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Submitted by nanou (Canada), May 21, 2006 at 23:39

http://www.islamise.co.uk/Nasheeds/Zain_Bhikha.htm Click to play Give thanks to Allak Zain_Bhikha. You will hear that it's just a confusion in the name. Thank you MJ, you were a god, a school of music and dance, and you'll always be a mentor for the future generations. By the way, you don't' have to be Muslim to say "Allah", it actually means God in the Arabic language, same as "Dieu" in French. Get some perspective, and a little knowledge, merci mon Dieu!

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