Some 194 Rwandans have declared their conversion to Islam during a dawa and medical convoy carried out by the World Assembly for Muslim Youth (WAMY) in the Republic of Rwanda.
They declared their reversion to Islam in the courtyard of the Medical Center which was built by the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) in the eastern region of the county, IINA reported.
The convoy aimed at introducing Islam to the Rwandans and invite them to embrace the faith. It also aimed at correcting the misconceptions and erroneous images about Islam, as well as providing quality medical services to the needy people of Rwanda.
A large number of the participating patients, have benefited from the medical services of the convoy which covered three districts in the country.
Participants in the convoy comprised the imam of the eastern province and some of WAMY preachers in Rwanda.
The convoy provided the highest quality medical services that meet the needs of Rwandan citizens, and its medical team was able to perform 215 surgeries, while its dawa program, which included numerous lectures, attracted many people to convert to Islam.
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