“His heart is with Islam.” An American boxer prays for the first time in the mosque with his Muslim colleague

“His heart is with Islam.” An American boxer prays for the first time in the mosque with his Muslim colleague  Mixed martial arts player Tam Khan shared a video of him praying with fellow American boxer Andrew Tate, a kickboxing player, talking about the impact of Islam on the heart of the latter, who has not yet announced his conversion to Islam.  Khan (a Muslim) confirmed that the 35-year-old boxer is "very loyal and his heart is with Islam", although he has not yet shown any special statement from Tate about his conversion to Islam.  Khan published a video of prayer with Andrew on his personal accounts documented on social media, the day before yesterday, Saturday, commenting on it with the phrase "Praise be to God", to receive wide interaction and the admiration of thousands of followers.  Khan wrote in a lengthy comment on the video explaining the reasons for his participation and the purpose of it: "Let me clarify some things, why did you record for us while we pray? Because it helps spread positivity," stressing that it is the first time that Tate prays.  He added: "Andrew could have said no, he knows this could have a negative impact on his already controversial status on social media, but he did it himself. By God, it was a private visit to the mosque. Only he and I wanted it. We planned it since days, but today he reminded me to go."  He continued: "I am glad that we did this so that people could see the real side of him, and this was his first time in the mosque, and what a way to start his journey, as we went on Saturday night to the mosque to pray, and I spoke at length about the Qur'an, hadiths and the actions of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. misconceptions about Islam, and so on.  He pointed out that what they did was a way to motivate young children not to feel ashamed of being religious and praying.  Regarding Andrew Tate's conversion to Islam and his pronunciation of the two testimonies, Khan continued: "We agreed that it should not be shown on a podcast or anything else because people will claim it is for influence or a fake following. No one is perfect but thank God a good heart and pure intentions."  He called on everyone who talks about Islam Tate, to allow the person concerned to announce it the way he wants and to allow him to take his time, pointing out that changing the lifestyle is not a quick thing, but accepting the truth and believing that it is necessary because tomorrow is never guaranteed, as he described it.  Muslim activists and pages interested in Muslim news re-shared the video through their accounts on the platforms, and expressed their happiness with this video, which would serve as a model for everyone who enters Islam.

Mixed martial arts player Tam Khan shared a video of him praying with fellow American boxer Andrew Tate, a kickboxing player, talking about the impact of Islam on the heart of the latter, who has not yet announced his conversion to Islam. 

Khan (a Muslim) confirmed that the 35-year-old boxer is "very loyal and his heart is with Islam", although he has not yet shown any special statement from Tate about his conversion to Islam.

Khan published a video of prayer with Andrew on his personal accounts documented on social media, the day before yesterday, Saturday, commenting on it with the phrase "Praise be to God", to receive wide interaction and the admiration of thousands of followers.

Khan wrote in a lengthy comment on the video explaining the reasons for his participation and the purpose of it: "Let me clarify some things, why did you record for us while we pray? Because it helps spread positivity," stressing that it is the first time that Tate prays.

He added: "Andrew could have said no, he knows this could have a negative impact on his already controversial status on social media, but he did it himself. By God, it was a private visit to the mosque. Only he and I wanted it. We planned it since days, but today he reminded me to go."



He continued: "I am glad that we did this so that people could see the real side of him, and this was his first time in the mosque, and what a way to start his journey, as we went on Saturday night to the mosque to pray, and I spoke at length about the Qur'an, hadiths and the actions of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. misconceptions about Islam, and so on.

He pointed out that what they did was a way to motivate young children not to feel ashamed of being religious and praying.

Regarding Andrew Tate's conversion to Islam and his pronunciation of the two testimonies, Khan continued: "We agreed that it should not be shown on a podcast or anything else because people will claim it is for influence or a fake following. No one is perfect but thank God a good heart and pure intentions."

He called on everyone who talks about Islam Tate, to allow the person concerned to announce it the way he wants and to allow him to take his time, pointing out that changing the lifestyle is not a quick thing, but accepting the truth and believing that it is necessary because tomorrow is never guaranteed, as he described it.

Muslim activists and pages interested in Muslim news re-shared the video through their accounts on the platforms, and expressed their happiness with this video, which would serve as a model for everyone who enters Islam.
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