Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Jackson Should Covert To Islam

Jermaine Jackson, appearing on the BBC Asian Network after losing Big Brother, has said that Michael Jackson should covert to Islam.


"If I didn't have Allah and my prayer rug, I would not have survived and the reason why is because it kept me focused, it kept me calm, it kept me...just...it's the ultimate power and the ultimate calmness of just patronising God and knowing that he's the peacekeeper in all things and that's what kept me calm."

He added:

"Michael, I feel, needs to become a Muslim because I think it's a great protection for him from all the things that he's been attacked with, which are false. There's a strength and a protection there. I brought him a lot of books from my first trip and he reads everything and he reads a lot.

I think he's...he's probably given it a serious...serious thought because he's spent a lot of time in Bahrain. I was the reason why he had gone there because I wanted him to get out of America and just go somewhere it's peaceful and quiet and people pray five times a day which is beautiful.

It's a beautiful thing

Monday, January 29, 2007

Jackson's Back in The US

Michael Jackson has returned to the United States, for the first time since his trial in 2005.

He is preparing for two "fan appreciation events" in Japan in March, one of which will charge 400,000 yen for the opportunity to spend 30 seconds to one minute of face time with Jackson.

Why would anyone pay that?