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as a kid, i always found the religion of islam to be interesting and curious. as i grew older, i learned that most of the people who came to our school and became my friends were muslim, and i immediately made friends with them. their families and i would often visit each other's homes, and i could see their faces light up when i told them how much i loved them, and how much i loved learning about their religion. i also met some of my best friends at the mosque. over the years, i've come to learn the arabic script and what i now know is called arabic calligraphy. i learn about the quran as it is read by the most famous and beloved of all imams, and i become fascinated by the arabic language. i feel like i understand islam and arabic much better now than when i was a kid. when i was younger, i was intrigued by the fact that the quran was written in arabic, and i thought it looked like a "fairy tale" story written in the most beautiful language i had ever heard.
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it was islam that kept me going through school, and it was islam that gave me my sense of identity and purpose in life. it was islam that taught me how to be a better person. i grew up in a very secular, non-religious home. my family never pushed religion on me, and i never felt the need to pray, to give thanks, to ask for guidance. in school, there was always a lot of talk of "ethnic background" and "community." i knew where i came from, and it was not something i wanted to identify with or feel a need to belong to. in my teen years, i discovered that i was muslim and the religion of islam. my friends and i would argue about who was the best muslim. we all thought we were the best. i think we were all right. but i eventually found the real best muslim. the man who changed my life, who turned my life around and made me a better person. in that sense, islam is the real best. his name is ahmad deedat, and he is the founder of muslims for human rights.