A Japanese youth converted to Islam in Razavi Holy Shrine.
(AhlulBayt News Agency) -A PhD student of Persian language at Ferdowsi University converted to Islam and became a Muslim in Razavi Holy Shrine, Astan News reported.
Regarding his conversion, he said, “I was studying Indian history and this major required me to learn Persian language”.
This report says Ino Kouchi went on, “Learning Persian was the reason for my travel to Iran. During my presence in Iran, I became familiar with Islam and its culture”.
He said, “I have now a very beautiful feeling and I know that I have been invited to a new world. It’s my new birthday today and I will never forget it during all my life”.
New Tara Ino Kouchi stated, “Most of my researches on Islam return to when I was a high school student. However, I could not comprehend the religion perfectlyat that time as I had not observed any practical example of it and its culture”.
“When I arrived in Iran, I could visit followers of this valuable religion closely and I, as a result, became familiar with its great teachings more than before”, he added.
It should be mentioned that at the end of this ceremony, management of non-Iranian pilgrims’ affairs offered this new Muslim some blessed gifts and his conversion certificate. Ino chose Reza as his new name.