New Muslim Made a Japanese Nasheed

This emotional Japanese nasheed tells the story of my journey to Islam. As a new Muslim, I wanted to share my experience through music and hope that it inspires others. Check it out and let me know what you think!

Join me on my emotional journey as I share my new Japanese nasheed as a new Muslim. This heartfelt song expresses my deep love for Islam and my newfound faith. Get ready to be moved as we delve into the beauty of Islam through the power of music.

Assalamu Alaikum everyone, in todays video i made a Japanese Nasheed, as you know the Japanese people don't have much information about the Islam, so I was thinking this is so good idea to make a Japanese Nasheed, the original nasheed is Tala'a Al-Badru 'Alayna - طلع البدر علينا, but i just wanted to cover this song, which was a big reason for me to revert-convert to Islam.

As a new muslim I'm so happy to tell my story to you, and I hope you like the nasheed, as you know it is my first Ramadan and I'm a new Muslim, i want to show you how is Islam in japan as a Japanese Muslim.

( Source: Japanese Muslim )

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