

59.How I chose Islam? – An American Woman’s conversion story

60.I am a Muslim woman – Rabi?a K. jabbar61.Proud to be a Muslim woman Hijab a liberator; not an enslaver – Rosina Samadani

62.When minds are ventilated by liberty and rationality. – Sabiha Khan (formerly Carole Botes, South Africa)

63.I realized that what I had searched for Was Islam! – Shahin Gulam

64.I seemed by some mysterious Agency to be brought to Islam! – Saida Miller Khalifa

65.Hajj is the supreme and profound experience, which cements the Brotherhood of Islam! – Sakeenah Catherine Quicker Al-Beiruti

66. Discovering faith; belief in Monotheism draws Hindu lady to Islam – Dr Salma K. V Vijayalaxmi

67. Truth of Islam forced me to embrace Islam! – Dr. Salama Siddiqui (written by Muhammad Haneef Shahid)

68.My Experience as a Muslim female in a Western Society – Samia Itani (Student, University of Western Sydney)

69.I Found Myself – Sara BTE Muhammad

70.It seems that I have always been a Muslim! – Lady Zeinab (Evelyn) Cobbold

U.S film maker Sean Stone from a Jewish father and christian mother reverted to Islam


U.S. filmmaker who has a Jewish father and Christian mother today decided to convert to Islam.

But Sean Stone, 27, son of Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone, insisted the switch did not signal him abandoning the faiths of his parents.

He became Muslim on Tuesday 14 February 2012.

‘The conversion to Islam is not abandoning Christianity or Judaism, which I was born with,’ Mr Stone told news agency Agence France-Presse.

‘It means I have accepted Mohammad and other prophets,’.

The Princeton University graduate appeared in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps in 2010, Nixon in 1995 and JFK in 1991 – all worked on by his dad.

‘The conversion to Islam is not abandoning Christianity or Judaism, which I was born with. It means I have accepted Mohammad and other prophets’.

Mustafa Davis Embraced Islam after reading Surah Maryam (Mary)

Mustafa Davis was born and raised in the bay area in northern California. He is now known as a filmmaker and artist of the world. As an artist, Davis loves beauty. And the beauty of the most beautiful smile in his eyes is a simple, sincere man, who took him to Islam 16 years ago.

It all began on a Wednesday in the month of May 1996, Davis met a friend on his way to campus. Belakangan Davis knew he and man named Whitney Canon is learning French in the classroom sama. Then, knowing that Whitney is an artist and musician seems, Davis often spent time with him after that, especially in the chamber music hall piano in college.

During one semester, by way of sneaking, he and Whitney spend time in the room, and playing music or talking about spiritual matters there. On a Wednesday in the same year, with one of his friends, Whitney Canon (now Muslim), Davis was eating sushi at a Japanese restaurant near campus. On that occasion, Davis presented a confession that he was tired of life she lived.

“I want my life back on track,” he wrote in a note in his Facebook account, Becoming Muslim in America (reprinted by isamicsunrays.com in an article entitled Becoming Muslim: Five Words That Changed My Life). According to Davis, his lifestyle at that time away from success, and the only religion that might change his life. “I have to go back to church,” said the former adherents of these Catholics.

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Whitney suddenly asked if he ever thought about Islam. Davis replied “no” and told Whitney that Islam is the religion of the Arab or black separatist movement. From a lot of information and events, Davis only has a negative stigma about the religion in his brain. “Besides, I have never seen a good and devout Muslims at the time,” he said.

Found a negative response from Davis, Whitney then tells the story of her brother who converted to Islam. Of her sister, Whitney (who was not a Muslim) said that Islam is not just for Arabs as well as a universal religion. Whitney then asking new questions in Davis, “Do you know Muhammad?”

Davis claimed to only know one person with the name of Muhammad, that Elijah Muhammad (one of the main leaders of the Nation of Islam). Whitney went on to explain there is a man named Muhammad who is the true prophet of Arab origin. “You’ve got to know him,” said Whitney.

Hearing the word “Arab,” Davis was not interested to enter into further discussions about Islam. He then end the conversation and move it to where it works, because Davis worked at night.

Home from work, Davis stopped by a bookstore to buy a Bible. As he passed a row of shelves themed “Eastern Philosophy,” Davis outlook suddenly fixed on a green book. The name “Muhammad” written with gold embossed on the cover. “I stopped, thought for a moment, and took the book off the shelf,” he said.

Davis excited curiosity when I read the small headline in the paper MUHAMMAD: His life based on the Earliest Sources. “The word” source of the earliest “menggelitikku because I’m very aware of the theological debate about the number of errors found in the Bible. The fact that bothers me, “said founder and Mustava Davis Media Cinemotion this Incorporation.

Davis opened the book and with some difficulty trying to read a lot of spelling words in Arabic. “Four or five sentences that I read mentioned the word” Koran “a few times,” he said. Arabic spellings are difficult to justify it and then felt his understanding that Islam is the religion of the Arabs. Davis then returned the book to the shelf.

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When moving left, the gold writing on the cover was pulled back view of Davis, so he turned back to the book. At that time, he saw another book called The Koran, and the thought of some new words that he read in a book called Muhammad.

After retrieving and opening it at random, Davis faced with the first page of Surah Maryam. “I read chapters from beginning to end and feel my body shiver when I read a detailed explanation of the birth of Prophet Jesus (Isa as) is amazing,” he said.

“I do not think that Muslims believe that birth is amazing, and that they do not believe in Jesus as the son of God. As a Christian, I could never accept the claim that God has a son, “he added. Davis cried with a translation of the Koran in his hand. He decided to buy the book, forget the purpose to buy the Bible, and leave the bookstore.

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The next day, Thursday morning, while walking toward the campus, Davis passed a small booth Senegal belonged to a man who sells crafts, purses, and stuffed Africa. He was busy with shoppers when Davis approached a booth and see a wallet. When the customers left, the black man approached Davis with a friendly smile.

“His smile was something that had never found before. I can only describe that smile was full of light and love, “Davis writes with great amazement.

Khadim was a man named Davis greeted, “Hi, my brother, how are you?” And continue with another question after Davis answered, “Brother, are you a Muslim? You look like a Muslim. “

Not yet finished with a smile of admiration Khadim, Davis made was surprised by the question. He replied that he was not a Muslim, but only buy the Koran on the night before they met. Khadim smile growing. He approached Davis and gave him a hug as she kept saying, “It’s very beautiful, my brother. It’s great. I’m happy for you. This is a sign from God. You make me so happy, my brother. “

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Wonder Davis has not ended. When entering the time of midday, Khadim asked for his help to keep his booth while he prayed. Davis is willing and missed two classes that day. “I’ve never found the person he was as sincere, who smiled at me, hugged me, and said he was happy for me.”

As with Khadim’s, a student approached Pakistan and Senegal that greeted him. As Khadim, he thought Davis a Muslim, and happy to hear Davis had read the Koran. He then offered himself to accompany Davis offers a look around the mosque. And Davis accepted his offer.

The next day, students were picked up Davis and brought him to a mosque belongs to the Muslim Community Association in Santa Clara California after the first he invited Davis to lunch at his house. On arriving at the mosque, Davis greeted about 40 men who greeted him with a smile.

After sitting down and join the men, Davis was asked if he knew anything about Islam. She described the Koran had bought and delivered the things he knows about Islam through the book. “Then one of them asked me if I believed in the Prophet Muhammad and without hesitation I said ‘Yes.’ I asked if I believe that Jesus is God or son of God, I said ‘No’.”

He went on to explain many things about Islam at Davis; angels, the books of Allah, the day of judgment (yaumul reckoning), and many others. After giving that explanation, he asked if Davis believe any of it. Davis again said “Yes,” then he said, “That is what Muslims believe and you believe it. So if you want to become a Muslim? “

Davis again said ‘Yes’ without doubt. The man then led her to read the creed. “I remember that day on 17 Ramadan 1416 H,” he said.

Mrs.Susan Carland Baptist Christian reverted to Islam

On the eve of the new year when he was 17 years, Susan Carland make some resolutions, and one of them is “to find out about other religions” in addition to the embrace of Christianity Baptist since childhood.

When she reveals that one resolution on the mother, the mother she loved replied casually, “I do not care if you marry a drug dealer though, but not marry a Muslim.”

At that time, the religion of Islam was not included in the priorities of religion who want Susan to learn, let alone thinking about marrying a Muslim. “Islam looks hard, sexist and foreign,” said Susan.

But two years later, at age 19, she became a Muslim. He spoke two sentences creed of his own accord, without the influence of anyone, including the influence of a man. Then Susan’s mother’s reaction to seeing his daughter converted to Islam?

One night, Susan’s mother said that he made the pork slices for dinner. Tonight was the first time Susan’s mother knew her daughter had become a Muslim. Susan’s mother called ‘victims’ of Islam. “But mother gave me a hug, though he was crying,” said Susan. A few days later, she decided instead to wear the hijab.

During the 8 years of Islam, relations with his mother Susan was experiencing hard times. But now their relationship began to improve. His mother even bought her scarf so often and send gifts to children during Eid al-Fitr Susan.

Susan completed her studies up to PhD level. He did research on the challenges facing women in leadership problems seasons. Susan is now a lecturer and tutor at the School of Political and Social Inquiry at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, for the field of gender studies, youth and the sociology of religion.

“I love Islam and Muslims, without a doubt. People who are most admirable and most inspiring I have ever come across is the Muslims, and it helps me not to withdraw completely from society,” said Susan.

Susan married a Muslim man in February 2002. He held his wedding at the Melbourne zoo. Her husband was a lawyer named Waleed Aly, who also serves as the executive board of the Islamic Council of Victoria. Aly, the Egyptian Muslim descent who were born in Australia was also a lecturer at Monash University and worked at the Global Terrorism Research Centre.

“When I embraced Islam, I and Waleed has not been met. I’m still alone. We decided to get married a few years after I became a Muslim,” said Susan.

Asked about his spiritual journey after converting to Islam, she revealed that she felt an intellectual freedom. “I started to go in the Muslim chat rooms on the internet. I am acquainted and establish communication with several Muslim women who were studying at my university. They patiently answered my questions,” said Susan.

He continued, “When I let the religion speak for itself through its traditions, through the clergy and the sacred text, to resist what is written by journalists at the tabloids and the appalling behavior of Muslims, I find that Islam is a religion of peace , egalitarian, socially just and beautiful balance between the spiritual and intellectual. “

Susan preach Islam by making Salam Cafe television program that aired nationally by the Australian television network. He received many awards for the program that made it. Susan is also frequently invited as a speaker at churches, schools, business organizations, community organizations and even the Jewish community. He was active in various research institutes. No wonder if he ever elected Muslim toloh Australia in 2004, and get a prize of $ 2,000 which he donated to various charities, both Muslim institutions and non-Muslims. (Kw / oi)
source: eramulism.com