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Targetting of U.S. prisons by islamic missions

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Submitted by A.A. (United States), Dec 9, 2005 at 11:58

Muslim Heirarchy targets U.S. prisons and lower educated minority convicts for obivious reasons.
- they have messed up lives resent the society
-they are from broken homes and love close knit mosque culture
-they have weak or no religious affiliation

Every year 30,000 ex-con members of minority are converted to islam . By ignoring this problem we could be looking to problems already faced by France, Holland, Sweden and Denmark.
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