A disabled Ukrainian converted to Islam after taking shelter in a mosque during the Russian invasion of Ukrainian As TRT World reported, Urko was forced to lose his home and be separated from his wife and two daughters before converting to Islam. Urko then took refuge in a mosque in the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine. Urko shared that he was left alone when volunteers separated and took his family somewhere on March 8. Usually, Urko continued, when there was an attack, he and his family went to a shelter. However, Urko, who was left alone on the 9th floor of a building, began to despair of living without gas, light, or water. That’s when help came to him through an Imam named Muhammad Ali, who offered him a place in a mosque in Kharkiv. According to Imam Muhammad Ali, Urko called and asked the Imam for help when the situation became unbearable. And then, Imam invited Urko to stay in the mosque, and they became ‘brothers’.After living in the mosque for a while, Voronko Urko was given hidayah to embrace Islam and become a Muslim on August 20, 2022.