Kenyan Cleric: Shia Population Rapidly Increasing in Kenya

The Kenyan Shia cleric, Morteza Morteza, who is attended the 5th General Assembly of Ahlul Bayt (a.s) World Assembly, said: “After the Islamic Revolution in Iran, many things have changed in my country. Many non-Muslims accepted Islam as their formal religion.”

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - The Kenyan Shia cleric calls the Islamic Revolution in Iran as a gift by Allah for growing the number of people who embrace Shia as their formal religion.“The number of Shia Muslims has sharply increased and a lot of Kenyans got familiar with this honorable school of thought,” he added. Addressing at the African commission of the 5th General Assembly of Ahlul Bayt (a.s) World Assembly, he stressed “we are worry about nothing in the pure way of Ahlul Bayts’ (a.s) path.”Referring to the deviant sects plots between the Muslims, he said: “There are some extreme Wahabis in Kenya, so we Shia and Sunni Muslims must be united against them.”/106

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