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FAILED IT ALSO...BY A HUGE MARGIN!

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Submitted by Tiger (United States), Sep 20, 2005 at 16:57

...even the people who were the biggest enemies of the religion of Islam (i.a. Umar Farooq; Khalid Bin Waleed..) became themselves attracted by the personality of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and the truth of the essence of the religion and thus converted and became some of the best Muslims of that era. I feel that the information and knowledge that is given out in todays world (religious knowledge) gets distorted by human-beings and thus the religion gets tainted.
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