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mike tyson is not a real muslim

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Submitted by shibly (United Kingdom), Feb 20, 2003 at 19:04

i am a teenager i am 15. i have seen a lot of things in my young life and i have known many people that say they have converted to islam. many celebs ,mike tyson is one. i ask you my muslim brothers and sisters ,wot kind of muslim man drinks and gets tattoos? he has got a new tattoo on his face. i feel hate for the people that pretend they are muslims. the phrase "muslim by name" these are the real devils that give ISLAM a bad name.

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