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  • Chinese Muslim: Almost left Islam After First Reading of the Qur'aan

    Assalaamu alaikum warahmatullah.

    Alhamdulillah, a short, insightful video by a young Chinese brother. Very articulate and thoughtful, relates his experiences with the Qur'an...


    ​​NOTE: Please kindly avoid 'liking' my posts. Thank you! (Jazaa'akumullah khair)

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    Wa alaykum as-salam wa rahmatullah

    Ma sha Allah, great brother.

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      Originally posted by Abu Abdur_Rahman View Post
      Wa alaykum as-salam wa rahmatullah

      Ma sha Allah, great brother.
      Alhamdulillah. I saw a couple of his other videos also and one was a discussion with a middle aged Chinese lady which ended in her taking shahadah. Probably one of the most serene reversions I've seen. The lady seemed in a very contemplative mood already.

      I hope he doesn't get carried away with the fame and that he's able to remain grounded... Apparently only been posting videos for a short time and has a lot of subscribers... Some of the comments make you worry. All that adulation from people can't be easy to deal with.
      Last edited by Fakhri-bin-Ali; 09-01-20, 12:41 AM.
      ​​NOTE: Please kindly avoid 'liking' my posts. Thank you! (Jazaa'akumullah khair)

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        ^I know an English convert brother who had a big following on facebook, loads of fans. Almost all of his posts would end up with over a hundred comments from various people. Eventually he told me he was afraid of riya and took a step back from it, closed the account and opened a new one with only a few close friends and family and tries to keep a low profile. In a way I thought it was a shame he took a step back because he made some profound posts and had a way of getting through to people in a polite but uncompromising way, but for the sake of his own deen I guess it was for the best.
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          Originally posted by Fakhri-bin-Ali View Post

          Alhamdulillah. I saw a couple of his other videos also and one was a discussion with a middle aged Chinese lady which ended in her taking shahadah. Probably one of the most serene reversions I've seen. The lady seemed in a very contemplative mood already.

          I hope he doesn't get carried away with the fame and that he's able to remain grounded... Apparently only been posting videos for a short time and has a lot of subscribers... Some of the comments make you worry. All that adulation from people can't be easy to deal with.
          Subhan Allah.

          I was about to say, when watching his video, I can see the noor coming from him - the type you get when you first become fully practicing.

          The hardest part is to stay grounded and still to one's beliefs and to not compromise.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by neelu View Post
            ^I know an English convert brother who had a big following on facebook, loads of fans. Almost all of his posts would end up with over a hundred comments from various people. Eventually he told me he was afraid of riya and took a step back from it, closed the account and opened a new one with only a few close friends and family and tries to keep a low profile. In a way I thought it was a shame he took a step back because he made some profound posts and had a way of getting through to people in a polite but uncompromising way, but for the sake of his own deen I guess it was for the best.
            Why don't you quote the brother instead of the ^?

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