‘I am sorry, O Prophet…’







Former Dutch Islamophobe and a former leading member of far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders’ party Arnoud Van Doorn visited the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah to pray and say sorry for becoming part of a blasphemous film.

Doorn was among the Freedom Party leaders who produced the blasphemous film, Fitna. Last month he reverted to Islam after an extensive study about the religion and the Prophet (peace be upon him).

He said that the worldwide outrage against the film made him study about the Prophet (pbuh) and that eventually led to his conversion.

He headed for Makkah to perform Umrah after meeting the two imams of the Prophet’s Mosque, Sheikh Ali Al-Hudaifi and Sheikh Salah Al-Badar, who enlightened him on how to lead the life of a good Muslim and confront challenges facing Islam in the West.

A member of the Dutch parliament and The Hague City Council, Doorn announced his decision to accept Islam on his Twitter profile. He also posted a tweet in Arabic declaring that “there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his Prophet.

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2 replies to “‘I am sorry, O Prophet…’

  1. So one more KAFIR enters the realm of Islam, but you never know how much IMAAN he really has in his heart. The current confusion in Muslim communities is due to conversions, the authenticity of which is beyond recognition.

    1. @AKT, since the very birth of humankind, no physical tool has been devised to establish how much IMAAN one has. Physics and Metaphysics are two separate, distinct and opposite dimensions. It would be a sheer folly to subject metaphysical things to physical things.
      Agar Hota Woh Majzoob-e-Farangi Iss Zamane Mein
      To Iqbal Uss Ko Samjhata Maqam-e-Kibriya Kya Hai

      Only if that Majzoob of the West were living in these times,
      Iqbal would have explained to him the depth, the infinity of ‘I am.’

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