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    How to Convert to Islam and Become a Muslim

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    How to Convert to Islam and Become a Muslim

    Message  hanan le Dim Aoû 22, 2010 3:34 pm


    How to Convert to Islam and Become a Muslim













    The
    word “Muslim” means one who submits to the will of God, regardless of
    their race, nationality or ethnic background. Becoming a Muslim is a
    simple and easy process that requires no pre-requisites. One may
    convert alone in privacy, or he/she may do so in the presence of others.

    If
    anyone has a real desire to be a Muslim and has full conviction and
    strong belief that Islam is the true religion of God, then, all one
    needs to do is pronounce the “Shahada”, the testimony of faith, without
    further delay. The “Shahada” is the first and most important of the
    five pillars of Islam.

    With the pronunciation of this testimony, or “Shahada”, with sincere belief and conviction, one enters the fold of Islam.

    Upon
    entering the fold of Islam purely for the Pleasure of God, all of one’s
    previous sins are forgiven, and one starts a new life of piety and
    righteousness. The Prophet said to a person who had placed the
    condition upon the Prophet in accepting Islam that God would forgive
    his sins:

    “Do you not know that accepting Islam destroys all sins which come before it?” (Saheeh Muslim)

    When
    one accepts Islam, they in essence repent from the ways and beliefs of
    their previous life. One need not to be overburdened by sins committed
    before their acceptance. The person’s record is clean, and it is as if
    he was just born from his mother’s womb. One should try as much as
    possible to keep his records clean and strive to do as many good deeds
    as possible.

    The Holy Quran and Hadeeth (prophetic sayings) both stress the importance of following Islam. God states:

    “...The only religion in the sight of God is Islam...” (Quran 3:19)

    In another verse of the Holy Quran, God states:

    “If
    anyone desires a religion other than Islam, never will it be accepted
    of him; and in the Hereafter, he will be in the ranks of those who have
    lost (their selves in the Hellfire).” (Quran 3:85)

    In another saying, Muhammad, the Prophet of God, said:

    “Whoever
    testifies that there in none worthy of being worshipped but God, Who
    has no partner, and that Muhammad is His slave and Prophet, and that
    Jesus is the Slave of God, His Prophet, and His word][1] which
    He bestowed in Mary and a spirit created from Him; and that Paradise
    (Heaven) is true, and that the Hellfire is true, God will eventually
    admit him into Paradise, according to his deeds.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)

    The Prophet of God, may God praise him, also reported:

    “Indeed
    God has forbidden to reside eternally in Hell the person who says: “I
    testify that none has the right to worship except Allah (God),’ seeking
    thereby the Face of God.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)
    The Declaration of the Testimony (Shahada)



    To
    convert to Islam and become a Muslim a person needs to pronounce the
    below testimony with conviction and understanding its meaning:

    I testify “La ilah illa Allah, Muhammad rasoolu Allah.”

    The translation of which is:

    “I testify that there is no true god (deity) but God (Allah), and that Muhammad is a Messenger (Prophet) of God.”

    To hear it click here or click on “Live Help” above for assistance by chat.

    When
    someone pronounces the testimony with conviction, then he/she have
    become a Muslim. It can be done alone, but it is much better to be
    done with an adviser through the “Live Help” at top, so he may help you
    in pronouncing it right.

    The
    first part of the testimony consists of the most important truth that
    God revealed to mankind: that there is nothing divine or worthy of
    being worshipped except for Almighty God. God states in the Holy Quran:

    “We
    did not send the Messenger before you without revealing to him: ‘none
    has the right to be worshipped except I, therefore worship Me.’” (Quran
    21:25)

    This
    conveys that all forms of worship, whether it be praying, fasting,
    invoking, seeking refuge in, and offering an animal as sacrifice, must
    be directed to God and to God alone. Directing any form of worship to
    other than God (whether it be an angel, a messenger, Jesus, Muhammad, a
    saint, an idol, the sun, the moon, a tree) is seen as a contradiction
    to the fundamental message of Islam, and it is an unforgivable sin
    unless it is repented from before one dies. All forms of worship must
    be directed to God only.

    Worship
    means the performance of deeds and sayings that please God, things
    which He commanded or encouraged to be performed, either by direct
    textual proof or by analogy. Thus, worship is not restricted to the
    implementation of the five pillars of Islam, but also includes every
    aspect of life. Providing food for one’s family, and saying something
    pleasant to cheer a person up are also considered acts of worship, if
    such is done with the intention of pleasing God. This means that, to be
    accepted, all acts of worship must be carried out sincerely for the
    Sake of God alone.

    The
    second part of the testimony means that Prophet Muhammad is the servant
    and chosen messenger of God. This implies that one obeys and follows
    the commands of the Prophet. One must believe in what he has said,
    practice his teachings and avoid what he has forbidden. One must
    therefore worship God only according to his teaching alone, for all the
    teachings of the Prophet were in fact revelations and inspirations
    conveyed to him by God.

    One
    must try to mold their lives and character and emulate the Prophet, as
    he was a living example for humans to follow. God says:

    “And indeed you are upon a high standard of moral character.” (Quran 68:4)

    God also said:

    “And
    in deed you have a good and upright example in the Messenger of God,
    for those who hope in the meeting of God and the Hereafter, and
    mentions God much.” (Quran 33:21)

    He
    was sent in order to practically implement the Quran, in his saying,
    deeds, legislation as well as all other facets of life. Aisha, the wife
    of the Prophet, when asked about the character of the Prophet, replied:

    “His character was that of the Quran.” (As-Suyooti)

    To truly adhere to the second part of the Shahada is to follow his example in all walks of life. God says:

    “Say (O Muhammad to mankind): ‘If you (really) love God, then follow me.’” (Quran 3:31)

    It also means that Muhammad is the Final Prophet and Messenger of God, and that no (true) Prophet can come after him.

    “Muhammad
    is not the father of any man among you but he is the Messenger of God
    and the last (end) of the Prophets and God is Ever All-Aware of
    everything.” (Quran 33:40)

    All
    who claim to be prophets or receive revelation after Muhammad are
    imposters, and to acknowledge them would be tantamount to disbelief.

    We welcome you to Islam, congratulate you for your decision, and will try to help you in any way we can.

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