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Submitted by stacey (Brunei Darussalam), Jul 3, 2007 at 01:50

YOU ARE HUNDED PER CENT RIGHT MY FRIEND. we would lose all of them if this government does change his mentality and treat them well with respect and dignity. Michael is very popular and it's an honour for us the blacks to have such an man like this in our black community. if michael chose to be a muslim.it's his right and choice and we can only wish him good luck. wherever he finds his happiness, honour, dignity and success.good for him.

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