The late American president Richard Milhous Nixon has a counselor named Robert Dickson Crane

The late American president Richard Milhous Nixon has a counselor named Robert Dickson Crane...*
He holds a doctorate in public law.
Then a doctorate in international law,
Then he became president of the Harvard Society of International Law,
Adviser to President Nixon on Foreign Affairs, Deputy Director of the US National Security Council,
He is considered one of the leading political experts in America.
and founder of the Center for Civilization and Renewal in America,
He is fluent in six living languages.

One day, US President Nixon wanted to read about (Islam), so he asked the American intelligence to prepare research for him on that subject, and indeed they carried out his orders, but their research was a bit long...
He asked his advisor, Robert Crane, to read the research and summarize it for him.
Indeed, Robert read the research and then went to attend Islamic seminars and lectures to learn more about the subject...
And it was only days until the news of (Robert Crane) Islam resounded throughout the entire United States of America..!

He called himself Farouk Abdel Haq...
He says about the reason for his conversion to Islam: As a student of law, I found in Islam all the laws that I studied...
Even during my study at Harvard University for 3 years, I did not find in their laws the word "justice" even once ...

I found this word in Islam a lot...❗

He embraced Islam in 1981 and named himself (Farouq) after the name of Farouk Omar, may God be pleased with him and please him, who was the Imam of Justice after the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him...

- He says:
We were in a legal dialogue, and one of the Jewish law professors was with us, so he started talking and then started to delve into Islam and Muslims, so I wanted to silence him, so I asked him: Do you know the size of the inheritance law in the American Constitution..?
He said: Yes, more than eight volumes.
- so I told him:
If I came to you with a law on inheritance in no more than ten lines, would you believe that Islam is true religion?
- He said:
This can't be.
So I came to him with verses of inheritance from the Noble Qur’an and presented them to him, and he came to me after several days and said to me: A human mind cannot count all kinship relations with this comprehensiveness that does not forget anyone and then distributes the inheritance to them with this justice that does not oppress anyone ... Then this Jewish man became Muslim ..!

Dr. Robert Dickson Crane (Farouk),*Died 12th Dec 2021, 92years old.

Read it to know that Islam is the greatest law on earth.
Oh God, honor us with Islam
May God’s peace and blessings be upon our master Muhammad and his family and companions, may God bless him and grant him peace






1 Believe It or Not: You were Born Muslim!

Studies conducted in the West show that the sheer number of new Muslims is changing the demographic profile of countries all over the world, and not all of them are born into Muslim families. With some 6 million adherents in the United States, Islam is said to be the nation’s fastest-growing religion. One expert estimates that 25,000 people a year become Muslims in this country; some clerics say they have seen conversion rates quadruple since Sept 11.

Ironically for a religion that is routinely bashed for “subjugating” and “oppressing” its female followers, the number of female reverts to Islaam outnumber the males 4:1!

2 How To Become Muslim

Some people have a wrong notion that entering into the Islamic fold requires an announcement from the concerned person in the presence of high ranking scholars or shaikhs or reporting this act to courts of justice or other authorities. It is also thought that the act of accepting Islam, should, as a condition, have a certificate issued by the authorities, as evidence to that effect.

3 How I Came to Islam - The only Hijab in a Norwegian Village

It was when I first turned 18 (in June 2010) that I started reflecting on essential questions. Every day for a whole week (summer vacation had just begun) I went down by the river or some other nice place by myself, with a pen and some paper. I thought a lot about life, why I was created, God, what my future would bring, and what I would teach my kids if I were to get married and have children.

4 Sara Bokker (Actress and Model, USA): Being a Muslim, Like I Freedom from slavery shackles

Today, Hijab is the new symbol of woman's liberation to find who she is, what her purpose is, and the type of relation she chooses to have with her Creator.

To women who surrender to the ugly stereotype against the Islamic modesty of Hijab, I say: You don't know what you are missing.

5 Experiences of a Recently Converted Hindu Woman

Outwardly, women were seen to be given equal rights in education, work, and so forth, but in reality women were still oppressed in a different, more subtle way. When I went with my friends to those places they hung out at, I found everybody interested to talk to me and I thought that was normal. But it was only later that I realised how naive I was, and recognised what these people were really looking for. I soon began to feel uncomfortable, as if I was not myself: I had to dress in a certain way so that people would like me, and had to talk in a certain way to please them. I soon found that I was feeling more and more uncomfortable, less and less myself, yet I could not get out. Everybody was saying they were enjoying themselves, but I don't call this enjoying.

6 How I (and my Husband) came to embrace Islam