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    Title says it all.
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    What made you convert?

    Were you previously an atheist or theist, if theist what religion?

    What do you think about the more violent parts of Islam?
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    What's the one thing you miss from your non-Muslim days?
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    (Original post by TSA)
    What made you convert?
    Will answer this in the morning when im a bit more awake haha.
    Were you previously an atheist or theist, if theist what religion?
    Atheist
    What do you think about the more violent parts of Islam?
    Im not really sure what you mean by this?
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    1) How has your journey as a Muslim been so far?

    2) How has your experience been among Muslims? Welcoming? Disappointing?

    3) What were your O/A levels results?
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    (Original post by Tpos)
    What's the one thing you miss from your non-Muslim days?
    Hmm toughy. But I cant honestly think of anything. Maybe being able to buy any food from anyway. lol.
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    (Original post by G8D)
    What are the 7 pillars of the kuffar? Not a trick question or anything, just making sure you actually were a non-muslim.
    Dammit caught me out.
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    Do you think that, under an Islamic government, people who ridicule Islam should be punished (or even exectued)?

    I'm only asking this because some muslims on this forum do think that.
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    (Original post by G8D)
    What are the 7 pillars of the kuffar? Not a trick question or anything, just making sure you actually were a non-muslim.
    7 pillars of atheism:
    1) Belief in no God
    2) Evolution is the truth
    3) Intellect is mandatory
    4) Freedom should be valued
    5) Logic & reasoning is critical
    6) Science DUH
    7) Religion is for the "lonely and depressed"

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    (Original post by james22)
    Do you think that, under an Islamic government, people who ridicule Islam should be punished (or even exectued)?I'm only asking this because some muslims on this forum do think that.
    I don't know the ruling in Islamic Jurisprudence on such an issue to comment.
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    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
    Title says it all.
    How did your family react to your conversion?!
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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    1) How has your journey as a Muslim been so far?
    Alhamdulillah its been good. Had its ups and downs but Allah has blessed me more than others.[QUOTE[ 2) How has your experience been among Muslims? Welcoming? Disappointing? [/QUOTE]Bit of both. But I think thats how things are with people.But 9 times out of 10 Welcoming. :-)
    3) What were your O/A levels results?
    Lol. Economics A. Biology B. Maths C.
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    (Original post by G8D)
    At least you tried. You'll be an atheist yet.

    1) No belief in a god, not belief in no god. An important distinction.
    3) Some people are incapable of intellect, making it mandatory would impinge on the freedom to be wrong/stupid.
    7) Religion is not 'for' any one stereotypical person. There are many possible reasons why one may opt for (or remain in, as the case is for most people) a religion and they don't boil down to being 'lonely and depressed'.

    Keep these in mind and you'll be on the road to apostasy in no time.
    Hmmm I'd rather not but got it. :cool:
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    (Original post by Al-farhan)
    How did your family react to your conversion?!
    After 6 months I decided to tell my brother and my sisters. And Alhamdulillah they were ok with it. And said that if your happy then im happy. However I do feel that in private they do hold there own reservations. However I didnt tell my father till some time after. He didnt reach well and wasnt happy at all. And things got quite bad with arguments, confrontations etc. But after a while his anger went. And were at a point now where we dont argue - we just sort of tip toe round the subject - and just let each other do our thing. Which Alhamdulillah is an improvement from what it was. As for my mother she passed away whilst I was young.
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    Hey, what was the strongest, most compelling argument for Islam?
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    (Original post by G8D)
    What are the 7 pillars of the kuffar? Not a trick question or anything, just making sure you actually were a non-muslim.
    Idk. Does that mean I am still a Muslim?
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    (Original post by ThatMuslimGuy)
    Alhamdulillah its been good. Had its ups and downs but Allah has blessed me more than others.

    Bit of both. But I think thats how things are with people.But 9 times out of 10 Welcoming. :-)
    That's really good. :cool:

    Lol. Economics A. Biology B. Maths C.
    Awww, I had A in Maths but C in Physics lol.

    What advice do you have for Muslims in general?

    What is your favourite Surah?
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    (Original post by ExMus)
    Idk. Does that mean I am still a Muslim?
    Try to attempt and NO CHEATING.
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    (Original post by ExMus)
    Hey, what was the strongest, most compelling argument for Islam?
    I dont think the argument for Islam is based on a single Narrative. But on multiple varying arguments that all come together to support each other.
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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    That's really good. :cool:Awww, I had A in Maths but C in Physics lol.What advice do you have for Muslims in general?
    Wow that is a toughie. I could ramble for hours. Ill think that one over.
    What is your favourite Surah?
    Changes all the time sis. Whenever I read a new Surah suddenly becomes my favourite. Was Surah Rahmah, Then Isra, Then maryam, now currently its Surah Taha: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpoDsLUq9p4
 
 
 
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