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Why many muslims don't convert out

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Submitted by rkooiker (South Africa), Aug 20, 2015 at 03:17

In a free world there is nothing that compels you to believe a certain way if you don't. However if something is good for you why change. It's like running or playing sport. If you like it why stop doing it. For most people true Islam provides the fulfilment of complete life. One where you care about others, your neighbour, your family , your elders, your brothers and sisters, the poor and destitute and those suffering.

You subscribe to a way of life that takes into account that other people are influenced by your actions namely they are hurt or encouraged, feel happy or sad and that you can bring join. We are lead by a role model, our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who lived like this and a God who cannot be compared and gives us everything we need to live a fulfilled life. Why would we want to leave?

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