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Woman reverts to Islam a day before she dies
Tuesday July 22, 2014 8:38 PM, Agencies

A woman who had stuck to her religion despite her marriage to a Muslim finally decided to convert to Islam while she was in a hospital in Abu Dhabi having treatment for cancer.

A day after she converted, the woman died.

The woman had been bed-ridden in hospital for months before doctors told her husband that her case became incurable after cancer spread through several parts of her body.

A day before her death, her husband called the Abu Dhabi judicial department and asked them to send a woman for his wife to perform her conversion to Islam.

Standing near her bed in hospital, the department employee performed the woman’s conversion to Islam and returned to her office.

On the next day, the husband visited the department to thank the woman and tell her that his wife has just died.

“The wife had decided to stick to her religion although she was married to a Muslim for many years. When she fell ill, she was still reluctant to convert to Islam and her husband had respected her decision,” Al Khaleej daily said.

“Just a day before she died, his wife told him she wanted to convert to Islam. He immediately called the judicial department. A day after she embraced Islam, the man’s wife died as a Muslim woman.”

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