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If Michael Jackson Converts to Islam

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Submitted by Roger Love (United States), Mar 7, 2006 at 14:55

An interesting subject for consideration is: Why do these people "convert" to Islam?

I submit that Islam gives cover, a way of rationalizing, to their bad behavior. The cloak of Islam is a self-righteousness covering for their sins. Their guilt is assuaged by Islam's facade of holiness. And it is observable in the sanctimonious posture of these "converts".
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