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Reader comment on item: Did Michael Jackson Convert to Islam?
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Submitted by btilly (United States), Oct 3, 2008 at 16:11

Many black crooks convert to Islam to protect themselves from other jihadist gangs. Black men used Islam to get rich and knowing that light-skinned black men had more clout, they used this to pretend they looked Arabic. then they lied that Muhammad was black and the white man was the DEVIL. Muhammad said the black man was the DEVIL and was named NABTAIL. I wish Muslims would make up their minds!

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