Journey to Islam
The movie Le Grand Voyage, is written by Ismail Farroukhi and depicts some of the true meanings of Islam.
I beheld the mosque on Arafah—Masjid Namirah—through the early morning mist. Thousands on foot, in buses and cars heading in the same direction. With purposeful movements men and machine moved towards Arafah.
Islam is international in its outlook and approach. It does not admit barriers and distinctions based on color, clan, blood or territory
My brief encounter with Islam, both in a college class and my visit to a mosque, planted a seed that would grow for the next ten years
I always strived to be someone else, until I found myself through my discovery and acceptance of the faith in One God
I was determined to read the Qur’an in Arabic with the help of a good translation. When I read the Qur’an, Islam’s holiest book, I thought it was beautiful, so scientific, so compassionate, so feminist!
My Journey started when I desired to have a relationship with my creator. I wanted to find my spirituality, and not the one I was born with
After twenty-five years as a writer in America, I wanted something to soften my cynicism. I was searching for new terms by which to see. The way one is raised establishes certain needs in this department. From a pluralist background, I naturally placed great stress on the matters of racism and freedom. Then, in my
The journey of a religious Christian who accepted Islam after a strict devotion to the doctrines of Christianity.
The story of a young Canadian man who discovered Islam and reverted along with other students in the boarding school