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Islamic faith is no excuse for crime

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Submitted by ABDULRAHMAN (Kenya), Sep 11, 2013 at 04:58

The Curious Case of Jamil Al-Amin :

It's great to see a changed man who lived so many years in crime and even murder.

But even Muslims have to face up to crimes commited. So why is the American Islamic community raising funds to overturn a criminal conviction of murder? Instead it would be more islamic to look after the financial obligations of the family of the deceased cop. That would be best for Muslims in USA.

Islam is PEACE!

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