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Croatian citizen converts to Islam

Rasht, Aug 15, Croatian citizen Kresimir Peti has converted to Islam in a small mosque in the city of Rasht, the provincial capital of Gilan in northern Iran.

After getting familiar with the fundamental principles of Islam, accepting the oneness of God, prophecy of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), as well as confessing to the Velayat of Imam Ali (AS), that the first Shia Imam is the true successor of Prophet Mohammad, Kresimir Peti converted to Islam.

He also adopted himself an Islamic name, Amir Ali.

Peti was the fourth Croatian citizen who converted to Islam in the same mosque in Rasht.

The city has previously and during past months seen citizens from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany and China converting to Islam.

Source: Islamic Republic News Agency

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