The topic of Caucasian or Anglo-Saxon Muslims surged to the forefront of the American conversation after a clear identification of the Boston Marathon bombing brother suspects Dzhokhar (alive) and Tamerlin (deceased) Tsarneav was disseminated to the media by the FBI.
To some, a Caucasian Muslim is an oxymoron or the representation of two diametrically opposed entities. To others, like the prominent people on this list, the conversion was a natural, personal and spiritual evolution.
Prominent actor, producer and director Liam Neeson is one who, following the tragically freaky ski accident death of his wife, Natasha Richardson, 45, in 2009 began to seriously consider converting to Islam when he made a movie in Turkey and was riveted by his experiences there.
Take a look at other prominent white citizens who are Muslims.