Afshin Javid was born in 1972 in southern Iran in a city called Abadan. His earliest childhood memories was the islamic revolution in 1979.
When he was about 8 years old he remembers a plane flying about 40 feet above his head and a few seconds later there was a loud sound and the ground shook. This was the first bomb dropped by the Iraqi Airforce. At this point they got into a car and left everything they owned and went to a city about an hour away.
In this video, Afshin says he joined Hezbollah, a Shi'a Islamist militant group. He killed infidels and hang people. The usual Muslim stuff as Islam teaches. He was a dedicated and true Muslim which prayed to Allah 5 times a day and committed crime and sins.
So he traveled to Malaysia and there he was caught with 30 illegal passports. He was put in prison and started teaching Islam to other prisoners while incarcerated. He read the Quran cover to cover every ten days, trying to understand what the meaning of the insane repeated verses was. He even meditated trying to figure out the logic, but to no avail.
One day while meditating, trying one more time to figure it out, something strange happened, he says, which led to confusion.
He was filled with fear, and tried everything to curse it away, in the name of Allah, but as he later says in the video, that Allah is fake, that didn't help even a little bit.
He didn't understand what was going on. He had done everything to be a good Muslim. He had killed in the name of Allah, and he had even tried to become a martyr by walking in mine fields.
For two weeks he tried to forget about the incident, fasted and prayed, Muslim style.
Then it happened again:
Afshin is now a Christian, the founding member of I AM Thirsty Ministries in Vancouver. Afshin is happily married and recently renewed his wedding vows for his 15th year anniversary. Afshin and his wife have four beautiful children.
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