If you are curious about Islam there are many websites offering a world of information, you need to take care that what you are reading is authentic. Dr Shabir Ally talks about how to discern what is trustworthy online and what is not.
The other option is to read books on Islam; the Quran and the biography of the Prophet (pbuh) is a good place to start. Dr Ally talks about specific books which he feels are good for new Muslims or those seeking the truth.
Additionally, you can approach your local Islamic Centre or mosque and you will be directed to someone who can help you.
Dr Shabir’s final words of guidance are simply beautiful and are relevant to all of us!
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