A newly-converted Chilean Muslim has said he was surprised by personality aspects of The Leader of Islamic Ummah and Oppressed People Imam Seyyed Ali Khamenei as a spiritual, political, and social leader.
Germán Vogel, Chilean newly-converted Muslim, who is visiting Iran, addressed the audience in ‘Ammar’ Film Festival.
He is one of Christians who gained familiarity with Muslims in university.
The Chilean neophyte Muslim has also attended Islamic Cultural and Introductory Sessions and has especially been familiar with Iran’s religious community.
He provided comments on his motives on accepting the bright religion of Islam and said that the western man committed suicide for the lack of spirituality. “I found the spirituality in the city of Qom,” he asserted.
Vogel also praised The Leader of Islamic Ummah and Oppressed People Imam Seyyed Ali Khamenei’s diverse personality characters as ‘comprehensive’ and added that “this diversity of character and wholeness was quite interesting to me as someone who has lived for years among Christians.”
He also said that a religious and spiritual leader’s entry to political, social and cultural issues of the time was highly valuable.
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