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where are the church leaders?

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Submitted by laura (Canada), Mar 8, 2006 at 00:13

Why are not the Christian/Baptist/others in the jails and in the communities to encourage Black Americans to follow the Christian faith when in trouble and turn to their own communities? Of course, in this vacuum, one will find the Islamists, ready to swoop down and grab as many Muslim converts as possible. It is an integral part of Islam, always was, and it should be stopped by intelligent means: i.e. Black leaders and Church leaders: get in there and do something or else......Wake up! and smell the agenda!!!
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