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It's none of anyone's business if he converted!

Reader comment on item: Did Michael Jackson Convert to Islam?

Submitted by Amna M. (Pakistan), Dec 9, 2008 at 11:25

I don't think it's anyone's business if Michael Jackson or, for that matter, anyone converts to Islam, Judaism, Christianity, any other religion or even turns to atheism. Anyone's religion is something between that person and God. Of course, being a Muslim, I would like it if Islam gains another follower. But Jackson's being or not being a Muslim isn't such a big issue as it is being made. Besides, we have several people out there claiming to be Muslims. Whether they really are Muslims or not is something only God knows. The Conclusion: Michael Jackson's religion is his own business and God's.

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