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10:15  09 september  2019
10:15  09 september  2019 Source:   covermg.com

Sinead O'Connor: 'I’ve been Muslim my whole life and didn’t realise it'

Sinead O'Connor: 'I’ve been Muslim my whole life and didn’t realise it' Sinead O’Connor knew once she'd read the Quran that she'd been Muslim her "whole life". Credit Cards Are Now Offering 0% Interest Until 2020 Find out more on Finder Ad Finder.com.au On Monday, the 52-year-old, who has adopted the name Shuhada' Davitt since converting to Islam but uses her given name professionally, appeared on U.K. TV show Good Morning Britain and discussed her religious conversion. "In Islam you don’t call it conversion, you call it reversion, the idea is you were born Muslim in the first place, any person with any logic would realise they were Muslim all along.

SINEAD O ' Connor yesterday apologised for saying she doesn't want to "spend any more time with white people" after converting to Islam. The Irish singer took to Twitter to apologise for the ' racist ' remarks she made last yearCredit: Twitter. She also insisted her remarks were "not true at the time

Shuhada' Davitt (born Sinéad Marie Bernadette O ' Connor /ʃɪˈneɪd/, 8 December 1966) is an Irish singer-songwriter who rose to fame in the late 1980s with her debut album The Lion and the Cobra.

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Sinead O'Connor has apologised for race comments she made following her conversion to Islam last year (18).

The singer called white people "disgusting" in a divisive Twitter rant in October (18) as she announced she had adopted the name Shuhada' Davitt, and added she didn't want to spend any more time with Caucasians.

She tweeted: "I'm terribly sorry. What I'm about to say is something so racist I never thought my soul could ever feel it. But truly I never wanna spend time with white people again (if that's what non-muslims are called). Not for one moment, for any reason. They are disgusting."

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After slamming white people as ‘disgusting’, Sinead O ’ Connor has backtracked and apologised for her ‘ racist ’ comments, made last year. Fans rallied behind the superstar, offering their support and understanding in forgiving her for her past remarks . One supporter wrote: ‘You were unwell.

Entertainment Tonight reports that Sinead O ' Connor is apologizing this week for past Facebook posts she made apparently implicating Arsenio Hall in

Returning to Twitter on Sunday (08Sep19), the 52-year-old Nothing Compares 2 U singer raved about her new faith, but confessed she went too far with her conversion message, telling fans she was "angry and unwell" when she made the "racist" remarks.

She added, "They were not true at the time and are not true now. I was triggered as a result of islamophobia dumped on me. I apologise for hurt caused. That was one of many crazy tweets lord knows."

During a recent appearance on Ireland's The Late Late Show, Sinead opened up further about her conversion to Islam, adding, "I never thought I'd join another religion. I left Islam till last as I had so much prejudice about Islam, you know. I read chapter two of the Qu’ran and I realised I'm home, and that I've been a Muslim all my life. There's a way of thinking.

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Sinead O ’ Connor is apologizing for her past comments criticizing white people and “non-Muslims.” Last November the Irish singer — who converted to Islam in 2018 and now uses the name Shuhada' Davitt — sparked outrage by sending a self-professed “ racist ” tweet announcing that she no longer

Sinead O ' Connor has publically apologised for comments she made last year when she branded However, Sinead has now apologised for the comments, taking to her Twitter to tell followers that ‘As regard to remarks I made while angry and unwell about while people, they were not true at the

"You can be a Muslim without actually being a Muslim as it's a headset (mindset). A Muslim is someone who believes nothing should be worshipped except God. In the same way I would have embraced Christianity, there's things I like and things I don't like; things I identify with and things I don't."

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Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks
Sinead O'Connor apologises for racist remarks

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