Between Immigrant Muslim and Western non-Muslim is a wide Gap in Worldview and culture: the Western Convert bridges this gap
Throughout Islam’s History, expansion into new territories produced an expansion in thought and application of Islam’s Law, Mission, and Principles. Without supporting Converts, the Muslim community is currently failing to enable such an expansion.
Converts embody Curiosity, Examination, Commitment, and Energy for Islam, all combined with a natural understanding of Western native culture, political struggle, and prevailing moral conflicts.
Culture is the real language and real communication with native non-Muslims can only be done from within the same culture. This real cultural barrier is seen in the isolation of immigrants within the bubbles of their communities, masajid, and schools.