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Tali Fahima - prominent Israeli leftist has converted to Islam

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Submitted by Amir (Israel), Jun 19, 2010 at 16:05

Tali Fahima has recently completed her conversion process to Islam. In a recent interview she explained that a terrorist attack in Tel Aviv inspired her to reexamine the Palestinian conflict, and that set her on a path to forswearing her Jewish heritage and embracing Islam in its stead. She not only condones terrorism but has served prison time for involvement in a Palestinian terrorist organization. So now there's an Israeli woman to add to the list. Link (Hebrew): News1.co.il

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