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Re who cares if he converted to islam

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Submitted by Salaheddine ElAyoubi (United States), May 19, 2007 at 23:26

Mr Richard
if you think he read Koran just because there are boys in the verses (and obviously you've read it since you know those verses), I think you've read it to find something where you can offend muslims and Islam, but unfortunately your sight was very short. and if you don't care if he converted to Islam or not we, as muslims, do and guess what I personally will be happy if you read the Koran again with "Lion Heart" and convert you too to Islam.

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