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point well taken Laura

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in response to reader comment: where are the church leaders?

Submitted by Richard Lion heart (United States), Mar 8, 2006 at 13:12

You are right to say the leaders of the black church have dropped the ball on this one. Although the majority of blacks are Christians, islamist still see them as prime canditates for conversion. Especially those who grew up in socialy unfavorable neighborhoods or in the prison system.

The leaders of the black church need to step in to fill that vacum and prevent the most vulnerable African-Americans from falling in the islamic trap.
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