Conversion to Islam

How to Convert to Islam and Become a Muslim

Description: The steps a person needs to take to accept Islam as his/her religion, enter its fold, and become a Muslim.
Published on 27 Feb 2006 – Last modified on 06 Apr 2011
How to Convert to Islam and Become a Muslim

The word “Muslim” means one who submits to the will of God, regardless of their race, nationality or ethnic background. Becoming a Muslim is a simple and easy process that requires no pre-requisites. One may convert alone in privacy, or he/she may do so in the presence of others.

If anyone has a real desire to be a Muslim and has full conviction and strong belief that Islam is the true religion of God, then, all one needs to do is pronounce the “Shahada”, the testimony of faith, without further delay. The “Shahada” is the first and most important of the five pillars of Islam.

With the pronunciation of this testimony, or “Shahada”, with sincere belief and conviction, one enters the fold of Islam.

Upon entering the fold of Islam purely for the Pleasure of God, all of one’s previous sins are forgiven, and one starts a new life of piety and righteousness. The Prophet said to a person who had placed the condition upon the Prophet in accepting Islam that God would forgive his sins:

“Do you not know that accepting Islam destroys all sins which come before it?” (Saheeh Muslim)

When one accepts Islam, they in essence repent from the ways and beliefs of their previous life. One need not be overburdened by sins committed before their acceptance. The person’s record is clean, and it is as if he was just born from his mother’s womb. One should try as much as possible to keep his records clean and strive to do as many good deeds as possible.

The Holy Quran and Hadeeth (prophetic sayings) both stress the importance of following Islam. God states:

“…The only religion in the sight of God is Islam…” (Quran 3:19)

In another verse of the Holy Quran, God states:

“If anyone desires a religion other than Islam, never will it be accepted of him; and in the Hereafter, he will be in the ranks of those who have lost (their selves in the Hellfire).” (Quran 3:85)

In another saying, Muhammad, the Prophet of God, said:

“Whoever testifies that there in none worthy of being worshipped but God, Who has no partner, and that Muhammad is His slave and Prophet, and that Jesus is the Slave of God, His Prophet, and His word[1] which He bestowed in Mary and a spirit created from Him; and that Paradise (Heaven) is true, and that the Hellfire is true, God will eventually admit him into Paradise, according to his deeds.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)

The Prophet of God, may the blessing and mercy of God be upon him, also reported:

“Indeed God has forbidden to reside eternally in Hell the person who says: “I testify that none has the right to worship except Allah (God),’ seeking thereby the Face of God.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)
The Declaration of the Testimony (Shahada)

To convert to Islam and become a Muslim a person needs to pronounce the below testimony with conviction and understanding its meaning:

I testify “La ilah illa Allah, Muhammad rasoolu Allah.”

The translation of which is:

“I testify that there is no true god (deity) but God (Allah), and that Muhammad is a Messenger (Prophet) of God.”

To hear it click here or click on “Live Help” above for assistance by chat.

When someone pronounces the testimony with conviction, then he/she has become a Muslim.  It can be done alone, but it is much better to be done with an adviser through the “Live Help” at top, so we may help you in pronouncing it right and to provide you with important resources for new Muslims.

The first part of the testimony consists of the most important truth that God revealed to mankind: that there is nothing divine or worthy of being worshipped except for Almighty God. God states in the Holy Quran:

“We did not send the Messenger before you without revealing to him: ‘none has the right to be worshipped except I, therefore worship Me.’” (Quran 21:25)

This conveys that all forms of worship, whether it be praying, fasting, invoking, seeking refuge in, and offering an animal as sacrifice, must be directed to God and to God alone. Directing any form of worship to other than God (whether it be an angel, a messenger, Jesus, Muhammad, a saint, an idol, the sun, the moon, a tree) is seen as a contradiction to the fundamental message of Islam, and it is an unforgivable sin unless it is repented from before one dies. All forms of worship must be directed to God only.

Worship means the performance of deeds and sayings that please God, things which He commanded or encouraged to be performed, either by direct textual proof or by analogy. Thus, worship is not restricted to the implementation of the five pillars of Islam, but also includes every aspect of life. Providing food for one’s family, and saying something pleasant to cheer a person up are also considered acts of worship, if such is done with the intention of pleasing God. This means that, to be accepted, all acts of worship must be carried out sincerely for the Sake of God alone.

The second part of the testimony means that Prophet Muhammad is the servant and chosen messenger of God. This implies that one obeys and follows the commands of the Prophet. One must believe in what he has said, practice his teachings and avoid what he has forbidden. One must therefore worship God only according to his teaching alone, for all the teachings of the Prophet were in fact revelations and inspirations conveyed to him by God.

One must try to mold their lives and character and emulate the Prophet, as he was a living example for humans to follow. God says:

“And indeed you are upon a high standard of moral character.” (Quran 68:4)

God also said:

“And in deed you have a good and upright example in the Messenger of God, for those who hope in the meeting of God and the Hereafter, and mentions God much.” (Quran 33:21)

He was sent in order to practically implement the Quran, in his saying, deeds, legislation as well as all other facets of life. Aisha, the wife of the Prophet, when asked about the character of the Prophet, replied:

“His character was that of the Quran.” (As-Suyooti)

To truly adhere to the second part of the Shahada is to follow his example in all walks of life. God says:

“Say (O Muhammad to mankind): ‘If you (really) love God, then follow me.’” (Quran 3:31)

It also means that Muhammad is the Final Prophet and Messenger of God, and that no (true) Prophet can come after him.

“Muhammad is not the father of any man among you but he is the Messenger of God and the last (end) of the Prophets and God is Ever All-Aware of everything.” (Quran 33:40)

All who claim to be prophets or receive revelation after Muhammad are imposters, and to acknowledge them would be tantamount to disbelief.

We welcome you to Islam, congratulate you for your decision, and will try to help you in any way we can.

صفحة جديدة 5

Conversion to Islam

“Invite to the way
of your Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching.”  – Quran 16:125

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  1. Practical resources for new

  2. Articles of particular
    relevance to Converts

  3. The personal testimonies of
    Converts to Islam

  4. Profiles of prominent converts plus News Reports

  5. Links to other conversion

  6. Submit your conversion story


Practical resources
for new Muslims

A site which enables non-Arabic speaking new Muslims to learn the
short surahs of the Quran and other requirements for performing ritual worship (Salat).
Each phrase slowly and clearly enunciated.  Includes 17 surahs plus ayat al
kursi (2:255), the Tasha-hud (Al-Taheyat), the Adhan and the Iqama.

Requires RealPlayer

Residential Quranic Arabic Courses in England

A series of of five-day courses from beginners thru to
advanced, March to June 2003.

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Understanding Islam

by Yahiya John Emerick (American convert to Islam)

408 pages, ISBN: 0028642333, available from bookshops priced US$18.95 and from

Holy Quran (Arabic Script and Recitation)

Requires RealPlayer.  Listen to and learn the Quran
verse by verse.

Islamic Dictionary

English Translation of Arabic words.

Glossary of Islamic Terms and

Another Glossary of Islamic Terms

Over 100 Arabic terms explained.

The Encyclopaedia of the Orient

Covers the Middle East and North Africa.  Useful
explanations of many Islamic terms and mini-biographies of figures from Muslim
history and contemporary politics.

How to perform Wudu and Salat

A step by step guide showing how to perform Muslim
ritual ablutions and prayer.

Beginners Guide To Performing Islamic Prayers

Practical guide with additional, helpful background
information on the importance of prayer.

The Right Way To Pray

A 14-step guide with phrase-by-phrase pronunciation of
the Arabic words.  Requires RealPlayer.

How to perform Wudu and Salat

Another practical guide.

25 Duas (Supplications) from the
Holy Quran

On the tip of a Muslim tongue

Everyday Muslim expressions.

Islamic Typing Test

Improve your speed whilst learning about Islam in the

Islamic Quiz

Superb interactive quiz.  Hundreds of questions at
different levels.  Tells you the correct answers to questions you get wrong.

Test Your Knowledge of Islam

What’s behind one of the fastest growing religions in the U.S.?
What do Muslims believe? Take this quiz to test your knowledge of Islam.

Online Tests at Islam101

Multiple choice tests on various aspects of Islam,
arranged in order of difficulty by four levels. These tests can be taken online.
After completing each test, you can submit your test for a grade. Answers to the
the missed questions are provided online.

First Steps in Arabic

Excellent interactive game.  Learn to read by matching
the Arabic letters to their sounds.


A free online Arabic course in 18 units.  Requires RealPlayer.

The English-Arabic Dictionary

Oilfield English-Arabic words and phrases


Rules and regulations.

Amir University

Providing certified, affordable courses on Islam and
Arabic in a home-study environment.  Accredited by the Abu Nour Institute of
Damascus, an affiliate of Al-Azhar University of Cairo, Amir distance learning
Islamic university is founded on Ahl as-Sunnah wal Jama`at [Sunni] teachings.
The curriculum addresses contemporary issues with a moderate Islamic approach.

International Language Institute

Learn Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial
Arabic in Cairo.

Latino American Dawah Organization

a nonprofit organization founded in 1997 in New York
City by a handful of converts to Islam. LADO’s mission is to promote Islam among
the Latino community of the United States and to provide education about the
history and legacy of Islam in Spain and Latin America and provide free
information about Islam.



Articles of
particular relevance to Converts

Questions to Ask a Prospective Marriage Partner

Don’t just rush into marriage.  Sort out these key issues in

Who or what is a Salafi? Is their approach valid?

Their basic claim is that Islam has not been properly understood
by anyone since the prophet Mohammed

and the early Muslims – except themselves.

By Nuh Ha Mim Keller

From Drury Lane to Makka

Abdal-Hakim Murad recounts the tale of theatrical scene painter,
Hedley Churchward, who in 1910 became the first confirmed British convert to
Islam to make the Hajj pilgrimage.

First Family Visit As a Muslim

Texas Muslim, Juan Galvan, shares his experience of explaining to
his Mexican-American family about his conversion to Islam.

Islam is wonderful, but I can’t stand the Muslims

“Why should I try to convert my non-Muslim friends when I often
prefer them to the Muslims that I know? How will being Muslim change their lives
for the better if they already display more of the Islamic virtues than most of
the Muslims they are likely to meet?”

By British convert to Islam, Michael A. Malik.

How do I tell my parents and family I’ve become a

Practical advice for the new Muslim on this sensitive

The Status of Parents in Islam

By Syed Hasan Akhtar, M. D. Austin, Texas

“Thy Lord hath decreed that ye worship none but Him, and that ye be kind to
parents. Whether one or more attain old age in thy life, say not to them a word
of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honor. And out of
kindness, lower to them the wing of humility, and say, “my Lord! bestow on them
Thy Mercy, even as they cherished me in childhood.” (Quran 17: 23,24)

How do we relate to non-Muslim relatives?

Dr. Aisha Hamdan offers practical advice to converts.

Advice for New Muslims or those considering Islam

Practical tips from a fellow convert.

Searching Americans Embrace The Logic Behind The
Teachings Of Islam

“It’s like seeing God without all the baggage,”

By Tara Dooley, Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas)

The new face of Islam

The phenomenon of  educated, white, middle class English converts
to Islam.

by Nick Compton

The Dual Purpose of the Quran

“I believe the Quran was written for two peoples: 1)
For the Muslims who have already dropped the ball. And 2) for the ‘other, very
different people’ (many hadiths refer to them as ‘strangers’ or ‘immigrants’)
who will take a fresh look at the Quran and understand it in new ways.”

By Imam Tammam Adi PhD, Director of the Islamic Cultural Center of Eugene,

Frustrations of a Muslim Convert

Committed to Islam, vexed by Muslims

A cautionary tale.  How for one theologically motivated convert to the pure
monotheism of Islam, certain fellow Muslims have turned the Straight Path into
something of a rocky road.

by Michael Young.

  1. Introduction

  2. Lack of Induction

  3. Internet – The good, the bad
    and the dangerous!

  4. Beware the Zealots!

  5. Must we proceed at the pace of
    the most prudish?

  6. “Muslim name” and attire

  7. Relationship with non-Muslim

  8. So-called “Islamic Causes”

  9. Final Thoughts

Understanding Conversion: Bridging the Two Selves

“Although conversion is a phenomenon that is completely unique to
everyone, nevertheless, those who are serious about it will all undoubtedly
undergo self-examination of some kind in order to embrace a new way of life and
belief system.”  Three years on American, Abdul-Lateef Abdullah, reflects on
conversion to Islam.

“Waste no time debating what a good Muslim should
be. Be one!”

Respecting our differences, by Muhammad Alshareef

Convertitis – or the Case of the Insta-Scholar

American convert, Saraji Umm Zaid cautions new Muslims about the
dangers of extremism and absolutism.

Caution For New Muslims

Dangers of Excess and Extremism among Muslims

By Imam Ghayth Nur Kashif

Humility in Knowledge, Arrogance in Ignorance

“A pseudo doctor is danger to life. A pseudo religious scholar is
danger to faith.”

Is every new thing a Bid’a?

Dr M Hussain conducts an invaluable investigation of
this controversial subject.

British and Muslim?

Outstanding article by Abdal-Hakim Murad

A very thoughtful insight into the British Muslim community, especially
converts.  An absolute “must read”!

The Mosque – A Welcoming Place for Would-be

Alas not, according to Yahiya Emerick

Building a Better Dawah Program

Muslims have perhaps the least organized community in
the world, yet we are gaining converts faster than anyone else.  But what if we
were more organized? American convert Yahiya Emerick sets out a strategy to
utilize our resources and build up the size and strength of the Muslim

My First Year As A Muslim

An open letter from Jeremiah D. McAuliffe, Jr., Ph.D. to the
Pittsburgh Muslim community one year after he embraced Islam.

Muslims on the Internet

The Good, the Bad… and the Ugly

by Huma Ahmad

Get a Good Teacher!

Advice from American convert Abdul-Lateef Abdullah to
fellow new Muslims.

Religion is the latest consumer product.

The Guardian (London), Wednesday September 27, 2000

John Cunningham investigates why people change religion.

Moving Beyond Theory

Among Muslims in the West, American convert to Islam
Yahiya Emerick finds too much empty theorizing and not enough practical
application of Islam to the realities of everyday living in an environment
non-conducive to the faith.

How Did You Accept Islam?

As enthralling as many present-day conversion stories
may be, it is to the first converts to Islam, the Sahaba, that we should look
for inspiration, writes American convert, Yahiya Emerick.

Islamic Da’wah in North America and the Dynamics
of Conversion to Islam in Western Societies

A point by point synopsis of the 1988 Dissertation for Doctor of
Philosophy of Larry Allan Poston,  Northwestern University.


The personal
testimonies of Converts to Islam

How We Came To Embrace Islam

American, Khadija Evans, who experimented with umpteen Christian
denominations, atheism and even Wicca tells how her post-September 11
investigations of Islam led first herself then her husband to their final
spiritual home.

Becoming Muslim – by Nuh Ha Mim Keller

“I studied philosophy at the university and it taught
me to ask two things of whoever claimed to have the truth: What do you mean, and
how do you know? When I asked these questions of my own religious tradition, I
found no answers, and realized that Christianity had slipped from my hands.”

The story of American former Catholic, Nuh Ha Mim Keller, who in the 25 years
since his conversion has gone on to become one of the leading contemporary
scholars of Islam.

Marwa’s conversion story

How a headstrong Slovakian teenager found solace and
contentment in Islam.

The conversation to Islam of (Yahya) Donald W.

How a roulette analogy helped this former Las Vegas resident
become a Muslim.

European Union temporary agent for research Candice
Vancraenenbroek pauses before speaking during an International Women’s Day
Conference at the EU Charlemagne building in Brussels, Friday, March 8, 2002.
Vancraenenbroek, born into a Belgian Catholic family, converted to Islam at an
early age and has co-founded a group to help those women who also wish to
convert. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo) 

Finding My Way….Lynette Wehner’s conversion to

How a spiritually dissatisfied American Catholic
teacher found fulfillment and direction through her new job at a Muslim school.

The conversion to Islam of James Farrell

How the gift of a Quran transformed the life of a
white, racist, anti-Muslim working-class Chicago youth.

Italian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Converts to Islam

Karla’s conversion to Islam

“How could you, an educated American woman convert to Islam – a
religion that oppresses women?” – Blonde-haired blue-eyed, former Christian,
Karla, explains how her theological dissatisfaction with the doctrine of Jesus
as God and her discovery of the rights given to women in Islam led her to become
a Muslim.

New convert to Islam since September 11,

US Navy petty officer, Heather Ramaha.

More in Hawai’i turn to Islam

Less than three weeks after terrorists struck New York
City and Washington, US Navy petty officer Heather Ramaha stood among a group of
women at the mosque in Manoa and converted to Islam

By Mary Kaye Ritz, Honolulu Advertiser, November 11, 2001.

Why I am a Muslim

Ibrahim, a Pennsylvania teenager, explains how difficulties with
church teaching about Jesus as God led him from Catholicism to Islam.

The conversion to Islam of Karima Burns

This Iowa student of Arabic became a Muslim in her heart when she
started reading the Quran in order do to her university homework and couldn’t
put it down.

The conversion to Islam of  Sa’ad Laws

How the autobiography of Malcolm X guided a white, middle-class,
American teenager from “cow country” to Islam.

Yusuf Estes, US Federal Prison Chaplain

The amazing tale of how an American former “born
again” Christian and his father, both ordained ministers, plus their friend, a
Catholic priest, all became convinced of the truth of Islam.

Oum Abdul-Aziz

An American former “born again” Christian explains how her
in-depth theological studies led her to reject the Christian doctrines of
Trinity, the Divinity of Jesus and Original Sin and to embrace pure monotheism
in Islam.  Contains detailed references from the Bible and Quran.

Amina’s story

Irish lady recounts her  long and slow spiritual
journey culminating in her conversion from Catholicism to Islam during the
summer of 2001.

Michael Wolfe

“I did not want to ‘trade in’ my culture. I wanted
access to new meanings.” – How an American writer born of a Jewish father and a
Christian mother found spiritual fulfillment in Islam.

‘My Dream Came True’

Detroit-based African American journalist and PR
woman, Angelene McLaren, has been a Muslim for six years. Upon conversion she
took the new name Sumayyah bint Joan. Here she records her encounter with Islam.

Steven Barboza

This African American former Catholic found spiritual
peace and fulfillment in orthodox Islam having investigated and rejected the
racist ideology of the Nation of Islam.

Dr. Moustafa Mould

After a spiritual journey of almost 40 years, a Boston
Jewish linguist finds Islam in Africa.

My personal decision for God and Islam

The conversion story of  Anja from Germany

“I was quite amused by the thought, that actually there are still people around,
who follow a law from the Middle Ages.”  But over a period of two and a half
years, this university student grew to take Islam very seriously.

Walter ‘Abdul-Walee’ Gomez

“I could smell the mercy and the sweetness of heaven,
felt the presence of God in my torn, sick heart.”  Latino immigrant finds peace
in Islam after an adolescence of clubs, drinking, drugs,  promiscuity and
gangland violence in Washington DC.

How I Came to Islam by Yahya M

Italian-American man who became a Muslim when a graduate student
in 1984  recalls the milestones on his journey to Islam – years of academic
study, the influence of pious but non-preachy Pakistani friends and the
autobiography of Malcolm X.

Aminah Assilmi – Part 1

This American lady, a former radical feminist and
Southern Baptist from Oklahoma, studied the Quran, Sahih Muslim and fifteen
other books on Islam in an attempt to convert the Arabs in her college class to
Christianity and “save those poor ignorant heathens from the fires of hell.”
But guess what happened!

Former Baptist explains why she is now a Muslim

The Aminah Assilmi Story – Part 2

By Rebecca Simmons, Abilene Reporter-News, Saturday,
November 1, 1997

Why I embraced Islam

by Maryum Jameelah (formerly Margaret Marcus),

an American Jew who converted to Islam in the late 1950’s.


A former Catholic from Ecuador now living in the
United States who was attracted to Islam by the peacefulness of Muslim prayer
and the practical guidance Islam provides for living daily life.

Joanne Richards

How a Californian woman with a “fast and loose”
lifestyle gradually found her way to Islam.

Ibrahim Khalil M.A. (Princeton)

A former Egyptian Coptic priest who studied Islam in
order to find fault with it.

The result was, however, exactly the reverse.

Twelve Hours Old

Canadian convert Katherine Bullock marvels at becoming
a Muslim.


The hilarious yet serious story of how an American
professional comedian and
Jehovah’s Witness “pioneer minister
” came to Islam. 


Young American, Protestant Sunday School teacher and
youth ministries activist who had great difficulty with the Christian doctrine
of “justification through faith ” [good or bad deeds are irrelevant to one’s
salvation].  She also found that her concept of Godly living regarding dating,
alcohol, clubbing, etc. was shared by her Muslim acquaintances, not her
Christian friends.

Abdus Salam Clinton Sipes

The amazing story of a violent, drunken, racist,
cross-burning Klu Klux Klan member transformed into the “servant of peace”.

Khadijah ‘Sue’ Watson

A former Protestant fundamentalist pastor, missionary
and Bible College lecturer with a
degree in Divinity.
  Her contact with a convert to
Islam prompted her to seriously investigate Islam and to conclude that “many
Christians are sincere, but they are sincerely wrong”.


The remarkable, powerful testimony, full on insights,
of a black American Christian girl whose studies of the Bible and Church history
studies left her shocked at the “hypocrisy, blasphemy, and human tampering with
holy scriptures”.  Impressed by the respect Islam shows to women, she became a
Muslim at the age of only 18.

Abdul-Lateef Abdullah (Steven Krauss)

White, middle-class, American Protestant graduate
student, disillusioned with organised religion, introduced to Islam through his
Malaysian martial arts teacher.


When this Catholic lady’s husband abruptly announced that he had
become a Muslim, she left him… then later slowly found her own way to Islam.
A remarkable story with a twist in the tail.


 This Colorado member of the Campus Crusade for
Christ, troubled by Christian teachings on Jesus, was impressed by the Muslim
way of worship and the logic of Islam.


An Australian Protestant teenager, troubled by the concept of
Trinity, who embraced Islam following a year at a Buddhist High school in Japan.

Abdul Hakim

This Frenchman, a supporter of the anti-immigrant
Front National, who was twice beaten up by Algerians, was surprised to find
himself drawn to Islam whilst attending university in England.

Greg Noakes

Church-going American Protestant whose university studies of
Middle East history and Arabic language eventually led him to Islam.

“What I found was a religion whose moral teachings closely resembled the values
I had been taught by my parents: belief in God, respect for others,
truthfulness, courtesy, charity and honor. What was new was the clarity and
vibrance of Islam, and the fact that all of these values were integrated into a
complete and seamless system. Islamic teachings were sublime, subtle and easy to

Jeremiah D. McAuliffe, Jr., Ph.D.

Affluent Irish-American Catholic with a doctorate in
Formative Spirituality who withdrew from training to enter the priesthood and
became a Muslim after reading the Quran.

Suleyman Ahmad

Born to Jewish Communist parents, this middle-aged American news
reporter found in Islam the fulfillment of his personal quest.

Karen’s story

How a devout American Catholic with nagging doubts
came to Islam.

Karima Slack Razi

The journey of an American feminist from secular humanism to


From confused Christian and teenage runaway to
contented Muslima.

The story of Conversion to Islam of the Publisher
of Islam For Today

From Trinity to Taweed.  How studies of the early
Christian Church led a once committed Catholic to a new understanding of Jesus
as prophet, not Son, of God and acceptance of  the oneness of God.

Belief-O-Matic Quiz

Even if YOU don’t know what faith you are, Belief-O-Matic knows.
Answer 20 questions about your concept of God, the afterlife, human nature, and
more, and Belief-O-Matic will tell you what religion (if any) you practice…or
ought to consider practicing.


Profiles of prominent
converts plus news reports

Islam’s Soul of the South

The improbable rise of a black Muslim politician in deepest

By John Fleming,  September 28, 2006

More US Hispanics drawn to Islam

Marriage, post-9/11 curiosity, and a shared interest in issues
such as immigration are key reasons.

By Amy Green | September 28, 2006

Marmaduke Pickthall: A Servant of Islam

A profile of the early 20th century English convert,

writer and Quran translator by Abu Ali Hadhrami

70’s Singer Cat Stevens hails Clinton in comeback

The Muslim convert, now known as Yusuf Islam, made his live
comeback on Tuesday by paying special tribute to former US President Bill

September 28, 2006

VH1 Profiles Cat Stevens in “Behind the Music”

The life of this famous British convert to Islam now
known as Yusuf Islam.

Another Profile of Yusuf Islam

Profile of Bilal Philips

Jamaican/Canadian convert and Islamic speaker and

Short Profile of Yahiya Emerick

American convert, Islamic author and publisher.

Jews For Allah

Jewish Converts to Islam

Converts from around the world

Listed by country.

More Stories of Converts to

Yet More Converts

Listed by gender, nationality and former religion or
belief system.

Web Sites Built By Converts To

A website by and for converts.

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conversion to Islam

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  • When did you convert to Islam?

  • How old were you?

  • What was your educational or
    work background?

  • What was your previous

  • Why did you convert to Islam?

  • What spiritual or practical
    problems have you overcome on the road to conversion and since?

  • How have you benefited the
    Muslim community?

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