Conjoined twins brings Islam to a village in Cameroon
Joy as Cameroon
twins separated continues as 400 embrace Islam.
Conjoined twins from Cameroon
who were successfully separated at the National Guard’s King Abdulaziz Medical
City on April 21 2007 are both healthy and doing fine.
twin girls, Phambom and Shefbou, who were joined
at the chest, abdomen and pelvis and shared a leg, were
separated in a 10-hour operation performed by a 65-member team, which included
10 Saudi women surgeons.
It will be exactly one year on April 2008 when the twins were separated. As
Cameroonians celebrated the successful operation and forgot about it, Muslims
keep on celebrating as 400 has reverted to Islam from April 21, 2007 to April 13, 2008, in this single village.
Many families are embracing Islam every day in the village
of Babanki, North West Province, Cameroon
and an Islamic scholar, Sheik Sali, is stationed there to guide and teach them Islam.
Before the advent of the twins, there was nothing know about Islam in this
village but today and approach to the village is signaled by veils and young beards.
Insha Allah, a mosque will soon be constructed and other facilities built to
make life easy for the entire community.
When comes the Help of Allah, and Victory, And thou dost see the people
enter Allah.s Religion in crowds, Celebrate the praises of thy Lord, and pray
for His Forgiveness: For He is Oft-Returning (in Grace and Mercy). Q:110