Do you want to convert to Islam? A chance to a new peaceful & blessed life

In the Name of Allah, most Compassionate, most Merciful

1. Say (O Muhammad  ): “He is Allâh, (the) One.
2. “Allâh-us-Samad (The Self-Sufficient Master, Whom all creatures need, He neither eats nor drinks).
3. “He begets not, nor was He begotten;
4. “And there is none co-equal or comparable unto Him.”
(Quran Surah Al-Ikhlaas)


Islam is a pure monotheistic religion. It  is a religion that teaches us the importance of believing in One Creator of the whole world and the importance of worshipping Him alone.

Based on the fact that God is the creator of all, it is normal that we worship Him alone. We call God Allah, because it is His name. God has 99 beautiful names

Ar Rahman – the most merciful

Al Wadud – the most affectionate one

Al Qudus – the Pure

As Salaam – the Possessor of Peace; Peace

Al ‘Adl – the Just


The 99 names of God [His attributes] are the essence of human reality. What do we understand by this? It means that human beings are always in need of Allah while Allah does not need anyone and is not dependent upon anyone. We need the mercy of Allah [Allah is Ar Rahman]. We need Allah’s love and affection [Allah Al Wadud]. When we are needy, we call Ya Mughnee [O Allah you who are the Rich]

It is an injustice to say we love Allah and yet when we offer our love to human beings, to saints, to idols etc as if they were God. We always have to put Allah on top of everything and everyone. Allah is special because HE is the Sole Creator and the the Sole Sustainer.

While we know that idols cannot hear, cannot listen and cannot answer our prayers…why do we continue to worship things that do not profit us? why do we not pray directly the Creator of all?

Have you pondered why you have so many problems in your life? have you asked yourself if what you are doing is right or wrong? Are you sure that your ancestors were practising the right religion?

Well, it is up to you to ponder upon these issues. By doing this excercise you are giving yourself a chance to reflect, to think, to ponder, to move forward towards your happiness and your ultimate goal – DEATH which is inevitable.

All of you who have decided to come back to your natural state – Al Islam, please do not hesitate to contact me

Sister Ammaara



First step

If a person wants to accept Islam, the first thing he or she does is to recite the shahadah. the shahadah is the proclamation of faith which is divided into two parts:
1) I declare that there is no god, there is only Allah
2) I declare that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah

After acknowledging these two parts, he or she becomes a Muslim.

Second step:

To pray five times daily. Praying five times daily is an obligation upon all Muslims who have reached the age of puberty.

The exact word is Salah – Salah means to converse with Allah. Each individual is summoned to converse with Allah at five different times within a day. This exchange between the servant and the Master is a powerful moment and it requires concentration. Because when you concentrate you are conscious of what you are doing. Thus salah brings consciousness to your mind, it develops vital skills such as memory building, discipline of the mind, soul and body; it empowers the brain to think and focus on its main objective: ALLAH.


Note: When a person embraces Islam, it is important that he/she is guided by a Muslim who has knowledge because alone, he/she will not be able to follow Islam and practise it. As a matter of fact, with time, he/she will get bored/confused/ feel lonely and tired. Shaytan will take the opportunity to take him/her out of Islam again.
Beware of it – Sister Ammaara Uddeen


Why the hijab?

It is a way to connect with Allah, to give you an identity, to keep you away from the stereotypes that women are objects, sexual objects, marketable commodities….

Women have equal rights as men and by covering themselves, they say ‘no’ to any form of abuses.

Wearing hijab has to be done in a respectful way, the body must be covered properly so that it gives a sense of purity to the person wearing it. Any form of indecency, showing off is an offence to the hijab because Allah does not command us to wear the hijab with the purpose of showing off !!!


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