According to rahyafte (the missionaries and converts website): date: 11/04/2016 source:en.imam-khomeini.ir/
Hall of Fame wrestler Antonio Inoki is remembered by many for his physical prowess and his legendary 1976 battle against the great Muhammad Ali. But now, years after retiring from his beloved sport, Inoki is making a new name for himself — quite literally.
Fatima’s story defeats stereotypes about Muslim women and their veil, and journalist Elisabetta hopes it will eventually encourage a serious debate about politics in Italy regarding Islamic fashion and traditions.
Many people make common mistakes on this topic, with the results that they not always realize how different the managing of an Islamic life is as a converted Muslim in contrary to somebody who is born a “Muslim”.
Egyptians were poor, suffered hardships, yet were happy. […] But in England I found people shallow, materialistic. They try to be happy but happiness is superficial. Their prayers combined songs, dances, clapping but no humility, nor intimacy with God.
We have some difficulties in terms of prayer spaces and Halal foods, however, and thankfully, Japan is becoming more accepting of diversity and they are welcoming Muslims as well. Alhamdulillah!
I meet Aisha Silvia Romano in the Via Padova area in Milan. As I am approaching her, an Egyptian lady stops her; ‘Are you Silvia?’, she asks.
I decide to remain apart. I can’t hear what they are saying, but I can see two tears descending from the lady’s eyes.
Amy Lewis is a young British Muslim. She converted to Islam after reading and talking about it online
Amanda Figueras has published a book titled ‘Why Islam: My life as a woman, European and Muslim’ that talks about her journey into Islam. (Supplied)