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Saturday, November 1, 2014

ISLAMRELIGION.COM Promoting How to Convert to Islam online

When I was working for one of my blog, I saw ad via my Google Adsense on the blog. The ad was very much surprising to me. I saw it first time and was very much amused with it. You can see the image below-

The whole story need time to get who is doing it and why they are doing it. I reached it a bit for you. How can one do like this, spreading the religion with an ad ? Is this wrong unlawful? If you reader have any idea post it in you comment. I don't have much to say here but I will show you some useful stuffs.

The Website link is  - you can go and check it out all the stuffs.

About this domain - 

  • Creation Date: 1999-11-15 15:35:44
  • Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2014-11-15 15:35:44
  • Reseller: MyDomain (mydomain-inc)
  • Registrant Name: Ibrahim Ali Abu-Harb
  • Registrant Organization: Ibrahim Ali Abu-Harb
  • Registrant Street: PO Box 343
  • Registrant City: Riyadh
  • Registrant State/Province: 
  • Registrant Postal Code: 11323
  • Registrant Country: SA
  • Registrant Phone: +966.14541065
  • Registrant Phone Ext: 
  • Registrant Fax: +966.14536842
  • Registrant Email: Email Masking
As you know this from Saudi Arabia and the person named Ibrahim Ali Abu-Harb has registered this domain and it is much older than I think, it started wayback in 1999 It's 15 year old nobody knows about it.

They are providing the one to one online chatting to help people convert to Islam.

I think they are doing over the world and now spreading the online presence in India as well. I would collect more information about it and post it here, meanwhile you can read my chatting with their one of the call center expert. 


  1. Hello Mr. Singh,
    My name is Dave. I was chatting with "Tariq" on last night (for the first time -- I am not a Muslim). You posted part of your conversation with them on your blog, but that's as far as you went. Did you have an opinion about them? (The reason I am checking them out is that when I e-mailed my conversation with Tariq to myself, Outlook [my e-mail program] told me to be careful as there was a "chance of fraud" if I opened it. That is the first time I have seen that message. However, I myself did not feel any suspicious "vibes" from Tariq or the web-site.)
    Thank you.

    1. What I said is true

      and if you are honest why not post comment with real name or with google account

  2. I didn't use one of the services you provided because I don't have an account with any of them. I have an account only with Facebook. (I'm not much into social networking and blogging.)

    But I was not disagreeing with you: I was just wondering whether you were suspicious of or not; it is difficult to tell from the wording of your posting. If I am to continue talking with them, I would like to know first whether they can be trusted. (I have never had Outlook tell me that there was a chance of fraud if I opened an e-mail, so of course I was suspicious.) I checked out "Ibrahim Ali Abu-Harb", the owner of the site, but found nothing, other than the fact that he had lost a court case over copyright infringement or something like that (and he may have actually been in the right). My name is Dave, and my e-mail is Thanks.


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