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Submitted by aminugumel (Nigeria), Jun 29, 2006 at 03:58

If this conversion wind of micheal jackson calm down and happened to be true: then mike, under the principle teaching of islam, is like a new born baby who has no sin whatsoever. this mean that he is going to be above many who practiced the religion but accumulated sins more their good deeds.

mike, try to make this a reality for ur own benefit. there is no amount of atrocity that can not be forgiven by Allah. Come to Islam: forgiveness is waiting for u.

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