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Sunday 25th of June 2017
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Italian lady converts to Islam in Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (as)

An Italian lady converted to Islam in the Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (as).

According to Astan News, doing lots of research on Islam, this Italian lady whose name is Rogsana Elena Negra converted to Islam and became a new Muslim.

Regarding her conversion to Islam, she said, “I am a psychology student and I have always been trying to find a way for more calmness, closeness to God, and for curing many illnesses. Among all the religions, I found Islam as the most qualified one”.

Rogsana Elena Negra continued, “This is my first presence in the Razavi Holy Shrine and this pilgrimage in Imam Reza’s (as) Holy Shrine has made all these moments very beautiful and memorable for me”.

“To convert to Islam, I studied the Holy Qur’an and at the moment, I am studying Nahj al-Balagha and tradition books because these books can guide me to the essence of this great religion in a very good way”, she stated.

She said, “The best procedure for the new converts is to do lots of study as these studies can direct humans toward Islam’s reality”.

Negra added, “Getting familiarity with the household of the Apostle of God (saw) provides suitable grounds for the man to take step toward Islam and understand its deep and great teachings”.

It should be mentioned that Astan Quds Razavi’s management of non-Iranian pilgrims’ affairs offered this new Muslim a conversion certificate and some other blessed gifts.

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