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Court In Malaysia Allows Muslim woman to Convert to Buddhism.-- THE CHANGE IS INEVITABLE

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Submitted by Proud Indian (India), May 9, 2008 at 01:37

Dear All,

A Malaysian woman won a decree in court for converting back to Buddhism ( religion of her ancestors )from ISLAM.

For Doubters like Mansoor and others , heres the name : SITI FATIMAH TAN ABDULLAH.

MORE POWER TO HER!!! LETS US ALL SALUTE THIS BRAVE WOMAN.

It took a two year battle but was worth the wait.

Yours Truly,

Proud Indian

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