What matters is not why people convert to Islam but more importantly why people remain in Islam.
This thought really struck me during the Islam Invulnerable class. In the past, it was not uncommon for entire tribes to enter into Islam after their leader. Today, most people convert individually and their reasons are sundry.
But, how many times do we see someone convert and then revert to the disbelief. Or you meet a person who says, “Are you Muslim?” And after you reply in the affirmative they say “Yeah, I used to be a Muslim.”
What happened? Why are some hearts firm with emaan that will never leave by the grace of Allah subhanahu wa ta ala and other hearts are quivering to and fro so much so that one day they are in Islam and the next day they have left their Islam?