이슬람으로 개종 한 사람들의 명단 - List of converts to Islam

이슬람으로 개종하다
전체 인구

다음은 주목할만한 사람들의 불완전한 목록입니다 변환이슬람 다른에서 종교 또는 종교 : 종교 없음 . 이 기사는 나열된 개인의 과거 신앙 고백만을 다루며 민족적, 문화적 또는 기타 고려 사항을 다루지 않습니다. 이러한 경우는 목록 항목에 기록됩니다. 목록은 이전 종교 소속에 따라 알파벳순으로 분류됩니다.

다양한 주요 종교에서 이슬람으로 개종 한 사람들의 목록

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미디엄

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아르 자형

  • Raekwon – Corey Woods로 태어난 미국 래퍼 [119]
  • 레베카 코하 – 라트비아 역도 선수. [120]
  • AR Rahman – 인도 작곡가, 음악가, 싱어 송 라이터, 프로듀서 및 박애주 의자; 그는 23 세의 나이에 1989 년 그의 가족과 함께 이슬람으로 개종했으며, 그의 이름을 AS Dileep Kumar Mudhaliar에서 Allah Rakka Rahman으로 변경했습니다. [121] [122]
  • Yuvan Shankar Raja – 인도 음악가 ; 타밀 나두 에서 음악 감독 [123]
  • Richard Reid – 전투 적 이념을 채택한 영국 시민. 아메리칸 항공의 항공기 폭파 시도에 실패한 후 "신발 폭격기"로 널리 알려짐 [124]
  • Nicky Reilly – Asperger 증후군을 앓고있는 플리머스 시민; 2008 년 Exeter가 폭격을 시도한 것으로 알려져 있습니다 . 그의 심리학자는 그의 정신 장애가 그를 급 진화에 취약하게 만들었다 고 말한다. [125] [126]
  • MC Ren – 미국 래퍼 및 힙합 프로듀서 [127]
  • Franck Ribéry – 프랑스 축구 국가 대표팀 선수 [128]
  • Hamza Robertson (톰 로버트슨 출생) – 영국 가수 [129]
  • Jack Roche – 시드니에서 영국 태생의 이민자. 전직 Jemaah Islamiyah 종파의 일원이었던 Roche는 자신의 정보 ( 9 월 11 일 공격 , 2002 년 발리 폭탄 테러 등의 음모에 대한 정보 )를 ASIO 장교 에게 공개하기로 결정 했지만 그의 전화는 기각되었습니다. 나중에 4 년 동안 유죄 판결을받은 Roche는 생활 방식을 잊었지만 ASIO가 공격을 예방하지 못한 것에 대해 여전히 비판적입니다. [130] [131]

에스

  • James Ujaama – 흑인 청소년을 돕는 것으로 유명한 시애틀의 사회 활동가 / 기업가; Bly 훈련 캠프를 설립했습니다. 전투 적 의도를 주장했지만 혐의는 부인되었습니다. 나중에 친구를 위해 소프트웨어를 설치하여 탈레반이 소유 한 컴퓨터에 사용할 수있는 IEEPA 위반으로 유죄 판결을 받았습니다. [146]
  • Maulana Ubaidullah Sindhi – 유명한 정치, 종교 및 혁명 학자 [147]

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  • 조번 비에이라 - 루소 - 브라질 축구 코치 [148] [149]
  • Bryant Neal Vinas – 한때 알 카에다 훈련 캠프에 참여한 히스패닉계 미국인. 나중에 미국을 돕기 위해 이들을 켜고 그의 삶을 바꾸려고 시도했습니다. 그의 검찰은 그를 카에다 활동에 대해“가장 가치있는 단일 협력 증인”이라고 불렀다. 그의 판사는 3 개월 선고 후 FBI가 증인 보호 제공을 거부했을 때 분노했습니다. [150] [151]
  • Joram van Klaveren- 네덜란드 시민, 네덜란드의 모스크와 모든 이슬람 관습을 금지하려는 전직 정치인; 이슬람을 결정적으로 '반증'하기위한 책을 작업 한 후, Joram의 연구 (및 Timothy Winter 와의 토론 )는 그의 견해를 크게 바꾸어 나중에 이슬람으로 개종했습니다.
  • Pierre Vogel – 독일의 전 복서, 지금은 이슬람 설교자 [152]

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