Transit To Heaven (Paperback)Salma Said Ali
The fascinating account of a Muslim woman’s journey to Christianity.
Salma Said Ali was brought up as a devout Muslim on the island of Zanzibar.
Following the failure of her first marriage she re-married and moved with her husband to England. Here, through the prophetic ministry of one man, accompanied by various dreams and other heavenly signs, she became convinced that Jesus (Issa) is in fact the divine Son of God – God made human.
After several years as a secret believer she eventually confessed this to her family, facing the rejection that she knew would come but bearing it for the sake of her new faith.
Transit to Heaven is the fascinating account of Salma’s journey to Christianity and offers insight into the life of a Muslim woman honestly seeking God.
About the Author
Salma Said Ali was born on the island of Zanzibar in 1962 and brought up as a devout Muslim. She is a teacher, speaker and founder of Salma’s Ministries, a non-profit Christian ministry that aims to spread the Word of God through all nations.
BySalma Said Ali
Size138 x 215 mm
Number of Pages144 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
I was born and brought up in a small Island in the coast of
East Africa called Zanzibar in 1962. After the union with the
mainland Tanzania, Zanzibar became a province of Tanzania
although ruled by its own government. My family is said to
have originated from the Middle East possibly from Oman
and Y emen. I grew up in a small family of a mother and
three siblings, two girls and a boy. I lost my father when I
remember very little about my father. His long time illness
in kidney failure led my mother to be sent home by her in-
laws to live with her parents according to their customs,
which could have been the reason for my not remembering
my father clearly as it all happened when I was very young.
However, the occasional visits my mother always paid to my
father before he passed away helped me to at least remember
his complexion and a long white gown he used to wear.