Muslim guy wanted to convert me, he himself left Islam: says this victim

Abdul Hamid, also known as Sachwala Abdul Hamid, is a former Muslim who runs a YouTube channel under that name. He uses the channel to aware Muslim people about Islam. Recently, during one of his YouTube live streams, he was joined by a Hindu youth named PK, who resides in Delhi. PK thanked Sachwala Abdul Hamid, as he had saved him from going to hell.

During the live stream, PK revealed that he had Muslim friends who were trying to convert him to Islam, telling him that as a Hindu, he would go to hell and burn there because he is a non-believer and you are a kafir. PK was confused and unsure about the truth behind these statements.

He didn’t know what was right and what was wrong, and he didn’t know what he should do or not do. He had been somewhat brainwashed by his friends, who had taught him how to perform prayers and recite the Kalma (Islamic declaration of faith).

A few days later, PK met some new friends who sent links to ex-Muslims Sachwala Abdul Hamid, Sahil, and Adam’s YouTube live streams. After watching these streams, PK discovered more about Islam. updating his former Muslim friends about these ex-Muslims, PK offered a challenge, suggesting that he would be prepared to convert to Hinduism if they could respond to the questions he had asked in these live streams. They all started to watch these live streams, and after doing so, they all decided to stop following Islam and eventually repudiated it.

PK continues by stating that since then, he had tried for a long time to communicate with ex-Muslims Sahil, Adam, and Sachwala Abdul Hamid through their YouTube live streams, but he had never had the opportunity to do so. Additionally, he had often asked to join Sahil’s live streams. He finally had the opportunity to participate in Sachwala Abdul Hamid’s in a live stream today and quickly convey his tale to everyone. He expressed his appreciation to them because it was their live streaming that made everything possible today. He may otherwise have become mired in the same uncertainty and deception that he had been before.

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