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Conversion is a private matter between the individual and God

Reader comment on item: Did Michael Jackson Convert to Islam?
in response to reader comment: It's none of anyone's business if he converted!

Submitted by Terrence (Australia), May 18, 2009 at 05:14

Agree with you 100%. Muslims should focus on what they are doing rather than others. Those amongst Muslims who express overjoy may find on the Day of Judgement there was nothing to be overjoyed about, because they will be asked what they did, not what Michael did. I wonder how much of Islam they follow in their own day to day lives?

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