I hated Islam because I believed it had broken up my family. My father left us and went away. I felt it was everything that the media made it out to be, though funnily, I was rather fond of the Adhan.
Once I reached the age of ten I became a little more disconnected from the church. I rarely attended church at this point in life due to my commitment and love for baseball. I would dedicate my Sunday
I stopped drinking, hanging out, doing drugs, and so on. It caused my parents to say, "Wow! This religion must not be as bad as we thought it was. It has changed our son for the better. He is a bett
I was still reluctant to believe in what I considered to be a new religion, Islam, but at the same time within myself I stated, "Wow, this is what I have believed for the last 11 years of my life."
I grew up in a Jewish family in New York. I really didn't care what I had to do, because I wanted to become like the people that I had met. I wanted the generosity, the humility, and the charisma...
In becoming a Muslim, I have merely obeyed the dictates of my conscience and have since felt a better and truer man. There is no religion that is so maligned by the ignorant and the biased as is Islam
One day my daughter brought home a book about Islam. We became so interested in it that we followed it up with many other books on Islam. We soon realized that this was really what we believed...
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