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Reader comment on item: A Century of African-American Islam
in response to reader comment: lots of help with our youth

Submitted by Sheila Seabreeze-Bey (United States), Feb 9, 2014 at 09:35

If things are so great why is our murder rate so high. Have you seen our people restored to their rightful place among humanity or are you teaching die and go to heaven. Do you teach they are born with an unlimited capacity to succeed. Do you teach principles such as obedience to law, tolerance. Do you put them in touch with the greatness of their forefathers and that they have been this part of world for over 10,000 years. Can you help them make the distinction between being a citizen with civil rights as oppose to using civil rights to become equal. Before you declare investigate we are taught to love instead of hate. I do believe it is in the bible the pastor sheer their sheep while feeding them. Are you complacent Or involve in the natural order of things if a fox has a god it would look like a fox, if a dog had god it would look like a dog. I wonder what does your GOD look like. When a man can paint himself as your God and you willingly except you have become the epitome of slavery. We do live by five principles Love,Truth,Peace,Freedom &Justice. What are yours?


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