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Submitted by AlbertE. (United States), Jan 4, 2014 at 16:44

Each time you read about Islam and Philadelphia recall the Black Mafia. Nominal Muslims associated with the Black Muslim faith and also very dangerous criminals. Those that perpetrated the slaughter of the Hanafi Muslims in D.C. That one senior police officer in Philly said that in his experience these Black Muslims were the most dangerous and violent criminals ever. W.E.B Griffin even wrote a novel about these thugs and their crimes.

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