Whilst stocks last we have available free gift packs for New Muslims in the United Kingdom consisting of 'The New Muslim Guide' & My Prayer Projects 'How To Perform Salaah Book and DvD'.
who are born into Islam have the benefit of having a foundation with
their parents and family. The Qur’an is on their bookshelf, Arabic words
are mixed into conversation without needing definition, and there is an
environment of tradition that provides a reference point for looking at
the world. A Revert is experiencing the total opposite. He or she
doesn’t have any sort of religious connection with their family anymore,
and there is sometimes backlash from parents and extended family about
the decision to become a Muslim.
if there’s no significant backlash, there are usually no blood
relatives to talk to about Islam, no one to clarify things, and usually
no family support to be offered in the entire process. All of these
things can cause an immense amount of stress and disillusionment. It’s
common for Reverts to have moments of breakdown where they feel like
nobody is on their side. Reverts need support from individuals in their
community to feel empowered as Muslims. This doesn’t require a full-time
therapist, but just people to make them feel at home.
a Revert tells his friends that he or she just became Muslim, they
receive a wide range of reactions. Even if their friends are supportive,
they will still be really puzzled and they will ask a million questions
that most born Muslims would have trouble answering.Their friends might
stick around for a while, but chances are their habits are not always
what a New Muslim wants to be around. After they deny a few invitations
to go to parties, their freinds might stop calling all together. Friends
who seem to have abandoned you can cause a lot of depression and
loneliness, and it will always take a while to replace a decent group of
friends with a good group of Muslim friends.
found the most beneficial advice on how to best help reverts came from
actually asking previous reverts themselves. An unheard of notion, we
know, but it really did help us in gathering the best resources and tips
for reaching out to reverts.
we are actively engaged in helping New Muslims to the best of our
abilities and with your help will, Insha'Allah (God Willing) continue to
a brother who I met for a coffee was extremely pleased with his copy of
The New Muslim Guide, he told me "this is very informative and answers
so many question that I have on certain topics such as Fasting, Eid,
Hajj, Salaah and daily muslim life."
problem he has found amongst some muslims is that they will tell him
don't do this or don't do that but wont be able to explain why! which is
where informative books such as this should really be of benefit to
exquisitely illustrated guides presents New Muslims with the first
steps and the foundation stage in learning about this great religion,
which is undoubtedly the best blessing Allah has bestowed upon man. They
provide New Muslims with guidelines in most aspects of life that they
may encounter and responds to their urgent queries and thus gives them
ample support to deal with people around them and successfully deal with
the various situations in which they are most likely to find themselves
Presented in a straightforward style, these guides also provides them
with documented information from The Qur'an and the sunnah of the
Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).
So If you are a New Muslim living in The United Kingdom and would like a gift pack then please do get in touch.
also have permission and the templates to reprint the Prayer Booklets
and DvD's from my Prayer Project, so if you would like to help in
reprinting then please get in touch.
“Who will loan Allah a beautiful loan so He may multiply it for him many times?” [Sûrah al-Baqarah: 245]