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Sport'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion

23:12  11 june  2019
23:12  11 june  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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I felt really good . It makes me a better person ': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca , Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to ' It was a good change in my life because I wasn't born a Muslim , even if my mum was. I just grew up like that, respect for everyone.

Paul Pogba has opened up on his Muslim faith and the role it has played in making him a “ better person ”, According to “ It made me change, realise things in life. I guess, maybe, it makes me more peaceful inside. I prayed once with my friends and I felt something different . I felt really good .

'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Paul Pogba (centre) recently went on the pilgrimage to Mecca with Kurt Zouma Paul Pogba has revealed that he was 'questioning myself over a lot of things' before turning to Islam and becoming 'more peaceful inside'.

The Manchester United star, who last month made a pilgrimage to Mecca during the holy month of Ramadan, wasn't raised as a Muslim, despite his mother practising Islam.

But after going through a difficult period, Pogba decided to research the religion and follow a number of his friends by turning to the faith.

'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Pogba speaking to The Times' new Life Times podcast about Islam and his own faith 'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Manchester United midfielder, who is wanted by Real Madrid, points to the sky, a spiritual gesture he often makes, after being substituted during a game with Crystal Palace in 2017

The midfielder, who remains a transfer target for Real Madrid this summer, credits the decision with helping to make him a better person.

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Mecca is the haven of Islam and no one from other religion is allowed there. Also be aware though that if you made friends during the process, they would expect you to be a good Muslim , and if a few years after you return they find you saying atheist things or attending a different religion 's

'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion
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Asked what being a Muslim meant to him, during an interview for The Times' new Life Times podcast, Pogba said: 'It's everything. That's what makes me thankful for everything.

'It made me change, realise things in life. I guess, maybe, it makes me more peaceful inside.

'It was a good change in my life because I wasn't born a Muslim, even if my mum was. I just grew up like that, respect for everyone.

'Islam is not the image that everyone sees – terrorism… What we hear in the media is really something else. (Islam is) something beautiful.

'You get to know it. Anybody can find that he feels connected with Islam.'

After completing a disappointing season with United, Pogba - along with Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma - made the pilgrimage to Mecca last month.

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Once a year, more than two million Muslims make the journey, known as Hajj, to stand before the holy building of the Kaaba in the Saudi Arabian city and praise Allah.

'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Pogba poses with Chelsea defender Zouma and a group of friends during their pilgrimage 'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Thousands of Muslim worshippers gather at the Great Mosque of Mecca, which surrounds the Kaaba, Islam's holiest shrine, during the annual pilgrimage, which is known as Hajj

Pogba's most recent visit to Mecca was not his first, but it remains a far cry from the lively visits to Los Angeles he enjoyed with Romelu Lukaku in both 2016 and 2017. Lukaku was arrested and given a 'misdemeanour citation' following a string of noise complaints as he hosted a party in their rented Beverly Hills mansion.

Asked why he decided to become a Muslim in his twenties, Pogba, who doesn't drink and now has a baby with girlfriend Maria Salaues, said: 'It came because I have a lot of friends who are Muslim. We always talk.

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“One of the best things I ’ve done in my three years with OHP has been to attend the last two Asking whether it ’s a good time to speak, Sr One of my friends when discovering I took vows commented, ‘ Well you could probably live a life of chastity and poverty but you’ll never cope with obedience!’

It felt uncomfortable, and as a person who values friendship I wondered what would happen. Once again I prayed for friends . But this time I knew it wasn’t a desperate prayer… it was a necessary Hello, Such a good article. A very good friend of mine had a conversation the other day and she said

'I was questioning myself in a lot of things, then I started doing my own research. I prayed once with my friends and I felt something different. I felt really good.

'Since that day I just carried on. You have to pray five times a day, that's one of the pillars of Islam. It's something that you do.

'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion
'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion
'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion
'I prayed once with my friends and I felt different. I felt really good. It makes me a better person': After returning from pilgrimage to Mecca, Paul Pogba opens up on becoming a Muslim and why he turned to religion

'The meaning why you do it – you ask forgiveness and be thankful for everything you have, like my health and everything.

'It's really a religion that opened my mind and that makes me, maybe, a better person. You think more about the afterlife.

'This life has a test. Like when I'm with you, here. Even if you're not a Muslim, you are a normal human. You have a human relationship and respect you for who you are, what religion you are, what colour and everything.

'Islam is just this – respect of the humanity and everything.'

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