Islam For Dummies - Saajid Lipham (ilmstitute)

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Who is Allah? Who is Muhammad? What is Shariah? What's Islam? These questions are answered in this video by an American convert who has been living and studying in Saudi Arabia for the passed 7 years.

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Shared on: 07 Jun 2017

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