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‘Happy living my life as a Muslim,’ says newly converted teen

‘Happy living my life as a Muslim,’ says newly converted teen

Kaula Terengganu: “My life is more calm now and I’m happy living my life as a Muslim. I can’t wait to fast during this coming Ramadan,” said Nur Nina Farisha Woo Abdullah.

19-year-old Nur Nina had recently left Christianity for Islam at Dr Zakir’s final lecture in Terengganu, Kemaman.

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Nur Nina is doing her Diploma in Mechanical Engineering student at Ranaco College, Kemaman and had fasted with her friends in 2014.She hoped that, this year also she could perform the religious obligation.

“I’m attending religious classes held by the college to study the basis of the ‘fardu ain’ and the Al-Quran…and I’m also getting comfortable with wearing hijab (head-scarf).

“I’m lucky to have many college friends who are ready to help me understand Islam and answer whatever questions related to the religion,” she told the media when met at the official residence of Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman.


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Nur Nina received her Muslim conversion accreditation card from Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman‘s wife Halina Zakaria.

Datuk Omar Musa, Terengganu Religious Affairs and Malay Custom Council (Maidam) Commissioner and Ahmad Firdhaus Ramlan, Ranaco Education & Training Institute Sdn Bhd CEO were present at the event.