Yes, it is! I love a good conversion story.
It takes courage for Muslims to convert and be "out" about it.
One of the inconvenient truths the media never talk about is how many converts from Islam have to live in hiding, or change place and even country of residence when not also their names to escape a prompt lynching by their former co-religionists and even relatives according to sha'ria law. Not in Afghanistan or Iran, but in the capital cities of western countries supposedly under the rule of law and tolerance and inlcusiveness blah blah blah. Catholic charities and diocese often have to arrange a web of protection for these individuals and they are many.
They would be even more if so many Catholics, and unfortunately so many priests and members of religious orders didn't send them away with "we are all religions of the book" nonsense when these people ask about Christ in sight of a possible conversion. In the cradle of Catholicism, one of the most successful groups in converting Muslims appear to be the Jeovah Witnesses. When asked why did they choose JW, former Muslims often answer things like "because unlike the parish priest of my neighborhood they talked to me about Christ when I asked for it, they were unapologetic about their faith, and didn't tell me that the religion I was trying to leave was admirable and just as good as Christianity"
It is also true that in certain areas of some European cities it would be rather risky for the local parish priest himself to be known as someone who converts Muslims. Happens when entire nations renounce their heiritage and legislated political correctness torments and paralyzes law-abiding citizens of certain faiths and certain ideas and allows all sorts of cutthroats to have their way.