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MuslimConverts.com helping people  convert to Islam

Flags says:

 There is no God but, Allah, and

 Mohammad is the Messenger of Allah



Eid Mubarak 

Eid Al Fitr will be on  Monday 28th of July (in Asia and Australasia it may be a day later)

Eid Mubarak Brothers and Sisters

Taqabbal Allaahu minnaa wa minkum (May Allaah accept [the fast and worship] from us and from you

Eid Al Fitr will be on Monday 28th of July (in Asia and Australasia it may be a day later)
Remember fasting is not allowed on Eid.

Remember to Eat an odd number of dates (or at least some type of food) before going to the Eid prayer.

Say the following Takbir Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar, laa ilaaha ill-Allaah, wa Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar wa Lillaahi l-hamd (Allaah is Most Great and there is no god but Allaah, Allaah is Most Great, and to Allaah be praise). out loud from your home until the Imam comes out.

Both men and women  should attend the Eid prayer. If you are menstruating then you  should attend to observe rather than prayer.

This and other etiquettes of Eid explained in detail on

What is Eid  and how to celebrate eid and how to pray the eid prayers 

 

Welcome

Assalaamu Alaykum (peace be upon you)
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam.

Allah says:
"This day, I have perfected your religion for you, completed My favour upon you, and have chosen for you Islam as your religion" [Quran 5:3)

Allah gave this favour to the whole of humanity. Therefore any one can become a Muslim no matter what his/her race, language or colour is. No matter whether they are single, married, divorced or a child.

All sins committed before coming to Islam are forgiven.  One who converts to Islam is totally reborn and starts with a clean record.

About the Site

This site is designed to be a clear and easy to understand guide for those who want to become Muslim and those who converted to Islam. Helping you adjust to your new life, deal with day to day issues and help you to reach your full Muslim potential. To be the best Muslim you can be.

In order to understand what Islam is, a person should first know the heart of what Islamic belief is. Only then can you appreciate the Do's and Do Not's in Islam. For this reason we have now included a separate section to cater for the needs of our Non Muslims visitors to the site on the following link muslimconverts.com/islam
 


How to convert to Islam and Issues facing Converts
How to Prayer

Muslim food guide. What foods a Muslim can and cannot eat

How to Pray the Five daily prayers

The five time prayers (called salah in Arabic or namaz in Urdu and Turkish ) become obligatory from the moment a person embraces Islam.

After Converting and performing the purifications . The first thing that a New Muslim should do is Learn how to pray and perform it.

Books and videos you may come across which say how to prayer for beginners teach the advanced level prayer rather than that which is suitable for beginner prayers. This leads to New Muslims being unable to pray for 6-12 months and feeling overwhelmed. With  prayer guides on this site you should be able to learn to pray within a few hours if you make a great deal of effort.

Learn how to Pray with our easy to follow prayer Guides.

 

New Muslim Stories

The following is a collection of enlightening, heart-warming and inspiring convert stories. These new Muslims come from a variety of backgrounds. They come from around the globe and include intellectuals, scientists, priests and artists. Some are young and some are old. Some are male and some are female

Straightforward message, strict morals attracting American Believers

"Islam is the first religion that made sense to me." says said Abdal Malik Rezeski of Dallas son of a Jewish father and a Christian mother.

Muslim beliefs about God and Jesus made more sense

"When I was a Christian, I never understood why Jesus had to die for my sins. I mean, they're my sins" Jennifer Harell ex Methodist youth Minister.

Journey from Atheism - Islam had a logic to it that she couldn't resist

I grew up thinking religion was ridiculous. I didn't believe in God. I had no idea how the universe was created and, frankly, didn't care." said Karen Meek, 33, of Lewisville She said Islam had a logic to it that she couldn't resist

Catholic Converts to Islam
Athiest Converts to Islam
Hindu and Sikh Converts to Islam
Jewish Converts to Islam
Other Converts to Islam
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