From Hinduism, then Atheism to Islam

A member of DM Network in India engaged in amazing da’wah, read the story of change.

AssalamuAlaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu!

This is something I would like to share with you all.
Alhamdulillah a non-muslim sister my friend reverted to Islam last night.
Her journey started around 3-4 years back when she was a Hindu and changed into an Atheist.
I met her 2 years back during my 12th-grade exams. She was my exam partner and she disliked the way I dressed as I was a fully covered Hijabi. She started the conversation by asking if I was forced to be dressed this way and I explained to her why I was willingly covering myself in a certain way and since then she wanted to change the way I was thinking of this and wanted to show me that this is clear oppression for females and I was just being brainwashed by different people around me. We used to have small conversations now and then and slowly I diverted the topic of hijab to God’s existence and Oneness and Alhamdulillah after 1 and a half year-long conversations…
She was finally convinced and she called me at night and said she didn’t want to wait anymore and that she wanted to embrace Islam!
Alhamdulillah, she took her Shahadah last night 😊

May Allah bless us all with success in this Duniya and Aakhirah and make us amongst those who strive in his way!
Ameen. Sister Saamiya. Medic student.

Published by Dawahmotivation

An aspiring daii. Specialising in motivating people to be involved in the dawah!

4 thoughts on “From Hinduism, then Atheism to Islam

  1. Alhamdullilah surely they way we muslim present ourselves can change so many peoples mindset.. Many non muslims reverted to islam just because of Prophet SAW way of living.. Its really important for us muslims to showcase islam as beautiful as it is to our other brothers and sisters.. As we all were born muslims but later we started practising our parents religion as we grew up somewhere inside our hearts our souls we all human know we are muslims there is only one god.. Alhamdullilah welcome to the family Sister

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