Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Koreans asked to become Muslims

이슬람 인 코리아 | Islam In Korea

Are you a Korean (Southern or Northern)? Do you know about worshipping God alone? Have you ever worshipped your Creator? Would you like a way of life that God is pleased with?

If the answer is yes, please become a Muslim. Under the short description about Islam in Korea you will see a few links to help you to learn about Islam. Please look into them, if you have any questions please email me. Thanks

In South Korea, Islam is a small minority religion. The Muslim (both Korean and foreign-born) community is centered around Seoul, where the first large 20th-century mosque was built in 1976 using the funds of the Malaysian Islamic Mission and other Islamic countries.
In addition to fewer than 30,000 indigenous Korean Muslims, are South Asian, Middle Eastern (i.e. Iraqi), Indonesian and Malaysian immigrants in South Korea, the majority of whom are Muslims. They have been guest workers since the 1990s, taking the total Muslim population in the country to around 35,000.[1]
It is believed that there is no significant presence of Islam in North Korea, where autonomous religious activity in general is almost non-existent. [Wiki]


Are you in Seoul, South Korea and want to learn about Islam:

Muslim shows you the inside of a mosque in South Korea:

Korean lady converts to Islam:

Islam and Muslims in South Korea:

Further links for Koreans who want to learn about Islam, see here:

Jesus taught people to do the Will of God (according to Mark 3:35) in order to become his brothers, mothers or sisters. A Muslim means one who submits to the Will of God. Do you want to become a brother of Jesus? If yes, become a Muslim. Now is the time.

Learn about Islam:

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