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Ten things Sinead O’Connor will learn from her new religion

28 October 2018

10:48 AM

28 October 2018

10:48 AM

You’ve probably already heard that Sinead O’Connor has converted to Islam. But the problem is, I don’t think she really understands what that means. Why I say that is because of the following response on Twitter by one Lalo Dagach:

You see, the religion of Islam is founded upon three sources: The Qur’an (the original Arabic words of revelation that Mohammed received from Allah), the Sira (the biography of Mohammed) and the Hadith (the traditions of Mohammed).

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