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Enaya

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    Enaya got a reaction from Ebn Tie me yeah in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salam Abdul,
    I was born and raised a Sunni. I did not choose to be one. I was born into it. Just as being born into Islam does not necessarily make one a Muslim. I taught Sunni Islamic School for two years and never really understood what I was teaching my students. I did not understand why there was so much emphasis on the Sahaba and little to none on the Ahlul-Bayt. I had always known that Rasulullah (SAW) loved his family very much. I did not understand why I wasn't teaching my students about them instead. Aside from that, I was surrounded by a community who believed that Sunni'ism was the only correct form of Islam. How is that possible? As a Sunni I did not even feel Muslim. I had so many questions and whenever I asked them I would be told "that's just how it is." I was angry and began to drift away from Islam. I stopped teaching and praying. I was angry at the ignorance my community had and the self-righteousness they possessed.
    The mosque that I taught at was lead by an Imam who would preach against Shi'as. He considered them non-Muslim. Some of my family friends also felt the same way, I even know one woman who stated that, "Shi'as are wajib-ul-qatl." I hated such terms and sermons that lashed out against Shias. Even though I was not one at the time, I still always stood up for Shias. I always supported them. I didn't like the environment I was surrounded by, and since I could not change their ignorance, I had to change myself. Sunnism was not for me.
    I started to research Shia'ism and began reading stories of Karbala, and listening to latmiyas, and reading Hadith. I read this one hadith about the birth of Imam Hussain (as); that on the day of his birth, Rasulullah (SAW) received a revelation about his beloved grandson's fate. While sobbing he stated, "Hussain-o-Minni wa Ana Minul Hussain," which translates to "Hussain is from me and I from him." This was the first time I ever cried when reading a hadith. Even the latimyas that I had put on my i-pod made me cry. I felt a pain that I had never before in my life. I was distant from din for so long and finally felt that I had found it. I had found religion. Not the Sunni ideologies that I was raised upon, but a truth that my entire heart and soul felt embraced by.
    Today, as a Shi'a I feel so much more Muslim than I ever did. I am still trying to improve myself religiously, as there is always room for improvement, but I feel as if I am on the correct path now. When I tell others that I am a Shi'a I feel so much pride. By loving the Prophet's family, I love the Prophet, and therefore I love Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì. When I tell people about my conversion tears spring to my eyes and a light resonates within my heart. I could never be more happy with the change I made.
    Now I could go on and on and on but I wanted to keep it short and simple. If you wish to know the elongated, detailed version feel free to message me personally. Sorry if my story is all jumbled up and makes no sense. I tried to include as much as possible. I would love to tell you all the entire, detailed story. I am working on creating such a post on my blog. Once it is made I shall notify those interested!
    P.S. Just to let you know, my parents is not fond me being Shi'a. They say that 18 is too young to be making such decisions. If I didn't change now, then when would I? I changed myself for the better. I know I did. My parents are hesitant because of how it will look to my city's Pakistani community. I don't care how it looks. There is nothing shameful about what I did. I found truth. I found myself.
    :lol: :wub:
    Lol I am a sister! :P But nonetheless, thank you.
  2. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Ebn Tie me yeah in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    That is great! It is very nice to meet you Qaim, and thank you for replying to my post :)
    Thank you for replying to my post and thank you for the links! I shall check them out :D
    Thank you Mr. Kamran Syed. May Allah also bless you!
    Thank you very much for replying to my post Osama. It is nice to meet you :) And Insh'Allah. I am only on the first few steps of my spiritual journey.
    Hello Dawud, wow you converted from Salafi'ism to Shi'a! That is amazing, especially due to the fact that most Salafis are not very fond of the Shi'a sect. It is an honour to meet you :)
    I am very glad to see such positive feedback on this topic. Thank you to everyone who took time to read it. And a greater thank you to those who replied. <3
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    Enaya got a reaction from Ebn Tie me yeah in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  4. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Abu Hadi in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  5. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from TheIslamHistory in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
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    Enaya got a reaction from Ruwayd in Are Ismaili muslims?   
    Yes I agree. You made a valid point there :)
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    Enaya got a reaction from aliasghark in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salam Abdul,
    I was born and raised a Sunni. I did not choose to be one. I was born into it. Just as being born into Islam does not necessarily make one a Muslim. I taught Sunni Islamic School for two years and never really understood what I was teaching my students. I did not understand why there was so much emphasis on the Sahaba and little to none on the Ahlul-Bayt. I had always known that Rasulullah (SAW) loved his family very much. I did not understand why I wasn't teaching my students about them instead. Aside from that, I was surrounded by a community who believed that Sunni'ism was the only correct form of Islam. How is that possible? As a Sunni I did not even feel Muslim. I had so many questions and whenever I asked them I would be told "that's just how it is." I was angry and began to drift away from Islam. I stopped teaching and praying. I was angry at the ignorance my community had and the self-righteousness they possessed.
    The mosque that I taught at was lead by an Imam who would preach against Shi'as. He considered them non-Muslim. Some of my family friends also felt the same way, I even know one woman who stated that, "Shi'as are wajib-ul-qatl." I hated such terms and sermons that lashed out against Shias. Even though I was not one at the time, I still always stood up for Shias. I always supported them. I didn't like the environment I was surrounded by, and since I could not change their ignorance, I had to change myself. Sunnism was not for me.
    I started to research Shia'ism and began reading stories of Karbala, and listening to latmiyas, and reading Hadith. I read this one hadith about the birth of Imam Hussain (as); that on the day of his birth, Rasulullah (SAW) received a revelation about his beloved grandson's fate. While sobbing he stated, "Hussain-o-Minni wa Ana Minul Hussain," which translates to "Hussain is from me and I from him." This was the first time I ever cried when reading a hadith. Even the latimyas that I had put on my i-pod made me cry. I felt a pain that I had never before in my life. I was distant from din for so long and finally felt that I had found it. I had found religion. Not the Sunni ideologies that I was raised upon, but a truth that my entire heart and soul felt embraced by.
    Today, as a Shi'a I feel so much more Muslim than I ever did. I am still trying to improve myself religiously, as there is always room for improvement, but I feel as if I am on the correct path now. When I tell others that I am a Shi'a I feel so much pride. By loving the Prophet's family, I love the Prophet, and therefore I love Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì. When I tell people about my conversion tears spring to my eyes and a light resonates within my heart. I could never be more happy with the change I made.
    Now I could go on and on and on but I wanted to keep it short and simple. If you wish to know the elongated, detailed version feel free to message me personally. Sorry if my story is all jumbled up and makes no sense. I tried to include as much as possible. I would love to tell you all the entire, detailed story. I am working on creating such a post on my blog. Once it is made I shall notify those interested!
    P.S. Just to let you know, my parents is not fond me being Shi'a. They say that 18 is too young to be making such decisions. If I didn't change now, then when would I? I changed myself for the better. I know I did. My parents are hesitant because of how it will look to my city's Pakistani community. I don't care how it looks. There is nothing shameful about what I did. I found truth. I found myself.
    :lol: :wub:
    Lol I am a sister! :P But nonetheless, thank you.
  8. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Inquisitor in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salam Abdul,
    I was born and raised a Sunni. I did not choose to be one. I was born into it. Just as being born into Islam does not necessarily make one a Muslim. I taught Sunni Islamic School for two years and never really understood what I was teaching my students. I did not understand why there was so much emphasis on the Sahaba and little to none on the Ahlul-Bayt. I had always known that Rasulullah (SAW) loved his family very much. I did not understand why I wasn't teaching my students about them instead. Aside from that, I was surrounded by a community who believed that Sunni'ism was the only correct form of Islam. How is that possible? As a Sunni I did not even feel Muslim. I had so many questions and whenever I asked them I would be told "that's just how it is." I was angry and began to drift away from Islam. I stopped teaching and praying. I was angry at the ignorance my community had and the self-righteousness they possessed.
    The mosque that I taught at was lead by an Imam who would preach against Shi'as. He considered them non-Muslim. Some of my family friends also felt the same way, I even know one woman who stated that, "Shi'as are wajib-ul-qatl." I hated such terms and sermons that lashed out against Shias. Even though I was not one at the time, I still always stood up for Shias. I always supported them. I didn't like the environment I was surrounded by, and since I could not change their ignorance, I had to change myself. Sunnism was not for me.
    I started to research Shia'ism and began reading stories of Karbala, and listening to latmiyas, and reading Hadith. I read this one hadith about the birth of Imam Hussain (as); that on the day of his birth, Rasulullah (SAW) received a revelation about his beloved grandson's fate. While sobbing he stated, "Hussain-o-Minni wa Ana Minul Hussain," which translates to "Hussain is from me and I from him." This was the first time I ever cried when reading a hadith. Even the latimyas that I had put on my i-pod made me cry. I felt a pain that I had never before in my life. I was distant from din for so long and finally felt that I had found it. I had found religion. Not the Sunni ideologies that I was raised upon, but a truth that my entire heart and soul felt embraced by.
    Today, as a Shi'a I feel so much more Muslim than I ever did. I am still trying to improve myself religiously, as there is always room for improvement, but I feel as if I am on the correct path now. When I tell others that I am a Shi'a I feel so much pride. By loving the Prophet's family, I love the Prophet, and therefore I love Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì. When I tell people about my conversion tears spring to my eyes and a light resonates within my heart. I could never be more happy with the change I made.
    Now I could go on and on and on but I wanted to keep it short and simple. If you wish to know the elongated, detailed version feel free to message me personally. Sorry if my story is all jumbled up and makes no sense. I tried to include as much as possible. I would love to tell you all the entire, detailed story. I am working on creating such a post on my blog. Once it is made I shall notify those interested!
    P.S. Just to let you know, my parents is not fond me being Shi'a. They say that 18 is too young to be making such decisions. If I didn't change now, then when would I? I changed myself for the better. I know I did. My parents are hesitant because of how it will look to my city's Pakistani community. I don't care how it looks. There is nothing shameful about what I did. I found truth. I found myself.
    :lol: :wub:
    Lol I am a sister! :P But nonetheless, thank you.
  9. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from md. ammar ali in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  10. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from WilayaBlood in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salam Abdul,
    I was born and raised a Sunni. I did not choose to be one. I was born into it. Just as being born into Islam does not necessarily make one a Muslim. I taught Sunni Islamic School for two years and never really understood what I was teaching my students. I did not understand why there was so much emphasis on the Sahaba and little to none on the Ahlul-Bayt. I had always known that Rasulullah (SAW) loved his family very much. I did not understand why I wasn't teaching my students about them instead. Aside from that, I was surrounded by a community who believed that Sunni'ism was the only correct form of Islam. How is that possible? As a Sunni I did not even feel Muslim. I had so many questions and whenever I asked them I would be told "that's just how it is." I was angry and began to drift away from Islam. I stopped teaching and praying. I was angry at the ignorance my community had and the self-righteousness they possessed.
    The mosque that I taught at was lead by an Imam who would preach against Shi'as. He considered them non-Muslim. Some of my family friends also felt the same way, I even know one woman who stated that, "Shi'as are wajib-ul-qatl." I hated such terms and sermons that lashed out against Shias. Even though I was not one at the time, I still always stood up for Shias. I always supported them. I didn't like the environment I was surrounded by, and since I could not change their ignorance, I had to change myself. Sunnism was not for me.
    I started to research Shia'ism and began reading stories of Karbala, and listening to latmiyas, and reading Hadith. I read this one hadith about the birth of Imam Hussain (as); that on the day of his birth, Rasulullah (SAW) received a revelation about his beloved grandson's fate. While sobbing he stated, "Hussain-o-Minni wa Ana Minul Hussain," which translates to "Hussain is from me and I from him." This was the first time I ever cried when reading a hadith. Even the latimyas that I had put on my i-pod made me cry. I felt a pain that I had never before in my life. I was distant from din for so long and finally felt that I had found it. I had found religion. Not the Sunni ideologies that I was raised upon, but a truth that my entire heart and soul felt embraced by.
    Today, as a Shi'a I feel so much more Muslim than I ever did. I am still trying to improve myself religiously, as there is always room for improvement, but I feel as if I am on the correct path now. When I tell others that I am a Shi'a I feel so much pride. By loving the Prophet's family, I love the Prophet, and therefore I love Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì. When I tell people about my conversion tears spring to my eyes and a light resonates within my heart. I could never be more happy with the change I made.
    Now I could go on and on and on but I wanted to keep it short and simple. If you wish to know the elongated, detailed version feel free to message me personally. Sorry if my story is all jumbled up and makes no sense. I tried to include as much as possible. I would love to tell you all the entire, detailed story. I am working on creating such a post on my blog. Once it is made I shall notify those interested!
    P.S. Just to let you know, my parents is not fond me being Shi'a. They say that 18 is too young to be making such decisions. If I didn't change now, then when would I? I changed myself for the better. I know I did. My parents are hesitant because of how it will look to my city's Pakistani community. I don't care how it looks. There is nothing shameful about what I did. I found truth. I found myself.
    :lol: :wub:
    Lol I am a sister! :P But nonetheless, thank you.
  11. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Gypsy in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salam Abdul,
    I was born and raised a Sunni. I did not choose to be one. I was born into it. Just as being born into Islam does not necessarily make one a Muslim. I taught Sunni Islamic School for two years and never really understood what I was teaching my students. I did not understand why there was so much emphasis on the Sahaba and little to none on the Ahlul-Bayt. I had always known that Rasulullah (SAW) loved his family very much. I did not understand why I wasn't teaching my students about them instead. Aside from that, I was surrounded by a community who believed that Sunni'ism was the only correct form of Islam. How is that possible? As a Sunni I did not even feel Muslim. I had so many questions and whenever I asked them I would be told "that's just how it is." I was angry and began to drift away from Islam. I stopped teaching and praying. I was angry at the ignorance my community had and the self-righteousness they possessed.
    The mosque that I taught at was lead by an Imam who would preach against Shi'as. He considered them non-Muslim. Some of my family friends also felt the same way, I even know one woman who stated that, "Shi'as are wajib-ul-qatl." I hated such terms and sermons that lashed out against Shias. Even though I was not one at the time, I still always stood up for Shias. I always supported them. I didn't like the environment I was surrounded by, and since I could not change their ignorance, I had to change myself. Sunnism was not for me.
    I started to research Shia'ism and began reading stories of Karbala, and listening to latmiyas, and reading Hadith. I read this one hadith about the birth of Imam Hussain (as); that on the day of his birth, Rasulullah (SAW) received a revelation about his beloved grandson's fate. While sobbing he stated, "Hussain-o-Minni wa Ana Minul Hussain," which translates to "Hussain is from me and I from him." This was the first time I ever cried when reading a hadith. Even the latimyas that I had put on my i-pod made me cry. I felt a pain that I had never before in my life. I was distant from din for so long and finally felt that I had found it. I had found religion. Not the Sunni ideologies that I was raised upon, but a truth that my entire heart and soul felt embraced by.
    Today, as a Shi'a I feel so much more Muslim than I ever did. I am still trying to improve myself religiously, as there is always room for improvement, but I feel as if I am on the correct path now. When I tell others that I am a Shi'a I feel so much pride. By loving the Prophet's family, I love the Prophet, and therefore I love Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì. When I tell people about my conversion tears spring to my eyes and a light resonates within my heart. I could never be more happy with the change I made.
    Now I could go on and on and on but I wanted to keep it short and simple. If you wish to know the elongated, detailed version feel free to message me personally. Sorry if my story is all jumbled up and makes no sense. I tried to include as much as possible. I would love to tell you all the entire, detailed story. I am working on creating such a post on my blog. Once it is made I shall notify those interested!
    P.S. Just to let you know, my parents is not fond me being Shi'a. They say that 18 is too young to be making such decisions. If I didn't change now, then when would I? I changed myself for the better. I know I did. My parents are hesitant because of how it will look to my city's Pakistani community. I don't care how it looks. There is nothing shameful about what I did. I found truth. I found myself.
    :lol: :wub:
    Lol I am a sister! :P But nonetheless, thank you.
  12. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from GreyMatter in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salam Abdul,
    I was born and raised a Sunni. I did not choose to be one. I was born into it. Just as being born into Islam does not necessarily make one a Muslim. I taught Sunni Islamic School for two years and never really understood what I was teaching my students. I did not understand why there was so much emphasis on the Sahaba and little to none on the Ahlul-Bayt. I had always known that Rasulullah (SAW) loved his family very much. I did not understand why I wasn't teaching my students about them instead. Aside from that, I was surrounded by a community who believed that Sunni'ism was the only correct form of Islam. How is that possible? As a Sunni I did not even feel Muslim. I had so many questions and whenever I asked them I would be told "that's just how it is." I was angry and began to drift away from Islam. I stopped teaching and praying. I was angry at the ignorance my community had and the self-righteousness they possessed.
    The mosque that I taught at was lead by an Imam who would preach against Shi'as. He considered them non-Muslim. Some of my family friends also felt the same way, I even know one woman who stated that, "Shi'as are wajib-ul-qatl." I hated such terms and sermons that lashed out against Shias. Even though I was not one at the time, I still always stood up for Shias. I always supported them. I didn't like the environment I was surrounded by, and since I could not change their ignorance, I had to change myself. Sunnism was not for me.
    I started to research Shia'ism and began reading stories of Karbala, and listening to latmiyas, and reading Hadith. I read this one hadith about the birth of Imam Hussain (as); that on the day of his birth, Rasulullah (SAW) received a revelation about his beloved grandson's fate. While sobbing he stated, "Hussain-o-Minni wa Ana Minul Hussain," which translates to "Hussain is from me and I from him." This was the first time I ever cried when reading a hadith. Even the latimyas that I had put on my i-pod made me cry. I felt a pain that I had never before in my life. I was distant from din for so long and finally felt that I had found it. I had found religion. Not the Sunni ideologies that I was raised upon, but a truth that my entire heart and soul felt embraced by.
    Today, as a Shi'a I feel so much more Muslim than I ever did. I am still trying to improve myself religiously, as there is always room for improvement, but I feel as if I am on the correct path now. When I tell others that I am a Shi'a I feel so much pride. By loving the Prophet's family, I love the Prophet, and therefore I love Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì. When I tell people about my conversion tears spring to my eyes and a light resonates within my heart. I could never be more happy with the change I made.
    Now I could go on and on and on but I wanted to keep it short and simple. If you wish to know the elongated, detailed version feel free to message me personally. Sorry if my story is all jumbled up and makes no sense. I tried to include as much as possible. I would love to tell you all the entire, detailed story. I am working on creating such a post on my blog. Once it is made I shall notify those interested!
    P.S. Just to let you know, my parents is not fond me being Shi'a. They say that 18 is too young to be making such decisions. If I didn't change now, then when would I? I changed myself for the better. I know I did. My parents are hesitant because of how it will look to my city's Pakistani community. I don't care how it looks. There is nothing shameful about what I did. I found truth. I found myself.
    :lol: :wub:
    Lol I am a sister! :P But nonetheless, thank you.
  13. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Aabiss_Shakari in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  14. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Ali Musaaa :) in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  15. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Sapphire in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  16. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Noah- in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  17. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from ThE-Samz in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  18. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Kamranistan in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    That is great! It is very nice to meet you Qaim, and thank you for replying to my post :)
    Thank you for replying to my post and thank you for the links! I shall check them out :D
    Thank you Mr. Kamran Syed. May Allah also bless you!
    Thank you very much for replying to my post Osama. It is nice to meet you :) And Insh'Allah. I am only on the first few steps of my spiritual journey.
    Hello Dawud, wow you converted from Salafi'ism to Shi'a! That is amazing, especially due to the fact that most Salafis are not very fond of the Shi'a sect. It is an honour to meet you :)
    I am very glad to see such positive feedback on this topic. Thank you to everyone who took time to read it. And a greater thank you to those who replied. <3
  19. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Rasul in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  20. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Zulfiqar-e-Ali in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  21. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from GreyMatter in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  22. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from adnan121 in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  23. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from AllahAkbar in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  24. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Ethics in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
  25. Like
    Enaya got a reaction from Gotham in Sunni - Shi'a Converts   
    Salaam Everyone,
    I am a recent convert into the Shi'a sect from the Sunni sect.
    I was just wondering if there are others like me on this website.
    If so, do contact me :) I would love to get to know you, and perhaps
    share our "finding of truth" tales!
    Love Enaya
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