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Reader comment on item: Did Michael Jackson Convert to Islam?
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Submitted by nabeela (Yemen), Apr 5, 2007 at 06:09

Alhamdllah this is a sign that islam is the right religion for all

if ypu go to the history you find out how the first believer suffers in the hand of kuffar but subhannalah within

a time they all convert to islam think of omar ibn khattab,khalid bin walid abu sufyan and the rest. so in SHA ALLAH all we are going to know the truth

am just waiting and praying for the time america will face the reality

thanks

nabeela

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