I want to become Muslim, but…

Saad Tasleem


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Have you seriously considered embracing Islam but have been a little hesitant? Maybe you think it's a difficult process or that you still have a lot more to learn? Did you know that accepting Islam is actually a very easy and simple process? First off, okay, maybe you're not an expert in Islam and maybe you don't know the Arabic language. That's totally okay. One doesn't have to be an expert in Islam to become a Muslim. Nor does Islam require you to know the Arabic language. The most important thing is to believe in the fundamentals of Islam, which is that there is only one God and He alone is worthy of worship, and that Muhammad is truly His messenger. Once you know and accept this, you

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are ready to accept Islam, the rest you'll continue to learn and build on as you continue your journey in Islam. Maybe you think that you're too sinful to embrace Islam. The reality is that when you embrace Islam, God Almighty forgives all your past sins, and you start a new life with a clean record. So what's left? You may say, well, there are some things that I do, and they're considered sins in Islam, and I'm just not ready to leave them. Look, let me tell you something really important. Even if that's the case, it is still better for you to embrace Islam. Why? Because a Muslim who sins will still go to Paradise, either directly or after their sins have been cleansed in

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the afterlife. However, someone who dies upon this belief does not have that hope. Maybe you're afraid of how people around you will react if you embrace Islam. If that's the case, then know that it is not necessary that you immediately go around telling everyone that you're Muslim, to embrace Islam. You don't need witnesses, nor do you have to do it publicly. embracing Islam is something that is between you and your Lord. First and foremost.