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Fikri Rramat, left and Elshan Mirzazade, right, two exchange students living in Perham, deliver a presentation on Islam and the cultures of their respective home countries to M State-Wadena Professor Tamera Moore’s World Religion class Wednesday. Rramat is from Indonesia and Mirzazade is from Azerbaijan.

Muslim students talk about their faith, culture at M State

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Although they gained national attention for allegedly disrupting a Perham church service in a vocal defense of their faith, Fikri Rramat and Elshan Mirzazade led a tension-free discussion of Islamic culture for Tamera Moore’s World Religion class at M State-Wadena Wednesday.

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