Stories of New Muslims

Joyce & Janice | Singapore

Joyce & Janice | Singapore

These two sisters were on their own individual paths of seeking God, until their journey beautifully cumulated in Islam. A rarity, but a rarity truly evident of His Perfect Plan.
Kenichi Kojima | Japan

Kenichi Kojima | Japan

Brought up as a Buddhist, Kenichi is familiar to the concept where the gods are represented as statues. He knows Allah is not a statue, so he asks, “Where is Allah? Can anyone explain about Allah?”
Muhamad Fadhli | Singapore

Muhamad Fadhli | Singapore

"I was born a Muslim but grew up being an atheist. I was formerly involved with gangsterism and skinhead sub-culture. Alhamdulillah. I am a revert practicing Muslim now."
綾菜 (Ayana) | Japan

綾菜 (Ayana) | Japan

"I didn’t get a strict image of Islam as believed in Japan but rather, I got an impression that people are calm and kind and always keep smiling. I didn’t see anybody hitting children or getting upset."

Eileen | Estonia

Eileen | Estonia

Eileen's first prayer following her reversion was a funny story. "I was dead sure that I was the first Muslim in the world that can’t pray because she's too stupid. I was looking at the pages and going “No way, man. That’s like, What?? This can’t be done!”
Taqwa |  Malaysia

Taqwa |  Malaysia

"It was in my nature to be an introvert, but back in those days, I would force myself to be more extroverted just to “fit in” with the crowd. I definitely had a hotter temper too, especially when I was at home, and fights would occur occasionally… I was a quite the rebellious teenager."
Chen Yi | China

Chen Yi | China

“We started to talk about Islam. She told me what would happen at the end of this world and what would happen to non-believers... That night, my value of this world totally changed."
Janan | Singapore

Janan | Singapore

“I don’t believe in blind following – just because I am born to a Muslim family, I would have no choice but to adhere to the practice of Islam. How can we “just believe” without rationalising? God is so Great to give us the capacity to think.”
Maya | Japan

Maya | Japan

From visits to traditional muslim weddings to enrolling in Islamic classes in Japan, to quitting her job at an American finance company to study Islamic finance... Maya's story is purely filled with the seeking of the Truth, and is proof indeed that Allah truly is the Best of Planners.
Elif | Turkey

Elif | Turkey

Elif was born muslim, but she never truly understood the meaning of being one until she broke her waistbone, and when a Japanese friend started asking her about Islam. Now, she wants to wear the hijab, when she had never thought of it before. Alhamdulillah.
Nuha | Morocco

Nuha | Morocco

“Traveling echoes the fact that our existence in Dunya is temporary, attachment to anything other than our faith in Allah wouldn’t therefore make any sense, whether it is a relationship, a job, a place or an object. Who am I other than a traveler who takes a rest under a tree in the shade and then goes on his way ? Who are we all… Other than travellers under a tree ? Very soon, we shall all go on our way…”
Yelda | Singapore

Yelda | Singapore

"When my Muslim boyfriend left me, I was really heartbroken. But come to think if it, I would not have turned to the Truth if I had not met him. My heart is at peace knowing what is meant for me will never miss me, and what missed me is not meant for me."
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