In this Monday, May 14, 2013 photo, Azza William, who gave herself the name Habibah Shaaban after she converted to Islam, speaks to the Associated Press while recovering at Assiut University's ... more 
In this Monday, May 14, 2013 photo, Azza William, who gave herself the name Habibah Shaaban after she converted to Islam, speaks to the Associated Press while recovering at Assiut University's Teaching Hospital some 180 miles (300 kilometers) south of Cairo in the province of Assiut, Egypt. The woman suffered stab wounds to her chest, arms and thighs when her husband Romani Farhan Amir attacked her at the office of the headmistress of the school that their son Youssef attends. Police say Amir, a 35-year-old laborer who did odd jobs for a day's wage, jumped to his death minutes before he was to be questioned by a judge on the stabbing and wounding nearly 12 hours earlier of his estranged wife, who had vanished in January and reappeared the following month declaring she had converted to Islam. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Hassan Ammar
Thu, May 30, 2013 3:05 PM EDT