A clergy working in Madagascar attending Razavi Festival explains his activities

A clergy working in Madagascar attending Razavi Festival explains his activities
A clergy working in Madagascar attending Razavi Festival explains his activities H.E Seyyed Morteza Razavi, who works in Madagascar and was among the foreign gusts of Razavi Cultural Festival, said for the past several years I have worked as the clergy to promote Islamic teachings in various countries.

According to Public Relations and Information Center of Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, explaining his activities in Madagascar in a news conference in the Holy city of Mashhad, Mr. Razavi said by the help and financial contributions of local people several projects including Imam Reza (AS) Center has been set up in Madagascar which functions as a university, mosque and library and in near future a medical center will be added to this complex. Talking about conversion of many people to Islam and Shiism in Madagascar, Mr. Razavi said next to Imam Reza Center, a high school has been constructed and in this school which most of its students are Christians, in addition to ordinary curriculum, Islamic topics are also presented to students and at the end of each school year many of the students convert to Islam and Shiism.

Sep 22, 2014 08:25

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