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Thank you for being a part of reaching Central Asian Muslims

From Central Asia

The Story of Nawrooz, Part 2

A package arrived at the house. Navrooz’s mother carefully inspected it before she passed it on to her daughter. Then brimming over with excitement, Navrooz opened the package and took out the booklets one by one. There were so many of them!

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The Story of Nawrooz, Part 1

Nawrooz was born in Central Asian to parents of different ethnic origins whose marriage had been arranged. This couple barely knew each other before they created the marriage union. In the western world, when it comes to marriage, two loving hearts get together and create a union. In her world it was different; when it comes to marriage in the Muslim world, often times two families come together and they unite their children in a union.

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