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True Story of Revert Muslimah :: My Journey To Islam !

Posted on: October 5, 2011

In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

My Journey to Islam :: True Story Of Convert Muslimah

From Christinaty to Islam !

I’m a 25 yr female from Virginia, USA. I was born and raised in a Christian home. I used to live a very religious life and no one could break the love that I had for my God.  Every chance I would get I was telling someone about the Lord. My family and I would attend a Brethren church on Sunday mornings and evenings, Wednesday nights, on Tuesday nights I would go with my father to make rounds of visitation to those who were lost, I worked with the youth, and on evenings when I was home from school then I would go out to nursing homes to sing and spread God’s word by song. But I felt that no matter how much I tried, I wasn’t as close to God as I wanted to be and always felt that part of me was missing. There were things that I didn’t understand but I chose to keep my faith because I was always told that it was wrong to question God and some things we weren’t supposed to have answers for.

In 2009 I married to a Canadian but he ended up abandoning me. Still I stood strong and had faith that God would repair my marriage and that one day my husband would come back to me. I pulled myself together and started taking part in the church more. I would devote myself more into reading my bible and would pray more to try to get direction from God of what he wanted me to do. I told God that if my marriage could not be saved then I would choose to remain single because I didn’t want to experience that type of hurt again or to please send me a God fearing man who love God more than me because this is what I needed in my life. I thought I had my purpose in life figured out. I was going on Facebook to Christian pages and chats where I would pray with others and was helping others who had been in the same situation. I was using my situation to build my relation with God and also helping others to hold on to their faith and not give up hope on God restoring their marriage….thinking that with my testimony and the stronger I would become would also help lead others to the Lord.

During my separation process, I was getting invites on Facebook where I had asked women and men to pray for me. I used to talk with a Christian lady very often about my marriage failing. One day she sent me an invite to an Islamic page on Facebook and also to the page of the admin. I waited three months to accept this request and after much pondering I finally did. One night I was on Facebook and the Muslim friend request I had accepted; I saw that the person was online. It was late and I was getting ready to head to bed and I was going back and forth wondering if I should say something to them. I had decided not to say anything but as I got ready to sign offline someone messaged me. He was a 26 yr old Egyptian Muslim. He was asking me had I ever heard about Islam and the Quran. I had heard of Islam but didn’t know anything about it. The only thing I knew it associated with was the 9/11 attacks, however I would never hold a whole religion responsible based on what few bad people did. That night he started telling me about it. I will talk about religion with anyone. I was trying to convert him to Christianity and he was trying to convert me to Islam, but I found that no matter what I would say he would always have a comeback for it and a better answer.

On the second day of chatting with him I asked if the Quran had ever been altered and he said no. This intrigued me and made me want to learn more because I knew that there are so many different versions of the bible as well as so many contradictions, and the thought of having a book sent by God where no altering had been done and millions have it memorized was just amazing to me. He would send me many links and files to look over. Online I would pull up Quran Explorer and read from there. I would read and as I would run upon things that I had questions about then he would answer and easily explain it to me. I also found that any previous questions I had in the past was answered by the Quran and made much more sense. Islam is a religion where everyone is united and following one path…it’s not like with Christianity where you have so many sects: Catholic Christian, Protestant, Baptist, Presbyterian, Brethren, and so forth.

He began to tell me about the prophets washing their hands, face, and feet before praying and pointed this out to me in the bible.  The Muslim also showed me in the bible how Jesus (pbuh) and the other prophets used to prostrate.  There were so many things he was pointing out to me, that as a Christian it made me question why other Christians weren’t following the teachings of the prophets the way that they should. I had so many things running through my mind and finally I asked myself

“Why am I following Christianity…Am I following it because I truly believe it to be right or am I following it just because it’s how I was raised and it’s the logical thing for me to do?”

Then I got to thinking about my life as a Christian. As a child it was easy for me to believe and follow the way I was raised because everything seems so innocent in the eyes of a child and they follow in the ways that their parents teach them. But thinking back on when I got older I was using music to feel a connection with God. Most churches seem to focus more on worshiping through music than spending more time reading the bible. Music has a huge role on our emotions so if you listen to a song about God and loving him, then it’s easy to say that you feel a connection, but this is wrong because there was no music around when God created the world. Other than when I was a child, using music was the only time I felt a connection with God.

When reading my bible I felt that I had no connection because there were so many things that made no sense to me and I couldn’t understand half of what I would read. There are many chapters with unknown authors, so I didn’t see it being logical for me to trust my soul and everlasting life at the hands of an unknown person. I couldn’t feel much of a connection through my prayers because I was raised to pray by saying

“My Heavenly Father or Dear God, and then finishing it with In Jesus Name”. Praying this way always confused me and made me feel that I was praying to two Gods, worshiping two people. I was taught that my God was a very jealous God, so the thought of starting off praying to God and asking things in the name of Jesus just confused me all throughout the years.

The idea of the trinity was just over my head and I said there is no way this can be. I never understood but as with everything else I was told to not question it. I could do good deeds and try my best to form a relation with God but I found that I was still slip in and out of sin and my soul was never satisfied. However, God gave us a mind for a reason so while talking with this Muslim I figured it was finally time for me to start using the mind that God gave me. Where I am from there are only Christians here and no Muslims so obviously for something new to be mentioned to others it is going seem strange and  out of the norm. Just like non-Muslims seeing women with hijab on seems strange to them but what they fail to realize is that the bible talks about drawing in the outer garments. But for me, everything with Islam was just feeling so right to me and finally all of my questions were being answered.

I then begin to think of how I was raised to believe that Jesus (pbuh) died for my sins.  I questioned the Christian belief of how all the righteous people in the Old Testament were “saved” and in heaven if Jesus wasn’t even born yet. I thought to myself “If Jesus was sent to save the world of their sins, then that meant that everyone went to hell that was on earth before he was born”. Christians keep saying that God had to send Jesus as a perfect sacrifice, but what need does God really have when God is the Almighty, who created everything?!

One day the Muslim asked me how I prayed. I said “I bow my head and fold my hands or just kneel down”. He said I want you to try something “Put your head on the ground like Muslims do when they pray”. At first I was kind of hesitant but I decided to go ahead and do so and immediately tears began to fall and this indescribable feeling came over me. I spent the night in prayer to God and a few days following that….in Dec of 2010 I converted.

Looking back on messages that I received from prayer for my marriage, I realized that most of the people on prayer pages I had clicked on asking them to pray for me was Muslim men and women. They had also sent me things but I was too busy with work and school that I never had time to watch the things that they had sent to me about the Prophet and other things about Islam. God had been trying to get my attention for a while but I missed the signs because of the pain from my marriage. As bad as it might sound I am thankful that my marriage didn’t last because he and I just were not good for each other and he was never truly worthy of having me, but most of all had it not been that my marriage failed then I wouldn’t have ever been on Facebook talking with the person who gave me the invite to the Muslim guy. Talking with the Muslim and learning about Islam was an eye opener for me, and becoming a Muslim is the best decision that I have ever made. I have faith that one day Allah will bless me with a righteous husband and our marriage will be built upon the right foundation and our love for Allah and obtaining Jannah, in sha’Allah.

We all go through trials and with each trial we are taught many things. This trial taught me how to truly follow and worship God and it has made me into a different woman. Being a muslimah is the greatest thing and it makes me feel like I am someone in this world and have something to strive for. It has taught me what living is all about and how to always be thankful and to never take anything for granted. It has transformed me into a beautiful person and I know that I will just continue to grow and come out strong.

Praying in the masjid for the first time was an amazing feeling. Every time I enter the masjid I have this feeling to come over me like no other. This year I was able to take part in my first Ramadan and Taraweeh Prayers. From the beginning until the end of the prayer I could not stop crying. I sat in the masjid observing everything around me and just feeling so much love from Allah and my heart and soul at so much peace…for the first time I knew that this is where I belong. I am the only Muslim in my community. The closest Muslims to me are almost an hour away and the closest masjid is two hours away. My family is having a hard time accepting it and some hurtful things have been said but one day I know that they will be proud that I became a Muslim. I also know that there is wisdom in the struggle and I will just continue to grow because of this.

To any non-Muslim reading this:

I pondered serious questions about my religion and relation with God that I had neglected to ask my whole life. Why would God give us a brain and then expect us to temporarily stop using it? Because that is what other religions asks people to do when they say you must just have faith..that is what you call blind faith. Islam has proof, many forms of it and when we stand before God on judgment day he is going to ask us where our proof is. In any trial where someone is being convicted there has to be proof against that person. By saying “I just believe that so and so did this” is not good enough which is in relation to blind faith. Islam truly is the great religion above all and it is the only way to Allah and to reaching Jannah. If you have never put your face and head to the ground, I ask you to please try this one time as this is the way of the prophets. Ask God where he wants you to be and if you pray with sincerity then God will lead you to the right direction. He knows those people who are honest and want the right way to him. I could go on and on about other things that I questioned and made me come to realize the right way to God. If you are reading this, it is not just a coincidence. Just like I being chosen to be a Muslim was not chance. I have a purpose in this world and in this life. I pray that Allah will use me to be a guide to others. If you are reading this then I ask Allah to awaken your soul and to guide you to the right path. Find the right way to Allah and you will find peace. Islam is the way of life.

 “Whoever treads on a path in search of Islamic knowledge, Allah will ease the way to Paradise for him. The angels will lower their wings, pleased with this seeker of knowledge, and everyone in the heavens and on earth will ask forgiveness for the knowledgeable person, even the fish in the deepest of waters will ask for his forgiveness” [Abu Dawud, Ibn Majah, Tirmidhi # 2835-sahih hadith]

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28 Responses to "True Story of Revert Muslimah :: My Journey To Islam !"

It feels great when someone revert to islam I really feel blessed that I. M muslim alhamdulilah Almighty ALLAH the sustainer,the most powerful has given u the guidance which is the best gift that human can ever have , so as u n me n wish allah will guide whole of ur family n will go to paradise inshallah…


May almighty Allah guide your whole family to the truth ameen.


OK, the last comment i made has few typo( typing errors)
a) In 5) section ending i meant <>
b) In 6) section <>


First of all, i appreciate the story above and the woman who embraced islam.
I am convert to Islam, i was born in a polytheist religion, studied a dozen of religion, including Judaism and Christianity, later on embraced Islam. my response is to Christina Rogers( from below in the comments section) and going by her statement, its evident lack of knowledge on her part. and those are for the reason that all her averments seems to be either logical fallacy or rather a lie. I might sound like im offending/rude,what my notes are just to reflect reality and meant no harm to any religion or individual,my inscripting in a jiffy,so bear with my grammar and lame choice of words, I will go by her successive statements.

1) Christina claims triune/trinity is something that aerate to attributes of God, indirectly she implies that as an attribute of god , that God is some kind of Avatar of himself?, and God can reveal himself in different forms, but what she doesn’t comprehend is God has no need to take different forms, that’s like saying.. Wheat Flour(or whatever flour) is all powerful, coz it can be in different forms like powder, baked bread, pizza crust and so on. the concept of one god

2) Christina makes a rallying point that a religion should not be judged by people. Indeed.But ironically, the source of Christianity simply isn’t credible as you will witness while u read further down.

3) Christiana’s comprehension is Islam doesn’t have concept of love/forgiveness ?, that’s an adumbrate lie. For the following reasons

Qur’an 085.014 and Qur’an 011.090 clearly state that Allah is THE LOVING ( meaning Allah loves us) . Among several attributes of Allah, two of those are Al-afuw ( means the forgiver, refer Qur’an 4:99, 4:149, 22:60, etc ), another Ar-Rauf ( means the kind and pitying , refer Qur’an 3:30, 9:117, 57:9, 59:10, etc ) .

The Qur’an makes it clear that, whenever possible, it is better to forgive another than to attack another. The Qur’an describes the believers (Muslims) as those who, avoid gross sins and vice, and when angered they forgive. (Qur’an 42:37) and says that Although the just requital for an injustice is an equivalent retribution, those who pardon and maintain righteousness are rewarded by GOD. He does not love the unjust. (Qur’an 42:40).

These are just few to mention, forgiving others, loving others is integral part of Islam. And as for requital..its most practical choice one can choose ,but Allah says forgiving has its reward. so Christiana’s views contradict with reality.

4) Christina is of belief that letting others know about fasting will steal the reward, irony is that bible doesn’t suggest anything as such. Christina says Christians are encouraged to be pure, its not suppose to encourage, its actually an obligation that bible holds on Christians.then comes Christina talks some bla bla that has no significance to the current topic and claims something about mini-skirts under burkha, with all due respect.. she talks as if she snuck under some burkha girl and checked them out offense.. i think she is referring to hijab or Abaya, and not burqa (burqa is face veil, and not mandatory, its more of Arab culture and Qur’an doesn’t mandate it, so miniskirt and other stuff hardly has anything to do with current issue)

5) Original bible ? there is no such thing as original bible, most of these books are lost, some were found in dead sea as scrolls,were gathered and made into bible, most of the scrolls were discarded, where did she get the number 5000 manuscripts ? lol.. even theologists/archeologists don’t have such figure or estimation. To begin with bible was compiled by Paul after 10 years of collecting few letters, and Jesus didn’t witness bible or in fact Jesus didn’t even authorize bible. some manuscripts are in possession of private museums where Vatican and other organizations are begging to get them. Bible has plain contradictions that makes it obvious that its simple human handiwork ( which international bible society consents).

Protevangelion,Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians,Shepherd of Hermas,Ignatius to the Romans, Epistle of Ignatius to the Ephesians, Epistle of Barnabas, Acts of Paul and Thecla, and several hundred books were dropped, just because the church didn’t want them.throughout history bible was edited for the political reasons like Constantine’s council of Nicea where he liked to embellish Jesus more godly,

Moreover, bible is full of

AC 10:34, RO 2:11 God shows no partiality. He treats all alike.
RO 9:11-13 God hated Esau and loved Jacob even before their birth

AC 9:7 Those present at Paul’s conversion stood.
AC 26:14 those present at Paul’s conversion fell to the ground.

JN 12:32 Jesus implies that all persons will be saved.
1TI 2:3-4, 2PE 3:9 God wants all to be saved.
JN 12:40, AC 2:21, 2:39, RO 9:27, 10:13 Some will not be saved.
RE 14:1-4 Heaven will be inhabited by 144,000 virgin men (only?).

JN 12:31 The Devil is the ruler (or”prince”) of this world.
1CO 10:26, RE 1:5 Jesus is the ruler of kings–the earth is his.

There are more than 2,00,000 contradictions in bible that has been take that bible as source of religion is mere foolishness only ignorants do. “Original bible”is a big like.

6) Like i said above, Jesus didn’t write the gospel. Jesus didn’t authorize it. It was Paul who did it, so claiming jesus teachings is a fictitious sham. And if that is what literally taken into consideration. Bible didn’t teach peace or loving, but it contradicts, read below bible verses
Matthew 10:34 :- “Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.”
Luke 22:36 :- He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.
and a lot of verses like Luke 12:51, Revelation 19:11 speak of non-violence as way of Jesus.

7) Christina claims one is saved by faith and not by work or man, well that contradicts with Bible which says

James 2:24 — Man is justified by works, not by faith only.
Romans 2:7 –“Receiving eternal life requires us to do good works.”
and Acts 10:34-35 ,1 John 5:3, Matthew 7:21-23, etc, too much to mention here

Conclusion :-
some people claim that they know Islam better, but reality is they don’t , in fact they don’t know their own religion, and try to diabolize Islam by misunderstandings or by insinuating wrong idea.
lol @ David seems to be hurt,he really doesn’t like christians convert to islam, does he ?


I totally agree what u said and inshallah allah may reward u heaven and ur family..😃😃😃


My story is the opposite actually. I had grown up in a Christian culture, but in my teens I went through a huge time of searching. I joined the Muslim student’s association on campus and literally went to mosque and church. I was asking questions on all the points she mentions here.

Firstly in regards to the trinity, the Bible does not teach three different Gods, rather it is clear that there is one God, however God is so powerful that he reveals his attributes in different ways. Jesus is the “arm of God” (Isaiah). God reached down to earth and showed us his arm, revealed part of himself through Jesus. God also reaches to us through is spirit.

Secondly many people call themselves Christian and do not live the precepts of the Bible at ALL. Similarly many muslims are not truly muslim, sure they fast, but the men are playing around and there is alot of that. It is a tragedy but what it shows is to never judge a faith Christianity or Islam simply by the people or culture.

During my time searching I prayed and begged for answers. I noticed many things in my study that are hugely different between Islam and Christianity. One is the idea of love, which is not an attribute of Allah. Jesus taught to “turn the other cheek” and to “love your enemies”. Islamic tradition is the opposite, namely to remember the adder that bites you.

In Christianity if you fast, you tell no one (or it steals your reward). Christians are encouraged to keep themselves pure (my first kiss was on my wedding day, my husband asked my father, we never touched and were always with someone else while courting. This is the Christian way. As a Christian I often pray prostrate, but we are also encouraged to have a heart of prayer constantly. We are commanded NOT to recite prayers over and over, but to use our own words so we mean and understand them. We are taught not only to dress modest but have a modest spirit, no there are no mini-skirts under the burka!

Regarding the Bible, there are many TRANSLATIONS that are different, but the original is consistent and documented by over 5000 manuscripts.

So why did I become a Christian and not a muslim? It was the teaching of Jesus himself. Many muslims will say that they believe Jesus was a great prophet, however when you read his teachings he was clearly claiming to be the arm of God…. God reaching to sinful man to show he loves us! This would make him a heretic, if he was just a man. And that is why the Jews wanted to kill him, because they saw him as a heretic. So you cannot say “I have great respect for Jesus” for if you read his teaching and he clearly claims to be the arm of God either it is true or blasphemy. This is not a time to say “I respect”.

As for me I know it is true! For God truly loves us and it is his love that changes our hearts. Love is very powerful it is love that keeps us from sin… love that keeps a man faithful to his wife. Love is more powerful than fear!!! And the Bible asks us to follow God because we love him! “For Christ did not come into the world to condemn the world but that the world through him might be saved!” “For by grace are we saved through faith, and not of yourselves, not of works lest any man should boast!” We do a lot of boasting in life…. if your good works are in one hand and your bad works in the other, do you truly think a holy Allah will accept you? Are you good enough? I am not, but by God’s forgiveness and grace I am clean.


Salam Brother David! Brother maybe to you this is the saddest story you have ever heard, but let me remind you that this is my story and is something that I am proud of. I think when talking with someone you could be more respectful and use another word besides “rape”. However, this is standard talk for Christians I must say because whenever they hear something they don’t like then they begin to use improper talk. My story could go on and on about how God lead me to the right way, however I did try to make it brief. I have a great love for Jesus (pbuh). I always have and always will. I do not deny him brother. But I found that my worship to him was wrong. I only need to follow in his teachings of worshiping the creator alone and no one else.

Brother you say “her relationship to God is taken in by a counterfeit, spiritual experience and life of laws and traditions”… you not believe in following the laws brother? I assume that your answer will probably be that it was destroyed when the new covenant was formed. However, if you are a follower of Jesus (pbuh) then you will know that he said in Matthew 5:17 -Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. Which brings me to my next question brother: Do you follow the ways of the prophets by praying the way that you should? By praying I do not mean folding your hands and kneeling down. I mean putting your face to the ground as you should be doing. I recommend you watching this brother because if you are not praying this way, then please don’t say you are following in the footsteps of Christ when he teaches you to follow in the ways of his likeness.

You see brother; Allah had been trying to get my attention for a long time. I love God more than anything, and nothing or anyone is worth jeopardizing my relation with God for. When Islam came to me, I lost much sleep over it going back and forth trying to decide what was right. I spent much time praying to God asking him to take it away from me if it was not right for me to follow, as I only wanted the right way. It was hard for me to get over the idea that Jesus did not die on the cross as I believed this to be true for 16 years. God existed before Jesus as he had to in order to be the creator of all things. So what makes it right to say that Jesus is God? It is not right brother. Because our God is the Almighty, our God has all power…so what need does God have to have to make a sacrifice? My God is a just God; he would not send someone to die for the sins of another when they weren’t the one who committed them. I mean seriously, is it fair to hold me accountable for the sins you committed or vice versa…I think not! So God would not send an innocent man to be crucified for the sins of all when they are the ones who have sinned and destroyed his world.

As Muslims we believe that God sent messengers and prophets to every nation. Each prophet brought the same message to each group to worship one God only and to follow his guidance, to not associate him with any partners. Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) was the final prophet sent to us by God. We educate ourselves about his life and we try to follow in his way. Although we try to follow in his footsteps, we do not worship him. Worship is for God alone and the Quran makes it clear that Mohammed (pbuh) was none other than a messenger sent by God. Just as was all the prophets and messengers before them. God alone and only he has the right to be worshiped and all praise and glory unto him.

I know that God listens to the hearts of those who are sincere and honest. I don’t claim myself to be perfect brother. I never will be perfect, but I do want the right way to God and I am an honest person. I prayed to God with sincerity and he led me to the right way. All I can ask is that he opens your eyes and heart and shows you the truth also.


Alhamdulillah! Surely Allah is the best Guider.


Allah is the greatest of all and there is none like unto him. I am so proud to be Muslim and all praises to my Lord for guiding me. Allahu Akbar!


After thirty years of ministry, this is the saddest story I’ve ever heard. Another rape has just taken place. A young, sincere heart who knew little about her relationship to God is taken in by a counterfeit, spiritual experience and life of laws and traditions. The cunning of the enemy should not amaze me, but I am always surprised when I hear that someone claims to have had a relationship to Jesus and would abandon that for a counterfeit.

Please forgive those who should have taught you and helped you when you were struggling and new to a relationship with Jesus. This testimony just shows how easy it is to be a so called “Christian” in the U.S and not have a real relationship with Jesus. Jesus said that many will say to Him, “Lord, Lord, didn’t we . . . . and he will have to reject them because He never knew them.

“They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would have continued with us. But they went out, that it might become plain that they all are not of us.” (1 John 2:19, ESV)

If they deny Jesus as Messiah and Lord, then they do not know God (2 Jn. 7-11).

May I use this sad story as an example to young people of what happens when you don’t know Christ? When you only know “Christianity”–religion?


Yes David brother ,you can use it…

How ever i wonder … can you give more respect to the person view of change more than rape…?

// Jesus said that many will say to Him, “Lord, Lord, didn’t we . . . . and he will have to reject them because He never knew them.//

Yes,Exactly Jesus will say this.but this is not said for the muslims or those who leave Christianity but to those Who are still and following the theory of Paul.

Its said about those Who do Miracles on the name of Jesus A.s,and Muslims do things in the name of God Almighty….Muhammad s.a.w did Miracles in the name of Allah swt , the lord of this world.

// “They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would have continued with us. But they went out, that it might become plain that they all are not of us.” (1 John 2:19, ESV)//

In Your views,but the fact she is still following the guidance of Holy Prophet Jesus A.s and still worshiping the The Only True God,whom Jesus says his father in Bible. so in what way she is out of community of those who truly followed the Jesus A.s ?

// If they deny Jesus as Messiah and Lord, then they do not know God (2 Jn. 7-11) //

I Can;t find where is denied that Jesus A.s. is not Messiah ?

I invite you to read more stories of reverts and see how God Almighty Guide them towards truth.

God is One..not trinity,,save yourself from deception created by Paul,The False self made apostle.about him Jesus warned in bible,but finally many fallen on his trap of Trinity.

May Allah swt show you true beuty of Islam,and guide you toward truth and give me chance to publish you story in this website too…
Ameen…siumma Ameen…


JazakAllahu Khairan for this brother. You said it well….


u will enter in jannah.


insha’Allah..please keep me in your duas. I ask Allah to forgive my brothers and sisters of their shortcomings and to grant them each with a place in Jannah.Ameen


i love the story it brought tears to my eyes . may allah help me in becoming i better muslim.


Shukran and glad that you enjoyed. Please keep me in your duas and also my family that Allah will guide them to the truth. I will make dua for you that Allah will strengthen you and use you as a warrior for this great religion.


alhamdulillah. Allah guides the best way for all.


alhamdulilah…that is exactly right. Allah knows who his true servants are and who truly wants the right way to him. Allahu akbar!


great story. Let’s work on a book I suggest.


Salam and thanks for the comment. I have to admit the thought crossed my mind. This is just a brief description of my story as I could go on and on. Insha’Allah I will work on this. Shukran.


I like it nice story


Shukran and please keep me in your duas that Allah will use me to help others to Islam. Please keep my family in your duas that Allah will guide them to see the truth.


mashallah. this story brought me to tears! alhamdulillah!


I am glad that you enjoyed it. All praises to Allah for seeing something special in me and allowing me to be guided. Please feel free to pass my story on to others. I ask Allah to use me to help others see the truth of Islam.


Very good efforts


Shukran…Please keep me in your prayers. Allah is the love of my heart and soul & all to him I owe, so thankful to be a servant to the Lord of the worlds.


May Allah bless you


JazakAllahu Khairan … I ask Allah to forgive your sins and grant you many rewards on judgement day and a high place in Jannah. Ameen.


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