Jermaine as telling BBC World Service radio. “Why? Because when you are 100 per cent clear in your mind as to who you are and what you are and why you are and everybody around you, then things change in a way that"s better for you. It"s just having that strength."
“God is so powerful. He was studying. He was reading a lot of books, because I brought him books from Saudi Arabia. I brought him books from Bahrain. I was the one who originally put him in Bahrain because I wanted him to get out of America because it was having a cherry-picking time on my brother," he added.
Jermaine, who is a Muslim, also revealed that Michael was not against converting to Islam. “All of his security became Muslims because he trusted Islam, because these are people who would lay their lives down and also who were trying to be the best kind of human beings they could possibly be not for Michael Jackson, for Allah," he said.
“So having those people around, you knew that you would be protected because it is protection from God," he added.
Kuala Lumpur (ANI): Michael Jackson"s brother Jermaine feels that converting to Islam would have saved the King of Pop"s life. Jermaine even said that his late brother should have left the United States. “I felt that if Michael would have embraced Islam he would still be here today and I say that for many reasons," New Straits Times quoted.