Islam in America


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I was just wondering if anyone had any certain veiws on the topic, I have heard some mulsims say there is no room for Islam in America, and no room for America in Islam, I just want to talk rationally about it, I can't help but feel like I am looked at like Im doing something haram for loving America and supporting my country, even if I dont totally agree 100% of the time, any other American feel the same way? fee free to say anything, positive or negitive. May Allah be with you!


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The problem that we are having in regards to this issue is that some people dont like to accept their responsibilty and their actions. They don't want to look at themselves to solve the problem but rather they want look at others and blame others for their problem. And America and Americans are the perfect nation to put their Blame to for these people. So dont worry what these people say they have noting to back themselves up with nor they have any Ullema from amoung the Major Scholars of Islam to back them up.

They are like Conspiracy Theorists. Thats why most of them will tell you that all the Media in the world is a conspiracy and they shouldn't be trusted. So don't bother yourself with these types of people they have been refuted and are being refuted.


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I was just wondering if anyone had any certain veiws on the topic, I have heard some mulsims say there is no room for Islam in America, and no room for America in Islam, I just want to talk rationally about it, I can't help but feel like I am looked at like Im doing something haram for loving America and supporting my country, even if I dont totally agree 100% of the time, any other American feel the same way? fee free to say anything, positive or negitive. May Allah be with you!


I am an America-loving Muslim.

I do not agree with all the policies and laws the government enacts, but at least I can vote leaders I don't like out of power (unlike countries with Kings/Queens/Amirs/Dictators).

I do not like seeing young girls wearing revealing, sexy clothing - but their right to wear it is countered by Muslim, Amish, Mennonite, Mormon, true Christian's right to wear conservative, covering clothing.

I do not like to see women pregnant outside of marriage, but I like that there are supports in place for these women besides prison or forced marriage (Kuwait sends unmarried pregnant women to prison for 2 years if they do not marry the father of the baby - when I went to get married, there was a pregnant lady with a man who were getting married in handcuffs because the Kuwaiti sponsor of the lady insisted she marry the guy because the Kuwaiti family still wanted her as their servant).

I DO wish the US had more executions for drug dealers and rapists/child sex offenders - I promote this idea often; I can promote it because I am free to say that I think the government is wrong.

I do not like that movies/TV/music seems to be the way that foreigners learn about America, because they are all so false as to who/what American people really are - as a matter of fact, in the early 1900s, Egyptian movies were banned in the US because they were too risque with the nearly-naked belly dancers so popular in them - who was the bad influence on who?

As an American, I can criticize my president, elected officials, and government freely; in Kuwait, it is against the law to publicly say anything negative about the Amir or any member of the Royal Family.

In America, we have access to free education for our children, even if they are illegally in the US. In Kuwait, free education is only for Kuwaiti children, although all children are required by law to attend school - so private schools are a thriving business here, many times to the detriment of actual education.

In America, you can build a mosque in a small city in the middle of farm land, and most people in the community will "stop by" to say HI and Welcome (and just be politely "nosey" about the new neighbors!), and will ask questions about Islam, providing Muslims a chance to educate them.

In America, we have some of the most advanced medical centers in the world, and the most pharmacuetical research centers; we do have to work on making all these great things more affordable for all our citizens.

In America, Americans (as a people) donate more per person to charity than any other country in the world, although our country (the government) is not the highest government. What does that mean? The average American is a very giving person, without being forced to do so.

In America, we pay lots of taxes, but not as much as most European countries or some other countries. These taxes are used for improving schools, roads/bridges, senior care, national/state/local parks & recreation centers available to everyone, medical care for the poorest members, emergency response teams, and many other things.

In America, it is easy to go to college/university and study pretty much anything you want to study - prices range from free to big $$$$, and there are many government programs to help those without money to further their education.

In America, it is easy to move from state to state to find jobs, education, spouses, natural beauty, or pretty much anything else you want to find. America is huge, and therefore stereotyping "Americans" that is done by many non-Americans is usually only ever about 10% correct, because the different major areas of America are so different from each other.

American people are Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Wiccan, Mormon, Agnostic, Atheist, and many more (Arlington National Cemetery offers over 30 religious emblem options for soldiers buried there) - you are free to choose one or none of these; you are not forced to be one or the other, nor to decline one or another. I honestly wish more people were more committed in their religious beliefs, because all major religions tend to share a common basic belief - we much be good and nice to each other.

Americans work in every walk of life - there are Americans who are doctors, lawyers, engineers, and politicians; Americans who are teachers, bus drivers, waiters/waitresses, and hair stylists; Americans who are garbage collectors, sewer cleaners, stable-muckers, and janitors; Americans who invent ideas, products, and medical advances; and everyone one of them gets the same vote and has the opportunity to do what they desire (unlike caste systems in some countries - formal or not - or gender stereotypes in others).

Is America perfect!? Oh my goodness NO NO NO! But given the alternatives around the world (and I have traveled to many places around the world), if I could choose only one country to stay in for the rest of my life, it would be America in a heart beat. Thankfully, though, I do not have to choose, because I love to travel and currently live in Kuwait and I haven't seen enough of the world yet!

Besides, how is America ever to become a Muslim country, or the world a Muslim world, if no Muslims live, work, and cooperate in non-Muslim societies? So many times, posters here say they want to live in Mecca or Medina - well, if the goal of Muslims is to have all the world be Muslim, 6 billion Muslims can't all live in Saudi Arabia, let alone 2 cities! We cannot educate and convert others if we are not being visible examples of what Islam really is.

Anyway, I hope, Erica, this response is what you were looking for when you posted your thoughts...I am sure there is someone that is going to point-by-point pull everything I said apart, so I will just say now to whomever that person is going to be, I will not post again in this thread because I am old enough to know that my opinions are not going to be swayed by the things that you say, just like I know that you are firm in your opinions and will not be swayed; so if I posted again, I would probably resort to defying that old adage, "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all." - so, I won't say anything at all if you rip me apart. Because, I am American, and I believe you have the freedom to your opinion, just like I have to mine.


Love Allah

This is not right, to solely blame fellow American for their government doing is wrong and to say that America is no place for Islam is definitely unguided. I know that your current foreign policy is no favour to Muslims countries, but hey dont u know that Islam is the fastest growing religion in America, dont u think it a good sign...i believe one day, sooner or latter muslims will take control power in America administrative, when that time come... u know what i mean....


Hubbi Li Rabbi
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I am one of the many "hyphenated" residents of this land..

*I am* strongly conflicted by its political foreign policies..the double-standards of its administrations..and the discrimination of the ignorant living amongst its masses..I do disagree with much of its culture..I have been shoved..cursed..and spit at because of my hijab..and I have been brought to tears by verbal harshness and unjust accusations...but...there's still so much good which outnumbers all the bad that's listed above or kept unexpressed

I will just share a story with you sister...

10 years ago when my family and I left our homeland..we set our eyes on nearby "Muslim lands"..we visited embassies in hopes of earning refuge..but we were turned down..many times..through *speakers* set up on walls of the building..we were talked to as if we were *pests*..and when we managed to board a ship of one of these lands and we thought *finally we will have a home*..we were *escorted off of it* by its security because we had a *nationality* put on a *black-list* by the government of that land


When we took the advice of fellow Muslims and we went to the nearest UN..within months..the U.S. put us amongst a group of people allowed refugee status...and when we arrived to New York...the first English words I heard were from the officer who stamped our passports..smiled..and said to us *Welcome Home!* (even though he stamped our *Iraqi* passport which clearly says *Muslim* behind the field of *religion* in it!)

That image will NEVER leave my is engraved in it forever..and thus it has developed a sense of gratefulness to *the good* of this land..and despite everything..I do find my Islam to fit in it..yes..things can be better..but truth be said..nobody has forbade our community from making a masjid..nobody has stopped our youth from making an MSA at the local of the local YMCAs has set special days for Muslim women to use their facilities..and the schools here pardon absences for Muslim students for school has asked a young Muslimah to take off her fact some even pardon the sisters from playing sports in which there is jumping..running..and/or physical contact between them and male classmates..and certainly..hijabi sisters work in a lot of places around town..from fast-food joints..all the way to offices!

The difficulties we face are either through the ignorant few (mentioned before) or through personal incompetence and such

I'll just conclude by saying that...I do not hate this land..nor love it (I will not lie and say I do)..but when it is judged unjustly..or when its spoken against with faulty or hasty information..or it is blamed for things which it was not a factor in..or when *all* of its people are labeled with horrendous things..I do come to the defense of it and its people..firstly because I am a Muslim and I am to side with justice..egalitarianism..and the truth at all times..and secondly because I am grateful to *the good* of this land and I cannot disregard that *at all*..those who speak ill *at all times* either have blind grudges or lack the realization that in *every* land there's *good and bad*



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I think it depends on which America you're talking about. My little town and a city like L.A are completely different in how they accept people different from themselves. Though I'm not a Muslim, this small American town that I'm in is completely ignorant and bigoted. Teachers, students, store owners, my family, my friends family, everyone. They think that I'm studying Islam to try and be "exotic" and different. We even had a group of students make a video (for the canned food drive we had when I was in high school, ironically) where they dressed up as the infamous cartoon of the Prophet (PBUH) with a bomb on his head. The only students who stood up against this were silenced with threats of punishment, and the students who made the video were awarded bonus points for that class. Small, agricultural, isolated towns I don't think will ever accept Islam unless for some reason a large population of Muslims moved there. Bigger cities may be more accepting, but I'm not so sure.


New Member
History is full of stories of people who held enmity toward a religion or a prophet but later turned around 180 degrees and became ardent supporters of them. I do not give up on anybody because I know the reach of God's mercy.

I suppose you're right. It just seems hard to believe, but if any one knows what's best, it's God.


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I think it depends on which America you're talking about. My little town and a city like L.A are completely different in how they accept people different from themselves. Though I'm not a Muslim, this small American town that I'm in is completely ignorant and bigoted. Teachers, students, store owners, my family, my friends family, everyone. They think that I'm studying Islam to try and be "exotic" and different. We even had a group of students make a video (for the canned food drive we had when I was in high school, ironically) where they dressed up as the infamous cartoon of the Prophet (PBUH) with a bomb on his head. The only students who stood up against this were silenced with threats of punishment, and the students who made the video were awarded bonus points for that class. Small, agricultural, isolated towns I don't think will ever accept Islam unless for some reason a large population of Muslims moved there. Bigger cities may be more accepting, but I'm not so sure.


I find this very interesting! I am from a small American town, and while I will say that the people are mostly ignorant about Islam (and most of the rest of the world in general), most of them are generally curious (although, it may come off as rudeness, I know the nature of the people well enough to know that they just don't know how to act). I have had friends, members of my extended family, and complete strangers ask me many questions about Islam since I have been living in Kuwait - I see it as a chance to educate people.

Personally, I think while in general, bigger cities are more accepting, but they are so impersonal that while you may have a huge Muslim population, i think you are less likely to be a true MEMBER of the "congregation". In a small town, with fewer Muslims (and many curious neighbors), I think the Muslim community is much closer-knit, and much more a part of the community at large.

Of course, that is only in my experience; we all know that every one of the 50 states have different norms, and within each state different areas/cities also have different personalities (for lack of a better word).

I myself, would never want to live in a huge city anyway. I have no desire to spend more than a week in New York City, Washington DC, Los Angeles, or other such large cities/areas (a week would allow me to hit the major attractions). I grew up in a town of about 400 people, and then moved to a home in the country between the town where my school was (1500 people) and the "big city" with 15,000 people. That's big enough for me. Living in Kuwait is nice and it is "home" because it is where I live with my husband and where I work, but my "home-home" will always be my country home.

Happy 2BA Muslim


The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Every child is born upon a natural disposition.” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim]

All people share a certain amount of knowledge regarding their relationships and dealings with others. They relate to each other in a purely natural and spontaneous way. Islam came to govern and refine this web of relationships, not to bar people from them. Islam does not seek to cut people off from each other. Indeed, the Qur’ân declares that cutting off one’s ties to others is a characteristic of people who are astray. It never declares it a mistake or a crime to uphold one’s ties with others.

Allah says: “Those who break Allah's Covenant after it is ratified, and who sunder what Allah Has ordered to be joined, and do mischief on earth: These cause loss (only) to themselves.” [Sûrah al-Baqarah: 27]

The love that one feel’s for a relative, a spouse, or a friend – or for one’s country or people – constitute part of the general, natural loyalties that a person has. This does not contradict the loyalty in faith that Muslims have regarding their religion. The first generation of Muslims used to interact with others according to what was natural and with complete liberality. Their behavior was a far cry form the strictness that some people adopted in later generations, people whose norms of behavior were an admixture of misconceptions, a blend of extremes in both harshness and negligence.

The meaning of Islamic loyalty is a faith-based loyalty by feeling affection for the believers and closeness to them. It constitutes a sense of fraternity between them, a mutual attachment, and a willingness to help each other. Without this, there would be no meaning to the concept of a Muslim community. The Muslim community exists by virtue of the ties that bind the Muslim’s hearts together with a sense of common loyalty.

Allah says: “The believers are but brethren.”

He says: “This community of yours is a single community.”

He also says: “As to those who turn in loyalty to Allah, His Messenger, and the (fellowship of) believers,- it is the party of Allah that must certainly triumph.” [Sûrah al-Mâ’idah: 56]

We should consider the ideas of support, mutual attachment, and loyalty in the conveyed by the following words of the Prophet (peace be upon him): “The believers, in their love and compassion for each other, are like a single body. When one part of the body is in pain, the whole body feels feverish and restless.” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim]

The same meanings are conveyed where the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “The believers are to each other like a building where each part of the structure supports the other parts.” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim]

This is the loyalty between the Muslims that is an essential aspect of Islamic monotheism. This loyalty is a spiritual meaning that exists in the heart, comprising love, mutual affection, and mercy. It is also a practical, vital meaning comprising support, assistance, and awareness.

The support that our loyalty requires from us is to assist our fellows in doing what is right and to prevent them from doing wrong.

This is made clear to us in the hadîth where the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Help your brother whether he is doing wrong or he has been wronged.”

His Companions asked: “We understand to help him when he is wronged, but how do we help him when he is the one doing wrong?”

The Prophet (peace be upon him) answered: “By stopping him from doing wrong.” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (2264)]

This shows us that the bond of Islamic loyalty is founded upon religious belief. It is not a bigoted loyalty. It binds people together on the basis of principles that transcend the people themselves. Whenever a person goes against these principles, the greatest way to express loyalty is to prevent that person from wrongdoing. It is never right to support that person in committing injustice.

The “disavowal” that acts as a counterbalance to this loyalty means to be sincere in one’s devotion and commitment to the tenets of Islamic belief. It does not mean to break off one’s relationships with non-Muslims or to divest one’s heart of the natural love and affection that one feels towards them. The basic ruling for dealing with others who are at peace with us is to be good and kind.

This is stated decisively in the Qur’ân: “With regard to those who do not fight you on account of your faith nor drive you out of your homes, Allah does not restrain you from dealing kindly and justly with them, for Allah loves those who are just. Allah only forbids you from turning in friendship to those who, on account of your faith, fight you and drive you out of your homes or supported others in driving you out. And whoever thereafter turns to them in loyalty, they are the ones who do wrong. [Sûrah al-Mumtahanah: 9-10]

We are told by Allah in these to show both kindness and justice to non-Muslims. Muslims are to be just and never wrong anyone. A difference in religious belief is not grounds to treat someone unjustly. Moreover, we are supposed to be kind and magnanimous.

What is essential when it comes to “disavowal” is that we do not specifically love or admire the non-Muslims for their religious beliefs. Preventing this is what the concept of disavowal is all about, since such love means to prefer another religion over Islam. This is inconceivable for a Muslims who is convinced of his faith and devoted to it.

Allah says: “You not find people who believe in Allah and the Last Day loving those who oppose Allah and His Messenger, even though they be their fathers or their sons or their brethren or their clan. As for (believing people), He has written faith upon their hearts and has strengthened them with a Spirit from Him, and He will bring them into gardens underneath which rivers flow, wherein they will abide. Allah is well pleased with them, and they are well pleased with Him. They are Allah’s party. Lo! Is it not Allah's party who are successful?” [Sûrah al-Mujâdilah: 22]

This verse is speaking about those who fight against the Muslims, who oppose Allah and His Messenger, and who attack those who are faithful. This is how various commentators on this verse explain it, including al-Tabarî and Ibn `Atiyyah.

Every verse in the Qur’ân that prohibits the Muslims from showing allegiance to non-Muslims refers to those non-Muslims who are at war with the Muslims.

For instance: “O you who believe! Choose not My enemy and your enemy for allies. Do you give them your love even though they reject the truth which has come to you and drive out the Messenger, as well as yourselves, simply because you believe in Allah, your Lord?” [Sûrah al-Mumtahanah: 1]

We should note that this verse appears in the same chapter of the Qur’ân as: “…Allah does not restrain you from dealing kindly and justly with them, for Allah loves those who are just.”

Therefore, the hatred a Muslim is supposed to have is only for the incorrect beliefs of the unbelievers, and for the injustice and enmity that some of them meet out. The disavowal is for those who lead wars and engage in violence and bloodshed against innocent Muslims. Indeed, Muslims must disavow every act of oppression against people, everything that increases the might of wrongdoers and further dispossesses those who are weak. Islam came to protect the weak and oppressed, and to restrain those who perpetrate injustice.

As for loyalty of a relative degree between Muslims and non-Muslims, like the love a Muslim feels for a non-Muslim on account of the type of person that he is, or due to kinship, or friendship, or due to his kindness, this is part of the natural loyalty that people have for each other. Islam permits this and does not in any way seek to obstruct or prevent it. Indeed, Islam commands us to attend to our parents in kindness, even if they are idolaters. Islam permits marriage with Jewish and Christian women, even though Allah describes marriage by saying: “He has placed between you love and compassion.”

Allah also tells us: “You will not guide whom you love, but Allah guides whom He pleases.” [Sûrah al-Qasas: 56]

This verse was revealed regarding the Prophet’s uncle, Abû Tâlib. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) loved Abû Tâlib very much. This love that he felt was in no way unlawful, nor was it at odds with the concept of Islamic loyalty that Islam came with and which was firmly established in the hearts and minds of the Muslims.

Ibn `Abbâs said: “If Pharaoh were to say to me: ‘May Allah bless you’ I would say ‘And you too.’ because Islam manners teaches us to respond to a salutation with one that is equal to it. And the reward of exhibiting goodness is none other than goodness.” [al-Bukhârî, al-Adab al-Mufrid – with an authentic line of transmission]

We must consider another verse of the Qur’ân: “Ah! You are those who love them, but they love you not” [Sûrah Âl `Imrân: 119]

This verse affirms that the Muslims had love for those non-Muslims. It only rebukes the Muslims for showing that love to people who did not return that love to them, but instead sought to bring upon them misfortune and humiliation. Love that is mutually felt and mutually given is not prohibited by Islam. Natural human relations are based upon goodwill, acceptance, and brotherhood. Islam came to affirm these values, which are conducive to spreading the message of Islam and by way of which the Muslims present a good example to others – rather than driving people away and cutting off any chance of conveying the message.

Let us turn our attention to the story of Abraham (peace be upon him) mentioned in verse 4 of Sûrah al-Mumtahanah:

There is for you an excellent example (to follow) in Abraham and those with him, when they said to their people: “We are clear of you and of whatever ye worship besides Allah: we have rejected you, and enmity and hatred have appeared between us and you forever until you believe in Allah alone” – But not when Abraham said to his father: “I will pray for forgiveness for you, though I have no power (to get) aught on your behalf from Allah.” (They prayed): “Our Lord! in You we trust, and to You we turn in repentance: to You is (our) final goal.”

This verse depicts a clear case of mutual enmity, where it says: “and enmity and hatred have appeared between us and you”. When Abraham (peace be upon him) first came to his idolatrous people, he did not do so with that animosity. Rather, he came to call them to Islam, to sincerity in the worship of Allah alone. However, when they declared him their enemy and turned on him in hatred, it was but natural and necessary for him to respond with feelings of enmity, to protect the sanctity and fortitude of his own beliefs.

As for Abraham (peace be upon him) praying for his father to be forgiven, we must know that Abraham did not disavow his father until after many months of his father exhibiting, with great ferocity, enmity to both him and his religion. In his perseverance in praying for his father to be forgiven, Abraham (peace be upon him) acted contrary to the normal pattern of interpersonal relationships, on account of his compassion and mercy.

Conducting ourselves with others in a spirit of clemency and natural propriety is to conduct ourselves according to the teachings of Islam, which upholds our natural loyalties to our people, our individual selves, and our countries, as well as our other natural relationships – while at the same time affirming our loyalty to our beliefs and the message of Islam. This loyalty to our faith is, in truth, complementary to our natural loyalties. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “I was only sent to perfect good moral conduct.”



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Dear neongrammarian, first of all i think that the fact that you explain the reasons why muslims are being disliked in a very not offensive way as in the highlight part and all is very thoughtful. To be honest, many of the non-muslims have mention these reasons to me.
Expecially reason number 4. They accuse that how only Islam is the only religion that uses violence all over the world. It is the only religion that most of the time has got to do with suicide bombings and so. Unfortunately, I seriously do not know how to explain to them that Islam is not got to do with these. Anyone would like to help.


Striving for Paradise
Oh my dear sister in humanity neongrammarian,

You are one of those who are unanimous in their own thinking. :lol:

I don't know what you are a Hindu or a Christian or an Atheist or whatever. But let me start by asking you this:

Do you or people like you think God will become whatever you think of him?

Meaning if a Hindu thinks that God is a Cow then God will be a Cow or if he thinks that God is a Monkey then God will become a Monkey or if he worships a Snake then God will become a Snake. Is God your slave that he become whatever you think of him ? I don't think so.

So, what do you think will happen to a Cow worshipping Hindu when it will turn-out that God was not really a Cow? What do you think God will do to him? Do you still think it is bad to warn that Hindu guy about what he is doing?

You are saying all this because you have not understood much and have not read much about Islam at all.

You are ignorant about Islam and you think illogically.

As a Muslim it is our job is to deliver the message of Islam no matter what anybody think. We are servant of Allah (SWT) and to him everybody will return.

And YES, every human child is born as a Muslim, only the people who raise that child make him/her a Hindu or a Jew etc.

Before you get excited, learn the meaning of Muslim and Islam.


Striving for Paradise
Sister neongrammarian,

If we Muslims come across as arrogant in telling the truth about God Almighty, then what we can do? We cannot start telling a lie just to please someone. We Muslims are honest and straight forward and we believe that it is more important to tell you the truth than to please you with falsehoods.

As a human being it is our duty to find our creator and worship Him, and also help and guide others so that they also could find the creator of the heavans and the earth and worship Him. And since we cannot see God in this world, therefore God has sent his messangers to inform us about the true nature of God and what is our purpose in this life, and how to worship our lord. The difference between a Philosopher and a Prophet is that a Philosopher says things based on his thoughts and best judgment, while a Prophet says things based on direct knowledge and proof.

Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) was the last messanger from Allah, and since he was the last messanger, Allah has taken the responsibility upon Himself to protect and to keep his last message (The Holy Quran) intact. And so far we see that against all odds the Quran has remain unaltered and in pure form.

And Quran is the biggest miracle which Allah has given to our Prophet Mohammad, and you can see that in the middle of nowhere, hundreds of miles away from any single Muslim, a person just read the translation of Quran and become Muslim. And this thing has happened over and over all over the world. There is no other book which can perform such a miracle.

Sister... We are here on this earth for a test. After that we will die and then finally on the Day of Judgment will be resurrected and will be presented in front of Allah, who will judge us according to our deeds. If we pass the test then we will go to the Paradise otherwise will be punished in the hellfire.

And if I came across arrogant then I am sorry, but I can't help it, because whatever I am writing here is the truth. And I can't alter the truth just to please you.

And again... Every human child born in this world, is born as a Muslim (a person who is at peace by submitting himself to the will of Allah), only that child's parents make him/her a Christian/Hindu/Jew etc.

May Allah forgive our sins and help us all.



i am an American Muslim myself , and on the contrary to what the media has been using as propaganda against Islam has turned many Americans towards Islam.

this whole planet is from Allah (swt) it does not matter where you live what matters is what you do where you live, America offers all the privillages a Human being needs to have or have a feeling of a secure life , which if you dont know whas mimiced by Thomas Jefferson who studies the Quran for 2 years before he wrote up the constituion proposal, he took all the Hazrat Omar (ra) Kaliphate Laws for supporting citizens and implemented into the now called Republic democaratic system of USA.

have you ever hear thought deep about the story of Musa (pbuh) (Moses).
when he was born where and who took care of him after his biological mother put him in a basket and left it to Allah's Will to save him (in the river).

Allah made the same Pharoah who wanted to Kill him ending up Raising him to become what he became.

it shows you Allah's Planning is far superior to anything , He Raised a Prophet in the House of the Person who Disbeleived in him .............

Islam is growing everyday in america and all over europe , fear not there is room for islam everywhere. Don't get disheartened but be more steadfast in Islam and Believe in what Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) told us and what the Quran tells us and then leave the rest to Allah's Will

inshallah ....

please watch this video ISLAMIC DEMOGRAPHICS (made by the evangelical institutions in USA).