In Arabic, Huda’s first language, she tells us that believes the Bible is clear and easy to understand, but not the Qur’an; however, she needed to read it and live under its influence while growing up. She felt she was always attached to the Qur’an. It controlled her from her birth onward until she left the Middle East. The Qur’an’s spell kept her and others from even touching the Bible, and they were not able to learn more about the Bible. But when she moved to Europe, she started to come out from under the spell of it.