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    Posted: 12 December 2018 at 4:37am

CEBU, The Philippines – A total number of 59 Filipino villagers converted to Islam on Monday, December 10, following a lecture by a Muslim scholar working with the UK-based Islamic Education & Research Academy (IERA).

In the village of Tingtingon on the Filipino Island of Cebu, people attended a lecture by Abu Bakr Arabi titled “Why Islam is the chosen religion”, iERA page on Facebook reported.

Following the lecture, a total number of 59 people accepted Islam with iERA’s outreach specialist Fadhli Burhan.

The lecture is part of iERA’s Dawah Outreach work.

Last month, a team of enthusiastic Muslims cooperating with the UK-based iERA witnessed a miracle after an entire village in Bantayan Island in the central Philippines province of Cebu converted to Islam...

http://aboutislam.net/muslim-issues/asia/59-people-embrace-islam-filipino-village/


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