Or can they just ignore him as long as he is doing what Muslims are doing in Masjid ?

What if he do not mind responding to question whether he converted or not? Can Muslims allow him to pray ?

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Salaam, In my opinion, absolutely not. If a non-Muslim visits a mosque, you want them to feel as comfortable as possible...not drive them away. :) Instead of worrying about asking if they are a convert or not, maybe ask them..."Is this your first time coming to this mosque?" This can help drive conversation, and maybe he/she will open up to you. :) Hope that helps, and may Allah (swt) help us welcome NonMuslims into our community in the most beautiful way possible. -Muslim Gap

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