“Before I became a muslim nobody asked me about my religion. But after I converted this is what everybody wanted to talk about”.
WHY WE PUBLISHED
A change of faith is not something that comes easy. It is something that often demands dedication and sincerity and it is interesting to better understand the motivation of those who have converted to a new faith.
STEREOTYPES & PREJUDICES:
Converts are more religious than members that were born and raised in the faith. If you are looking for extremists you need to look among the converts.
FACT SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA.ORG
The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights defines religious conversion as a human right: “Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief” (Article 18). Despite this UN-declared human right, some groups forbid or restrict religious conversion.