Grandmother of Barack Obama President of the United States from his father, Omar Hajah pilgrimage this year. He departed from Kenya with five members of his family. In the Holy Land he prayed for Obama to embrace Islam.
“I pray for my grandson Barack, so he embraced Islam,” said Hajah Sarah Omar, 88 years old, when interviewed by Al-Watan newspaper in Jidda after running the pillars of hajj, Thursday (25/11).
The newspaper in its report proclaiming, Hajah Omar was in Saudi Arabia to perform hajj together uncle Saeed Hussein Obama is Obama and four grandchildren. They become guest waiter Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah.
In a statement to the newspaper Hajah Omar said that he could only talk about the ritual of the pilgrimage and could not comment on political issues by Obama.
“I am very excited and thought back to what was told by my teacher at primary school. He was never told about Mecca and Madina when I was a kid,” said Hajah Omar Koglilu originating from the village, western Kenya.
when asked about the possibility of Obama becoming president the United States for the second time, accompanied by Saeed Hajah Obama and his grandchildren said, “Only God knows, the future nobody knows.”
In addition to pray for President Obama, Hajah also say a desire for Butler Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah soon recovered from his illness.
Hajah presence with son and grandchildren in Saudi Arabia received from the Kingdom of extraordinary. Prince Mamdouh direct host a dinner for them d royal palace in Jidda.
Ambuya Faisal, one of Obama’s cousin, said “Grandma I’m very interested in praying for the people of non-Muslims into Muslim and I learned about Islam from him.”
“When I returned to the village, I will convey to the villagers about the power of Islam,” he said.
Uncle Obama admitted frankly that he never thought could perform the pilgrimage this year. “I am very grateful, because I can be fulfilling their pilgrimage. Thank God, I prayed to God and thanks to King Abdullah who are willing to welcome us.”