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Reader comment on item: Did Michael Jackson Convert to Islam?
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Submitted by Khady (Senegal), Mar 28, 2006 at 07:51

if Michael Jackson is really a Muslim now, i hope that he has changed his behaviour. Islam is not "difficult" as someone say it.
if you believe you can become a good one and Islam always show us the Right Way.

Talking about black in stress, once they are no more in stess thanks of the religion, they musn't give up or run away of that Islam which helped them.
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