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Muslim American Woman Says Islam Changed Her Destiny

SHIRAZ (Iran), Feb 24 (Bernama) -- An American woman, who converted to Islam 25 years ago, said on Sunday that her choice of Islam as her religion has changed her destiny, Iran's IRNA reported.

Speaking to IRNA on the sidelines of the 36th Nationwide Competitions on Recitation and Memorisation of the Holy Quran, Muri Haski, said her husband who is Iranian has encouraged her to study and make research on Islam.

Haski said that she had converted to Islam after an in depth study of the religion.

"I am proud of having a great Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and of my religious book, the Holy Quran, which guides me throughout my life," she said.



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