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As Salaam MuaLaikum Mufti Saab

A non-Muslim youngster (26) whom I worked with 2 years ago contacted me yesterday requesting advice about a problem he has. In a nutshell he has met a Muslim girl and has been seeing her for the last 6 months or so. Her parents have now found out about this and are extremely upset and do not want to hear anything about this. He is also not prepared to accept Islam for her or her families sake and is a staunch Christian. I advised him to firstly open his mind to the possibility that Islam could well be the faith for him and this could well be Allah SWT allowing him a direct opportunity at finding the truth. As a starting point I advised him not to move in the direction of her displeasing her parents as this will only bring pain later on, which he accepted. It must be stated that he is a balanced decent youngster and open to advice. I advised him to speak to her and with her buy in ..keep minimal to no contact with her whilst he embark on a journey of discovery in search of the truth. I further volunteered to assist and mentor him through the process .. which is where my question comes in… how do I do this? What material do I give him to read as a very starting point? I do not want to overwhelm him and in the process drive him away. Please help?

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Asked on April 20, 2016 9:51 am
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Firstly all contact with the girl has to be immediately terminated. On our site there are booklets like ‘Why accept Islaam?’, ‘An invitation to Islaam’, ‘Islaam at a glance’ etc

Give him these books to read. If he has any queries, ask any of your local Ulema, they should surely assist. Make Duaa for his ‘Hedayat’.

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Answered on April 25, 2016 9:54 pm