The singer, who for 26 years broke a photo of the Pope on television by the sexual abuse of minors in the catholic Church, embraces the faith mahometan.
Sinéad O'connor, on the verge of suicide
Ill, hospitalized, bipolar disorder, and two suicide attempts
The October 3, 1992, Sinéad O'connor surprised the world. The young singer irish who two years before had fallen in love with the planet with their version of 'Nothing compares 2 U' by Prince performed that day another version ('War', Bob Marley) during the live broadcast of the program 'Saturday night live'. At the time the letter came to the word "evil" ("evil"), O'connor pulled out a photo of Pope John Paul II, broke in pieces, and said: "Fight the real enemy".
That scandal will still remember. Sinéad said that it was a form of protest against sexual abuse to minors by catholic priests, and also against the concealment of these cases on the part of the Church. Now, 26 years after that, Sinéad O'connor returns to surprise the world: In a series of messages via her new Twitter account, Shudada' Davitt (which is how they call it now) has announced his conversion to Islam and has declared the 'shahaadah'. This is the profession of muslim faith: "there is No god but Allah, and Muhammad is his prophet".
World renowned singer Shuhada Davitt @MagdaDavitt77 (#SineadOConnor) hast proclaimed the #Shahadah with me in #Ireland. She is so happy ! Masha Allah !#Ireland#Islam#SineadOConnorEmbracesIslam@SineadOconnorHQpic.twitter.com/mBeHlcrgqW
? Shaykh Dr Umar Al-Qadri (@DrUmarAlQadri) October 25, 2018
last October 19, Shudada posted a message to his Twitter profile that said the following: "This is to announce that I am proud of becoming a muslim. This is the natural conclusion of any theological journey smart. All bible study leads to Islam. Which makes all the other scriptures are redundant. I will have (another) new name. It Will Be Shuhada'". That same day, posted a video singing the adhan, the call to islamic prayer.
Here is my 1st attempt at singing the Azan. I got some pronouncition wrong because emotions took me from my page... but there'll be hundreds of others onstage to eat ... https://t.co/vDFyheqOOc
? Shuhada' Davitt (@MagdaDavitt77) October 19, 2018
Since then, O'connor has uploaded several pictures wearing a hijab (veil), some of which the sample along with a panel half-written in that it can be read as: "I have removed my body, I have removed my mind, I have removed my children, but I never then my voice." In addition, this Friday has uploaded another message to the turmoil caused by his conversion: "Many thanks to all of my muslim brothers and sisters who have been so kind to welcome me today to the Ummah on this page. You can not imagine how much your tenderness means everything to me."
last march, O'connor released his first new song in four years. Produced by the northern irish David Holmes (responsible for the soundtrack of Ocean's Eleven'), 'Milestones', which is as a is called the subject, was the first preview of his next album, which will appear credited to Magda Davitt, because "Sinead has died", as said to the newspaper 'The Irish Sun'.
In that song, Sinéad/Magda/Shudada' spoke of the mental problems that dragged on since decades ago and that have been made to fear for their health. In 2015 he was hospitalized after threatening suicide, through a message to your profile of Facebook. Since the hospital sent another message to her four children:"you Are dead to me"
In August last year, O'connor posted a video recorded at a hotel in New Jersey that showed their desperation by their health problems: "mental illness is like drugs, it doesn't matter a fuck who you are. What is worse is the stigma, no matter who you are"..
Prior to this latest religious conversion, the singer was ordered sacerdotista of the order heretical the tridentinos, during a ceremony held in the French town of Lourdes in 1999, for which he took a new name: Mother Bernardette Mary.
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