13 thoughts on “Exploring Prejudice

  1. I can’t imagine how hard she faced her life in the past! I’m always proud of Muslim converts who have strong faith in their new religion. I can share my feeling as woman who was born as Muslima, when I was young I couldn’t feel the beautiful of hijab, because I know Islam as the religion of my big family and my community. Started from my university, I got the knowledge that Islam and its precept is indeed beautiful, but practicing it sometimes isn’t easy for me. So that, I’m really proud of you my sisters in Islam, you have faced hard in your journey to Islam but you could pass all the hardships nicely. Only dua n support to all of you, may Allah make your journey to this beautiful Islam easy always. Allah with you, my sisters! let’s spread Islam to all over the world peacefully and beautifully! ❤

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  2. When you said if people who hate Muslims come to your blog? Remember Allah (SWT) ( الله سُبْحَانَهُ وتَعَالَى) does everything for a reason. If someone does come to your blog to vent, per Islam, you got sawabs (good deed) because you helped that person and In Sha’Allah ( إن شاء الله) if Allah (SWT) ( الله سُبْحَانَهُ وتَعَالَى) wills, that individuals point will change with time. You never know, but all we could do as Muslims and Muslimahs, is try our best to educate (dawah) and have sabr (patience). May Allah (SWT) ( الله سُبْحَانَهُ وتَعَالَى) help the whole Ummah and guide is to the right path. Aameen.

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    1. Ameen! You are absolutely right, dear. We must keep on trying to build bridges, and trust in Allah to take care of the situation. May Allah bless you for the reminder.

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  3. I agree, Eva! Sometimes Allah tests us and if we have iman we can pass easily. But just to be clear, Amy is not a convert to Islam. Amazingly she is a Jewish woman who wanted to experience what Muslim women go through. And she did so with a beautfiul patience, bravery, and in solidarity with all women of faith. May Allah grant her the best of this life and the next.

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    1. Haha I was wrong about her, but I hope my “wrongness” will become true. Allah knows the best for her. I read “the different faith” n “a Jewish woman” but I thought she was like you. Just one step for her, “hidayah from Allah!” I admire with her work. There were many stories about people who did like Ami did, n finally fell in love to Islam n became Muslims.

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      1. Yep, they do. There has been a rash of killings, in which liberal bloggers have been killed. Most of them were expressing their atheist worldview, but were brutally hacked to death for doing so. Now, being a muslim, I don’t agree with their opinions , but you didn’t have to kill them for God’s sake.

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      2. That is shameful. Truly horrifying. Here in the US, we have had a lot of problems with people burning down Masajid and attacking Muslims. Not everyone is as amazing as Amy.

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