Contact Me

Please, I would love for you to contact me if:

1. You need help with something – ANYTHING.

2. You have a question you would like answered.

3. You have a topic to request.

 

Please, do not contact me if:

1. You are interested in marrying me: Really, I’m flattered, but I’m not interested at this time. No matter how many camels you’re willing to give me for my mahr (dowry) or how many gas stations you own.

2. Your comment is inappropriate.

3. You want to see a picture of me.  I look like an ostrich. That’s all you need to know.

 

Okay, if you pass these tests then:

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Email: convertconfessions@gmail.com

 

Looking forward to hearing from you! ❤

 

31 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. Salams, Ebrahim in the UK here, enjoyed reading your blog and came across it by chance! I know many Muslims have converted to Islam in the states also many are converting all over the world! Your an inspiration to Muslims all round! My friend wants to move to Los Angeles so I would ask where would be the best place to live which is close to mosque? Ws

    1. Sure, Ebrahim!

      The most beautiful masjid is in Culver City – King Fahad masjid – and I’m sure there are some nearby apartments in Culver City, however, this is an expensive place to live. There are many other masjids surrounding LA like in Reseda – Masjid Reseda – and these are more reasonable prices.

      Hope that helps!
      Hannah

    1. wa alaykum salaam w rahmatullah w barakatu,

      I do not respond to any message that is not halal and through email I have been able to help both men and women to come to Islam. When Allah asks me about this I am confident that I will have an answer for Him and a great number of people to speak on my behalf that I only use email for good. Thanks for your concern. In addition, just a friendly reminder that we should also not publicly ridicule one another.

      Hannah

      1. wa alaykom assalaam wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh Sister Hannah
        For one thing I was not ridiculing you at all. Your job in ISLAM is to be in’shaa’ALLAH Helping your Mahram Males only and in’shaa’ALLAH Helping your future Husband only. Free Mixing is Haraam in ISLAM. Therefore your helping of Non-Mahram males is Haraam. ALLAH the Greatest knows everything always therefore ALLAH the Greatest does not need people to speak on your behalf at all always.

      2. Did Prophet Muhammad speak to women regarding Islam? Was he their mahram? Please provide evidence that says it is haraam to discuss Islam with others? “Free mixing” and discussing Islam is completely different. My rules and regulations are my avoidance of something haraam.

  2. The Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE wa SALLAM did not send women to dawah to Non-Mahram Males at all always. Muslim Women are not to dawah to Non-Mahram Males. A woman talking to a non-mahram man about Islam can lead to freemixing . Remember this that when a Man and woman is alone the Devil is the third party.
    The Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE wa SALLAM did dawah to men and women but the Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE WA SALLAM is a man and the Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE WA SALLAM is the Last Prophet of GOD and last Messenger of GOD and the Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE WA SALLAM is the best of all of GOD’s creations and your just a woman. Do not ever compare yourself to the Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE WA SALLAM.

    1. This comment almost made me cry…. I’m sure Sister Hannah was not at all trying to compare herself to the prophet Mohammad(saws). It’s because of people like you that non-Muslims believe that we worship the prophet Mohammad (saws).
      I mean that comment is supposed to make us women feel that woman are inferior?
      We already know that we women are not equal to men Thank God! and therefor would never ever consider comparing one self with the prophet Mohammad(saws). At the begging of your comment I almost thought you where actually going to teach her/us something she/we did not already know and help her/us in not doing something haram (which I agree with you) but I was wrong. If you really thought she was comparing herself to the prophet Mohammad than you could of been more sensitive but I’m sure if you read her introduction you’d know she’s a convert and eager to learn and spread the word! And like Sister Hannah said we are supposed to live by the prophets example right? Not make it sound like we worship prophet Mohammad (saws) for non-Muslims talking like you do only makes them think Muslims just substituted prophet Mohammad (saws) Jesus (as).

  3. The Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE wa SALLAM did not send women to do dawah to Non-Mahram Males at all always. Muslim Women are not to do dawah to Non-Mahram Males. A woman talking to a non-mahram man about Islam can lead to freemixing . Remember this that when a Man and woman is alone the Devil is the third party.
    The Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE wa SALLAM did dawah to men and women but the Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE WA SALLAM is a man and the Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE WA SALLAM is the Last Prophet of GOD and last Messenger of GOD and the Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE WA SALLAM is the best of all of GOD’s creations and your just a woman. Do not ever compare yourself to the Prophet Mohammed SALLAHU ALLAYE WA SALLAM.

    1. Akhi, the fact that you are sending me this message is an example of “free mixing” and what is the harm in comparing ourselves to the Prophet Muhammad? There is a sunnah for that reason specifically – for us to compare our actions to his and make modifications. I am well aware that I am just a human being as he was, and not a messenger of Allah (swt), but I do know that I should model myself after him.

  4. Assalamu Alaykom Sister Hannah
    Narrated by Umar ibn al-Khattab, Messenger of ALLAH {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} said: “Whenever a man is alone with a woman the shaytan makes a third.” [Al-Tirmidhi 3118]

    1. Assalamu Alaykom Sister Hannah
      Narrated by Umar ibn al-Khattab who said that the Messenger of ALLAH {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} said: “Whenever a man is alone with a woman the shaytan makes a third.” [Al-Tirmidhi 3118]

      The reason why the Prophet Mohammed {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} did not send women to do dawah to Non-Mahram Males at all always is because the Prophet Mohammed {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} cared most extremely dearly always about a woman’s honor.

      1. Wa alaykum salaam. This may be a shock to you, but I am not ALONE with men when they send me an email. I am behind a screen. The conversation is never inappropriate. And, if it is, I happily delete the email. The wives of the Prophet Muhammad – after his death – spoke to many men in town, as you will remember. The rule was that they were behind a screen. I am exactly the same way – behind a screen. You are welcome to argue with me about this all day, but I know that if Allah (swt) asks me about this thing I will have an answer I am proud of and inshaAllah thousands of men and women to speak on my behalf. I would highly suspect that this thing will make my husband very proud of me someday and there is no disrespect towards him. In addition, I hope that you realize that you should not say things like you know the reasons for the things the Prophet Muhammad did. Unless they are narrated you should not make assumptions. Now, I ask that you please discontinue comments on this issue. Please follow your own advice and avoid talking to women.

  5. The wives of the Prophet Mohammed {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} were allowed to talk to non-mahram males behind the screen because ALLAH the Greatest forbid in the HOLY QURAAN AL-KAREEM all men from marrying the wives of the Prophet Mohammed {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} after the Prophet Mohammed {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} died . ALLAH the Greatest made a special status for the wives of the Prophet Mohammed {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} when ALLAH the Greatest called the wives of the Prophet Mohammed {SallALLAHU Alayhi Wa Sallam} the Mothers of the Mumineen(true believers in ISLAAM) in the HOLY QURAAN AL-KAREEM .

    I am a student studying ISLAAM in’shaa’ALLAH .

    1. I do follow my advice the fact is I did not give you my real email at all. I gave you a fake email because I do not give my email to women at all always in’shaa’ALLAH and you will not let me post without giving a email .

      I never said that a muslim man could not talk to a woman in public decently.
      In fact all muslim men must always talk to women most extremely decently always in’shaa’ALLAH.
      I only had said that a muslim woman should not be talking to a Non-Mahram males in private
      I only had said that a muslim woman should not be helping Non-Mahram males at all always.
      I am talking to you most extremely decently always in public only in’shaa’ALLAH despite of the fact that your unjustly slandering of me all of the time.
      I am not slandering you at all, in fact I have respect for you always.

  6. Assalamu Alaykom Sister Hannah

    Astaghfirullah al-azeem for being rude, harsh , and mean to you.

    I hope in’shaa’ALLAH that you forgive me

  7. All Muslim men should go to the Masjids for help in’shaa’ALLAH. All muslim men should never ever go to women who they can marry for help in’shaa’ALLAH.

  8. I’m so glad I found your website, I recently have found Islam as I had grew up catholic ( I’m 23) but for I would say the past 3 months learning and reading the Quran, I find the culture beautiful and respectful, hearing your struggles of wearing a hijab in public ( something I plan on doing if I continue down this path way) helps me see how it may be for me but also gives me strength, I just want to thank you for sharing your journey, I’d like to ask how learning the prayers in arbic went for you, I speak English and some polish so I worry about that the most at the moment, did someone help you or did you YouTube maybe Lol thank you again for sharing all you do!

    1. Awww ❤ Thanks! Your comment made my day. May God guide you down the right path for you inshaAllah ❤

      Glad that my blog could help you a little bit, and I'm always happy to help with anything I can at any time, just let me know.

      As for prayers, I thought it was going to be impossible… but it wasn't 😉 Little by little I learned. The best resource I recommend for the actual words in Arabic is MountHira.com. There you can learn chapters (Surahs).

      For the actual motions, Google was my best friend, but then after I made friends in the masjid, I asked for their guidance in perfecting my prayers. They helped a ton and still I continue to learn little tiny improvements.

      Hope this helps, and again, you're welcome to reach out to me any time: convertconfessions@gmail.com

      Wish you the best!

      With Love,
      Hannah

  9. It was sad to read so much hatred for no reason. 😭

    You are doing a great job and I know that you are mature enough to sniff out trouble when there will be one. Otherwise I might have said something different but this is no way to get it communicated at all.

    May Allah bless you a lot, please pray for all Muslims and me. That Allah makes me how he wants me to be. 😊🙇

    JazakaAllah

  10. Hello Hanna! I’m so happy to have found your blog! I am a former Christian who is thinking of converting to Islam. I’ve been reading a lot about Islam and I’m currently reading the Quran and I am happy to know the Truth now! The problem is I was married in a Christian ceremony 4 years ago. My husband is no longer religious and he has ill conceived notions about Muslims (like lots of Americans). We have two girls under the age of 5 that I want to raise Muslim but I don’t know how he will react to that nor if he will stay married to me. I have an appointment to talk to the Imam here in Toledo, Oh. I’m very nervous and scared but at the same time I’m excited to finally find where I belong. My family are all Christian. They will think I’m crazy and I’m scared they will say things to my oldest daughter who is 4, such as, “Muslims worship Satan” or they will feed her pork when I’m not looking or make fun of me in front of her when I start wearing a hijab. My family likes to pretend they are devout Christians even though their lives don’t reflect that. I know they will do things to sabotage my beliefs. When you converted did you go through something similar? How should I handle situations where my beliefs are questioned or I’m being ridiculed or verbally attacked? What about Christian friends who think they need to “save” me? How do you deal with that?

    1. Salaam, Sandy,

      I’m so happy that you found it! I’m glad you’re looking into Islam and I’m happy to provide any assistance that you may need along your journey. My email is always open 🙂 Even though I’m halfway across the world. Know that God will guide you in the best of ways – and your beautiful daughters and your husband. The imam in Toledo at Masjid Saad is really a great man, mashaAllah – Sheikh Ibrahim. He helped me a lot when I was converting. More than that, however, was sister Fadia there at Masjid Saad. I’m sure if you ask anyone there, they will be happy to put you in touch with her. She is THE BEST.

      When I converted, some of my family members teased me. They ate a WHOLE LOT of sausage all of a sudden. But, for me, it didn’t matter much. The prophets were all tested far beyond my minor tests. But I know that it is difficult. In time, my family realized that it wasn’t just a phase and that I was serious about being Muslim. I am praying that the same happens for you. Have patience and answer their questions — also, encourage questions. Those that wanted to “save” me needed to learn that the portrayal of Islam in the Western media is the equivalent to portraying all Christians as the Westboro Baptist Church in Africa. No one is there to defend themselves and it would be easy to believe until you meet someone. Also, remind them that our religion is good, but the people sometimes aren’t the greatest. You will be guided towards the best way to handle the situation. Becoming Muslim made me less prone to argue, and more tactful when I spoke. InshAllah you will notice the same.

      Again, I wish you ALL the best in the world. And, if there is ANYTHING – literally, anything – I can help you with, I am so so so happy to do so! Especially for a fellow Toledoan 🙂

      Best wishes for you and your family,
      Hannah

    1. Assalamu alaykum Barack,

      I have requested a friend reach out to you who is more knowledgable in Islam than I am and who can inshaAllah help you. There is no compulsion in religion, but one thing that I never understood is when people leave Islam. I am not the best person to help you with your understanding of what you are doing because I just simply cannot relate. Wish you all the best 🙂

  11. Assalaamu alai kum,

    May Allah Taala bless you for all the good work. Just read your blog and just wanted to appreciate you.

    The section on the site “Please do not contact, if” really made me laugh. It shows your humorous nature with the sincerity of faith.

    Jazakhallah khair

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