Muslims In America: Latino Muslims: Hmuslims06

Imam Mohammed Al-Hayek, native of Jordan, left, asks Ramona Graviz, 56, right, native of Uruguay, to repeat after him in Arabic the shahada or profession of Islamic faith by saying {quote}I bear witness that there is no God but Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is his messenger{quote} in front of the Hispanic community at the Islamic Educational Center of North Hudson in Union City, New Jersey. Graviz became Muslim when she officially pronounced her pledge of conviction of faith in front of at least two adult Muslim witnesses. Graviz was introduced to Islam through her son, Javier Azhar Graviz, 24, center, who converted to Islam seven years ago.

Imam Mohammed Al-Hayek, native of Jordan, left, asks Ramona Graviz, 56, right, native of Uruguay, to repeat after him in Arabic the shahada or profession of Islamic faith by saying "I bear witness that there is no God but Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is his messenger" in front of the Hispanic community at the Islamic Educational Center of North Hudson in Union City, New Jersey. Graviz became Muslim when she officially pronounced her pledge of conviction of faith in front of at least two adult Muslim witnesses. Graviz was introduced to Islam through her son, Javier Azhar Graviz, 24, center, who converted to Islam seven years ago.