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Over 1300 reverted to Islam in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh: During the first half of the year 1437 AH, 1302 expatriates converted to Islam, announced the Cooperative Office for Call, Guidance and Education of Communities in northern of Riyadh.

According to Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reports, Abdulhakim Al-Jasser, Deputy General Supervisor of the Office explained that they are hundreds of non-Muslim Asians from 20 nationalities which are India, Philippines,Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, America, Italy, Uganda, Nepal, Kenya, Egypt, China,Germany, Netherlands, Britain, Nigeria, Eritrea, Ghana, Madagascar, Vietnam, and South Africa decided to convert to Islam.

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