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When someone converts to Islam, God forgives all of his previous sins and evil deeds. 

 A man called Amr came to the Prophet Muhammad  and said

Give me your right hand so that I may give you my pledge of loyalty.”  The Prophet  stretched out his right hand.  Amr withdrew his hand.  The Prophet  said: {What has happened to you, O Amr?}  He replied, “I intend to lay down a condition.”  The Prophet  asked: {What condition do you intend to put forward?}  Amr said, “That God forgive my sins.”  The Prophet  said: {Didn’t you know that converting to Islam erases all previous sins}

Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #121, and Mosnad Ahmad, #17357

After converting to Islam, the person will be rewarded for his or her good and bad deeds according to the following 

saying of the ProphetMuhammad

Your Lord, Who is blessed and exalted, is most merciful. If someone intends to do a good deed but does not do it, a good deed will be recorded for him. And if he does do it, (a reward of) ten to seven hundred or many more times (the reward of the good deed), will be recorded for him. And if someone intends to do a bad deed but does not do it, a good deed will be recorded for him. And if he does do it, a bad deed will be recorded against him or God will wipe it out.

Mosnad Ahmad, #2515 - Saheeh Muslim, #131


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