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Zain, Yusif or Micheal?

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Submitted by nora (United Kingdom), Jan 9, 2006 at 12:48

I'm 11 and I simply HATED Micheal Jackson, but when I heard "Give Thanks to Allah" I started to like him. Now I don't really believe its him and neither does my big sister, we have been browsing all over the interent. Some say it was him, some say it was Yusif Islam and some say it's Zain Bhikha. I think there is a 25% possiblity that It was Micheal, because his brother Jeramiah is a muslim. PLEASE HELP ME, I WANT PROOF OF WHO SUNG "GIVE THANKS TO ALLAH"
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