An American Muslim girl who converted to Christianity is regretful and has left a really insightful comment claiming she was indoctrinated and taken advantage of by Christians - the young lady feels her youth and her Muslim background were taken advantage. She has deep regrets over some of the things she did and was saying while under the influence of the Christian missionary/ies:
There is no doubt that I did not apply the same level of criticism towards my Christian beliefs as I did towards my Muslim faith. There are lots of reasons for this and I will forever regret that I did not do this. But I was young, naive, and taken advantage of. My soul was empty, Christian's saw it and filled the emptiness with a Bible and full throttle indoctrination. 15-17 was way to young for me to be doing the things I was doing and saying the things I was saying I forever regret them, but I also attribute this to a lack of direct parental involvement in my life. I wish I could figure out a way to best express what happened to me and what motivated my decisions and the statements I made during this time, but I'm still not sure how to go about it with a heart that is not filled with bitterness and anger towards those who I feel took advantage of my youth and my muslim background. One day I will share more
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