News ID: 331685
Publish Date: 11 January 2012 - 10:31
Navideshahed: Mrs. Sia Kaoki a Greek citizen with attendance in Iranian Cultural office in Athens converted to Islam as a Shia person.

According to the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization Public Relations, during this meeting Mohammad Reza Pakravan Iranian Cultural attaché in Athens mentioned that Islam from the very beginning days was an element to help poor people and delivered its services to achieve justice for everyone.

Referring to Islamic teachings, Pakravan said:"Ahlul Beyt guardianship is a guide line for all human beings."

After having a conversation with Mrs. Sia Kaoki her religious questions were answered and then she selected her new name as "Narges".

At the end Iranian Cultural office in Athens gifted a Holy Quran to Mrs. Narges.

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According to the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization Public Relations, during this meeting Mohammad Reza Pakravan Iranian Cultural attaché in Athens mentioned that Islam from the very beginning days was an element to help poor people and delivered its services to achieve justice for everyone. Referring to Islamic teachings, Pakravan said:"Ahlul Beyt guardianship is a guide line for all human beings." After having a conversation with Mrs. Sia Kaoki her religious questions were answered and then she selected her new name as "Narges". At the end Iranian Cultural office in Athens gifted a Holy Quran to Mrs. Narges. The End
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