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Reader comment on item: King of Pop Michael Jackson and Black Converts to Islam
in response to reader comment: Why would an African-American convert to islam ?

Submitted by tallal (United Arab Emirates), Oct 26, 2007 at 21:31

wake up Mr Slave. come on read before you write and spread your seek mind all over . first prophet Mohamed PBUH never had a slave ... and 2nd you should read about Sudan first before giving us lectures, for god sake watch the news ...........
Don't involve politics in religion specially in Sudan case, because when the white man was occupying Africa we would never say that the Christians killed Africans , but we will all the time find other logical reasons for that. ...

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