Conversion to Islam amongst non - Muslim women in Saudi Arabia .


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It is very encouraging that Islam is spreading however in the period where 400 embraced Islam may be 40 million Muslim women embraced securalism under influence of secular schools and governments in Muslim lands in the same period.

Pakistan under Nawaz is same old secular as was under two Bhuttos , Zardari and Musharaf hence a change is due but not Imran khan who is super secular.

Fresh national elections are near and we need new islamic party in Pakistan inhabited educated and effective people, not sirajulhaqs, fazal rahmans or pirs .

News Item from Arab News

400 women embraced Islam in four months

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  • The number of new Muslim women during the past four months has reached 400. (AP)
RIYADH: Zeinab bint Abdullah Al-Rajhi, undersecretary of the student study center at the Imam Mohammed bin Saud Islamic University, attended the ceremony to honor new Muslims, in Riyadh.

Mona Nasser Al-Khaledi congratulated the new Muslims on their conversion to Islam.

She noted that the number of new Muslim women during the past four months has reached 400.

Al-Rajhi highlighted the individual and collective responsibilities in spreading the word of God. She stressed the importance of immunizing new Muslims with Islamic knowledge to protect them against sedition.

Gifts were distributed among the new Muslims, outstanding students and competition winners.

The event began with the recitation of the Holy Qur’an, after which a video film on women’s administration was shown.

Lorna, a new Muslim, told the audience how she converted to Islam: “Before embracing Islam, I was a teacher at a Catholic church. Later, I decided to move to Saudi Arabia to seek a better life.

“My sponsor once asked me to clean up the library shelves. While I was busy working, I found a translation of the Holy Qur’an. I asked my sponsor if I could read it, and she welcomed the idea.

“Later, I expressed my desire to convert to Islam to my sponsor who took me to a preacher who helped me pronounce the Shahada (testimony of faith). And today I feel proud to be a Muslim.”
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