Analytical Study of the Reasons for Conversion to Islam by New Muslims in the Modern Era and the Impact on Their Own Societies دور جدید میں نو مسلموں کے قبول اسلام کی وجوہات اور ان کے قبول اسلام کا ان کے اپنے معاشرے پر اثرات کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ

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Muhammad Aslam Rabbani
Wajid Irshad


This research article delves into the multifaceted reasons behind the conversion to Islam by individuals in the modern era and examines the profound impacts of these conversions on their respective societies. The study is segmented into three key areas of focus: Female Converts: This section investigates the reasons why women choose to convert to Islam and explores the subsequent changes in their personal, social, and community lives. It assesses the influence of Islamic teachings and community support on their empowerment and identity formation, as well as the challenges they face during and after their conversion. Religious Figures: The study analyzes the societal impacts when religious leaders or influential figures from other faiths convert to Islam. It looks into the motivations behind their conversion, the reactions from their previous religious communities, and the broader implications for interfaith dialogue and religious dynamics within their societies. Political Figures:This segment explores the consequences of political figures embracing Islam. It examines the political, social, and cultural ramifications of such conversions, including changes in public policy, shifts in political alliances, and the influence on public perception and media portrayal of Islam. By providing a comprehensive analysis across these dimensions, the research aims to offer a nuanced understanding of how conversions to Islam are reshaping social structures, cultural narratives, and individual lives in contemporary societies. The findings contribute to the broader discourse on religious conversion, identity, and societal transformation in the modern world.

Keywords: Conversion to Islam, modern era, female converts, societal impact, religious and political figures.

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