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A Martial Art Led Me to Islam

By Abdul- Lateef Abdullah / 09 Nov 2013

My experience in Islam began as a graduate student in New York City in 1998.

Up to that point in my life, for 25 years, I had been a Protestant Christian, but had not been practicing my religion for quite some time.


Traps of Satan for New Muslims

By Raya Shokatfard / 05 Nov 2013

Those who come to Islam as a result of search, contemplation and determination, know that they have made the best and most significant decisions of their lives.

They did this by embracing the most complete and final religion!

{Today I have completed your religion for you, and I have perfected My favor on you...}(5:3)


From America to Egypt A Catholic Woman Discovers Islam

By Amber Acosta / 2 Nov 2013

Why did I become Muslim?

I can clearly remember the day I officially converted at Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo, I came right from the state of Connecticut (US), but what led up to that day remains as a somewhat subconscious, yet continuous quest for God.


The Texan Who Found Allah

By Chris Irwin / 29 Oct 2013

My reversion to Islam wasn't so unique after all.

Islam reaches the hearts of people even if they live in a desolate cave in the wilderness, or in the polar ice caps, or the middle of the densest jungles. Everywhere there is Allah's majesty.


Falling in Love with Islam

By Farieda Amatullah / 24 Oct 2013

This is always the hardest part - to begin to write everything down when I myself do not understand it all.

What has happened to me is great and makes me warm and fuzzy inside. But, at the same time it scares me very much.


Eid ul-Adha celebration

By Agencies / 26 Sep 2013

Islam has two beautiful celebrations that will be part of your life: Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha.  Some basic facts about Eid ul-Adha:

·       Pronounced EED-ul-ADHA, it can be translated as the “Feast of the Sacrifice.”

·       Eid ul-Adha is tied to Hajj - the pilgrimage to the sacred city of Mecca that brings in 2 million Muslims every year from all over the world.


Allowing a non-Muslim to Enter a Mosque

Source : Shafiifiqh.com / 16 Sep 2013


As-salamu alaykum wa-rahmatullahi wa-barakatuh, Are the Kafirun (Non-Muslims) Allowed to go to Masjid? 


Islamic Guidelines for Gender Interactions

By C. Mofty / 11 Sep 2013

How do people slip into adultery? Why do office romances take place? How do married men get romantically involved with another woman? The simple answer is that it is a slow process of boundary-less decisions.  It is a gradual thing.  Imagine a little wall all around you, with a gate.  Your heart lives inside the wall and Allah has told you how to control the gate.  Bad things happen when you either do not know what Allah has told you or are careless about what goes in and what goes out of that gate.


Reverts: Don't Turn Away; Keep Your Faith Strong!

By Aya Timea / 4 Sep 2013

I reverted to Islam almost five years ago.

AlhamdulillAllah, I was always very stubborn when it came to religion and never thought for a single moment to go back to my old lifestyle and leave Islam.

The more my classmates and the people on the street treated me in a bad way due to my religion the more I buried myself in the books of Islam to strengthen my faith in order to never ever be like them again.


A "Typical" American Police Supervisor Finds Islam

By William / 29 Aug 2013

My name is William, and I live in a large Midwestern city in the United States.

I am a typical American in many ways that are reflected in both my professional and personal lives. Professionally, I am a supervisor with a major police department, and I have been in the military, both active duty and in the reserves for the majority of my adult life.


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