Vandalne is a Dutch engineer
Vandalni. M. Hadikam was born in 1950 AD to a self-made father and a religious mother. The man built himself on his own until he became the owner of a large number of livestock production companies.
Vandalni watched her parents’ movements when she was young, so she learned patience from them and endured burdens. The responsibility is other than her two brothers and sister, who lived their lives playing and having fun and did not bear responsibility one day
However, Vandalni was working in her father’s factories, and she enrolled in the College of Agricultural Engineering of her own free will and graduated while working like any male or female worker until she took over the management of one of the factories.
She says: It caught my attention that there was a Dutch engineer married to a Turkish engineer, and he was a Muslim, and she followed her religion and did not change it, and they were happy to the point that it made me feel jealous. For the first time I learned about Islam from this family.
When I asked the Turkish engineer why he did not marry a Muslim woman like him, he said very calmly and politely. Our Islamic religion allows a man to marry any woman (Christian or Jewish) without forcing her to convert to his religion, provided that the sons and daughters follow the father’s religion.
Without the intervention of the biblical mother in this The Dutch engineer Vandalne says: I do not know what attracted me to this family, so I befriended them and heard a lot from the Turkish Muslim about Islam. His wife and son were listening with me, and I added to what I read and began talking to the Muslims in the factory and seeing them solving their problems among themselves with unusual calm. They used to gather during times of prayer, which I was happiest with as I witnessed them performing it, as well as fasting and participating in it.
I was actually participating in fasting.
And their celebration of the holiday( Eid ) I shared it with them with all my being. I could not control myself as my love for Islam became unparalleled.
I found that Islam is the truth most deserving of followers to the final religion of God ( Allah ).
The Messenger of Islam faced many difficulties from his people who wanted to kill the message in its infancy, but God wanted this message to continue, so it was successful and spread until the message arrived.
The performance must also be so that people may have the mercy of Islam, which called for brotherhood among human beings and just equality, where there is no servitude except to the One God (Allah ) , who has no partner, and no worship except the One God ( Allah ) , who has no son, no wife, and no partner in creating and facilitating this universe.
Dutch Vandalne says: Islam is the only truth that unites humanity with a bond of faith in one God ( Allah ) , and with a day of reckoning that only God ( Allah ) knows, which comes in an instant for every human being who dies.
I felt good, all good. God ( Allah ) honored me by visiting His House (Mecca) and Medina, and then after that, with Hajj.
I used to see people circumambulating the Kaaba seven times, panting in supplication.
And I was shedding tears as I saw that there were all the nationalities of the world, black, yellow and white, everyone roaming around, everyone praying to his Lord and asking for forgiveness for the sins he had committed, and asking for his Lord to return and asking for forgiveness for the sins he had committed.
I felt complete awe as people from all over the world stood on Arafat at the same time, reading the Qur’an, praying to God ( Allah ) with their hearts and minds, asking Him for forgiveness.
I hope that God ( Allah ) will always make Hajj easy for me, even if I do not perform Hajj every once in a while I get sick, and this is a great blessing from God ( Allah)
Vandalni says: A person who enters the Islamic religion must believe in all the prophets and messengers and their messages.
. I tried a lot to make my parents understand the true and correct understanding of Islam.
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