to connectVideoSinead O’connor converts to the religion of Islam, are now saying that the white people are ‘disgusting’
After, the Irish singer Sinead O ‘ Connor converted to Islam, she took to Twitter to tell her followers that she never wants to spend time with white people, again, who is angry with her Muslim fans around the world.
Sinead O’connor insists she has always been a Muslim, but only realized it the other day.
The “Nothing Compares 2 U” singer, who is showing that she is a Muslim and was, in 2018, explained on “Good Morning Britain” on Monday, “In Islam, you don’t have to call it a conversion. You have to call for the return to the idea that you were born as a Muslim in the first place, that is, a person with any logic would realize that they were born as a Muslim all along.”
“That’s what happened to me, by a theologian, of all my life. I would have never thought that I would have to join a certain religion, but that is because I grew up in a theocracy, I was very much interested in the theology,” she said. “So, I learned about all the different religions, and I have left the Islam and in the end, because I had such a huge amount of prejudice about the fact that, you know? But as soon as I read chapter two, and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, my God. I’ve been a Muslim my whole life and didn’t even know it.'”
SINEAD O’CONNOR HAS BEEN CONVERTED TO THE RELIGION OF ISLAM
SINEAD O’CONNOR-ANGER OF MUSLIMS, ON SOCIAL MEDIA, WHEN THEY ARE REFERRING TO THE WHITE PEOPLE
O’connor says in the second chapter of the Qur’an to confirm all the previous scriptures and to “complain about how all the work had been tampered with.”
She also added that the Muslims are very “tender” and “very loving people, in spite of what everyone else is thinking.”
SINEAD O ‘ CONNOR IS GOING ON A BIZARRE SOCIAL MEDIA TO RANT ON AND ON
“It makes me want to laugh, because I thought,” I am [he], as a woman, for it start-ups,” she said. “A little bit of a contentious woman, I’m used to dealing with abuse … I can’t explain why, but if someone has a hate on for me, because I am a Muslim, I am a little bit bigger.”
To the extent that it is the inflammatory reactions shortly after her return to the world of Islam, in which they said that they do not want to associate with white people, and they said that it was taken out of context.
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“It wasn’t true,” she said. O’connor said her request was to make a point that complaining about white people is far less acceptable than mockery of the Grenfell Tower to the fire victims, who are mostly black and brown. “Well, I was very sick at the time,” she admitted, adding she’s had a lot of anger due to Islamophobia, they are in the early stages of the return to Islam and wear a hijab.