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Welcome to New Muslims eLearning site. It is for new Muslim converts who would like to learn their new religion in an easy and systematic way. Lessons here are organized under levels. So first you go to lesson 1 under level 1. Study it and then take its quiz. When you pass it move on to lesson 2 and so on. Best wishes.

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Istikharah Prayer
Description: A brief explanation of the Istikharah prayer, including why performing it is a recommendable act. Context: Objectives ·       To understand both the definition and importance of the Istikharah prayer. ·       To...
Level 5 - Lesson 16 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 19 Nov 2012 - Last modified on 13 Nov 2016
Category: Lessons > Acts of Worship > Prayers
How to Deal with Sadness and Worry (part 2 of 2): Establish a relationship with Allah
Description: Islam offers numerous ways to overcome sadness, all of them are connected to establishing a relationship with Allah and His messenger.  Here we suggest three ways to forming a lifelong relationship. Context: Objective: ·       To suggest three ways of becoming closer to Allah. Arabic terms: ·       Sabr...
Level 5 - Lesson 14 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 14 Nov 2012 - Last modified on 11 Jul 2018
Category: Lessons > Social Interaction > Coping with change
How to Deal with Sadness and Worry (part 1 of 2): Patience, Gratitude and Trust
Description: Patience, gratitude and trust are three ways that Islam suggests we deal with sadness and worry. Context: Objective: ·        To utilise guidance from the Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad to deal with the...
Level 5 - Lesson 13 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 12 Nov 2012 - Last modified on 26 Apr 2013
Category: Lessons > Social Interaction > Coping with change
Good Habits for New Muslims to Develop
Description: A list and explanation of ten good habits for the new Muslim to develop.  These habits will help a person understand and practice their new way of life more effectively. Context: Objective:   ·       To provide new Muslims with some guidelines to learn more about Islam, and to gain insight...
Level 5 - Lesson 3 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 24 Sep 2012 - Last modified on 21 Jul 2013
Category: Lessons > Islamic Lifestyle, Morals and Practices > General Morals and Practices
Trials and Tribulations after Conversion (part 2 of 2)
Description: A brief discussion of how the Prophets and Companions faced trials and tribulations with taqwa and patience. Context: Objective: ·       Learn how to emulate our righteous forbearers. Arabic Terms: ·       Taqwa...
Level 4 - Lesson 30 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 23 Jul 2012 - Last modified on 25 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Social Interaction > Coping with change
Trials and Tribulations after Conversion (part 1 of 2): Allah’s mercy is embedded in the difficulties of life
Description: A brief look at what happens after conversion to Islam. How and why the initial excitement sometimes turns into a test of strength and character. Context: Objective: ·       To understand why after conversion to Islam it seems that many are tested with great trials and tribulations....
Level 4 - Lesson 29 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 16 Jul 2012 - Last modified on 25 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Social Interaction > Coping with change
Role Models in Islam (part 2 of 2)
Description: A brief description of the life and character of two well-known wives of Prophet Muhammad and a few words about the power role models have to influence others. Context: Objective: ·       To understand how influential adults can be and why the behavior of role models should demonstrate...
Level 4 - Lesson 28 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 02 Jul 2012 - Last modified on 25 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Increasing faith > Means to increasing faith
Role Models in Islam (part 1 of 2): The First Generation of Muslims
Description: Role models are people that we can look up to; we often endeavour to emulate their best qualities and attributes. They are not necessarily famous people we admire, although some famous people may indeed have some commendable qualities. The first generation of Muslims, the men, women and children around the Prophet are role models of the highest order[1]. In this first lesson we discuss why and take a closer look at two male companions, Abu Bakr and Umar Ibn al Khattab. Context: Objectives: ·       To understand the importance of role models. ·       To learn about...
Level 4 - Lesson 27 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 25 Jun 2012 - Last modified on 25 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Increasing faith > Means to increasing faith
The Mercy of Allah (part 1 of 2)
Description: A brief at the meaning of the mercy of Allah and how it permeates every aspect of our lives, including details of some of the signs of Allah’s mercy.  Context: Objectives: ·       Understand the vastness of Allah’s mercy. ·       Recognise the...
Level 4 - Lesson 25 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 IslamReligion.com)
Published on 11 Jun 2012 - Last modified on 20 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Islamic Beliefs > Oneness of God (Tawheed)
The Mercy of Allah (part 2 of 2)
Description: A continuation of the signs of Allah’s mercy and a discussion about the link between mercy and forgiveness. Context: Objectives: ·       Appreciate the vastness of Allah’s mercy towards the believers and towards the whole of creation. ·       Understand...
Level 4 - Lesson 26 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 IslamReligion.com)
Published on 11 Jun 2012 - Last modified on 20 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Islamic Beliefs > Oneness of God (Tawheed)
Satan: Humankind’s Worst Enemy (part 1 of 2)
Description: Who is Satan? Is he the fallen angel, the devil mentioned in Christian literature? In this lesson we learn about his creation and fall from grace, and his supreme enmity towards humankind. Context: Lesson Objectives: ·       To recognise Satan and understand his mission. Arabic terms: ·       Shaytan...
Level 4 - Lesson 21 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 IslamReligion.com)
Published on 28 May 2012 - Last modified on 20 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Islamic Beliefs > Articles of Faith
Satan: Humankind’s Worst Enemy (part 2 of 2)
Description: A discussion of the means Satan uses to misguide people and fulfill his long term goal of leading as many people as possible to Hell. Context: Lesson Objectives: ·       To learn about the motives and methodology of Satan in order to avoid his traps and tricks. ...
Level 4 - Lesson 22 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 IslamReligion.com)
Published on 28 May 2012 - Last modified on 20 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Islamic Beliefs > Articles of Faith
The Islamic Dress Code (part 3 of 3): Prayer & Wisdom
Description: A continuation of the rules of awrah including what to wear when praying, and a brief description of the wisdom inherent in the Islamic dress code. Context: Lesson Objectives: ·        Understand what must be covered during prayer for men and women. ·        Understand...
Level 4 - Lesson 20 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 IslamReligion.com)
Published on 21 May 2012 - Last modified on 24 Mar 2013
Category: Lessons > Islamic Lifestyle, Morals and Practices > Dress Code
The Islamic Dress Code (part 2 of 3): Awrah & Mahrams
Description: A continuation of the rules of awrah that dictate the overall Islamic dress code and a simple explanation of the mahram. Context: Lesson Objectives: ·       To understand what women should cover in front of different groups of people. ·       To...
Level 4 - Lesson 19 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 IslamReligion.com)
Published on 14 May 2012 - Last modified on 20 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Islamic Lifestyle, Morals and Practices > Dress Code
The Islamic Dress Code (part 1 of 3)
Description: In this lesson we learn the meaning of the word hijab and look at the dress codes for both men and women. We also discuss the purpose of a dress code and learn that it helps protect society and preserves healthy relationships. Context:  Lesson Objectives: Learn and understand the conditions of the dress code for both men and women. Arabic terms: ·       Awrah...
Level 4 - Lesson 18 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 IslamReligion.com)
Published on 14 May 2012 - Last modified on 20 Oct 2016
Category: Lessons > Islamic Lifestyle, Morals and Practices > Dress Code
Eating – The Islamic Way (part 2 of 2)
Description: The etiquette of eating. Part 2. Context: Objectives ·       To appreciate that there are blessings in food. ·       To learn some...
Level 3 - Lesson 26 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 20 Feb 2012 - Last modified on 07 Dec 2017
Category: Lessons > Islamic Lifestyle, Morals and Practices > Dietary Laws
Eating – The Islamic Way (part 1 of 2)
Description: The etiquette of eating. Context: Objectives ·       To appreciate Islam as a holistic way of life and that actions as menial as eating can become a rewarding...
Level 3 - Lesson 25 - Type: Written Lesson - By Aisha Stacey (© 2012 NewMuslims.com)
Published on 13 Feb 2012 - Last modified on 07 Dec 2017
Category: Lessons > Islamic Lifestyle, Morals and Practices > Dietary Laws