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Why Do Non-Muslims Convert To Islam?


The answer can be summed up in one word: deception. Islam calls it “taqiyya” …

Matthew 7:15, “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.”

2 Thessalonians 2:9-10, “The coming of the [lawless one] is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders, and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved.”

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According To Biblical Scripture, This Is The “Prophet” Of Islam

Dr. Mordechai Kedar, INN – “One of the things that worries the West is the fact that hundreds and maybe even thousands of young Europeans are converting to Islam, and some of them are joining terror groups and ISIS and returning to promote Jihad against the society in which they were born, raised and educated. The security problem posed by these young people is a serious one, because if they hide their cultural identity, it is extremely difficult for Western security forces to identify them and their evil intentions. This article will attempt to clarify the reasons that impel these young people to convert to Islam and join terrorist organizations.

The sources for this article are recordings made by the converts themselves, and the words they used, written here, are for the most part unedited direct quotations.

Many of the converts are convinced that Islam is a religion of peace, love, affection and friendship, based on the generous hospitality and warm welcome they receive from the Moslem friends in their new social milieu. In many instances, a young person born into an individualistic, cold and alienating society finds that Muslim society provides  – at college, university or  community center – a warm embrace, a good word, encouragement and help, things that are lacking in the society from which he stems. The phenomenon is most striking in the case of those who grew up in dysfunctional families or divorced homes, whose parents are alcoholics, drug addicts, violent and abusive, or parents who take advantage of their offspring and did not give their children a suitable emotional framework and model for building a normative, productive life.

The convert sees his step as a mature one based on the right of an individual to determine his own religious and cultural identity, even if the family and society he is abandoning disagree. Sometimes converting to Islam is a form of parental rebellion. Often, the convert is spurned by his family and surrounding society for his decision, but the hostility felt towards Islam by his former environment actually results in his having more confidence in the need for his conversion. Anything said against conversion to Islam is interpreted as unjustified racism and baseless Islamophobia.

The Islamic convert is told by Muslims that Islam respects the prophets of its mother religions, Judaism and Christianity, is in favor of faith in He Who dwells on High, believes in the Day of Judgment, in reward and punishment, good deeds and avoiding evil. He is convinced that Islam is a legitimate religion as valid as Judaism and Christianity, so if his parents are Jewish or Christian, why can’t he become Muslim? He sees a good many positive and productive Muslims who benefit their society and its economy, who have integrated into the environment in which he was raised, so why not emulate them? Most Muslims are not terrorists, so neither he nor anyone should find his joining them in the least problematic.

Converts to Islam report that …” Read more.

Hadith, Al Bukhari 4.268, “Allah’s Prophet [Mohammed] said, ‘War is deceit.’”

Recommended: The First Horseman Of The Apocalypse: Conquest Through Deception And The ‘Crowning’ Of Mohammed – “In the Islamic world, Mohammed is regarded as ‘the greatest of all the prophets and messengers of God and the crown of all creation’ … if the man has the prerogative of inflicting capital punishment [like Mohammed] – He is a King’ … Mohammed’s religion borrows bits and pieces from Christianity (in both the Old Testament and New Testament) but then twists and corrupts its Truth… Mohammed’s teachings, replete with the spirit of Antichrist (1 John 4:3), denied Christ as God in the flesh. They denied Christ’s death on the cross. They denied the Triunity of One God, much like Mormonism and Jehovah’s Witnesses. Mohammed claimed to come in the name of the God of Abraham to the Jews and in the name of Christ to the Christians, but his teachings deceived everyone who followed him then and deceives everyone following him to this very day.” Read more.

  1. 02/15/2015 at 4:32 PM

    Of course, this is the long and short of it! Disgruntled, unhappy people always choose an alternative lifestyle, even when it’s wrong, because they think, ‘anything is better than what I’ve already got’! It’s the God-shaped vacuum that is within all of us, which Satan uses to deceive the naive ones who have chosen to reject the God of the Bible.

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  2. jitskesez
    02/17/2015 at 11:04 AM

    Reblogged this on Voice in the Desert and commented:
    It’s up to the Christians to push the truth, both about whom to believe in and about the false Mohammed, but, instead the Pope and most Protestant leaders invite Imams in for services, including in the National Cathedral. This is a betrayal to all the persecuted and slaughtered Christians under Islam, and worse, to Jesus Christ Himself, who is denied when the Pope agrees with Imams that Allah is God. Shame on the Christian denominations for helping Islam deceive millions including Christians. God did not spare the angels who sinned and He will not spare them, see 2Pet. 2 and the epistle of Jude.

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