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Michael Jackson is definitely a Muslim

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Submitted by Mohammad Hasanul Karim (Australia), Jun 26, 2009 at 01:32

Saad Muhammad Khan, Sorry, I feel pity for you. Even a non Muslim should not be pointed as non Muslim. This is Islam's rule. And you are pointing at a Muslim to be a non Muslim? Michael Jackson is still a Muslim as he accepted Islam. He may be doing mistakes. But it does not necessarily mean that he is not a Muslim. Allah is always kind and forgiving.

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