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can't go against islam

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Submitted by Hafiz Junaid (United States), Apr 28, 2009 at 00:25

I agree that "muslims by name" is a term you can use for the people who are hypocrites, but according to islam, you have no right. It's between him and Allah. He became muslim. Who cares what people think of him. Now he's free from hell. Stop thinking about the negative and think about the positive. It will help you become a better person. Inshallah he will get rid of all old ways and come to the ways of Islam.

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