Skip to comments.The New TSOP--Tax $ Giving Philly Its Own Gaza Strip
Posted on 07/06/2010 9:50:15 AM PDT by Tribune7
Tax-free charitable gifts along with federal grants and loans have been used to turn a section of South Philadelphia into an Islamic enclave.
Universal Companies -- the charity established in 1993 by the artist formerly known as Kenny Gamble -- has spent $1.6 billion to promote Islam much of it in the 800 block of South 15th Street, according to Paul Williams , Ph.D, of FamilySecurityMatters.org. The neighborhood now has a mosque and an Islamic charter school and tough-looking security guards on corners in kufis .
Gamble and Leon Huff are the founders of Philadelphia International Records and wrote some of the biggest hits of the 1970s including Me and Mrs. Jones, Love Train and TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia). Gamble converted to Islam in 1975 and took the name Luqman Abdul Haqq
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Helping to contribute to the downfall of America.
Is this the same Philly that refuses to let the Boy Scouts meet in a building they built decades ago?
Political correctness is not about "tolerance" and "diversity". It's about overthrowing the establishment.
Is it too late to bring back Mayor Wilson “Boom Boom” Goode?
About your tagline: don’t give them any ideas. They’ll try to claim tax-exempt status.
and an Islamic charter school
Seems to me this is a wonderful opportunity to open **Christian** charter schools.
What is the crime rate there? How many murders have there been? I bet a dollar that the crime is low and there are no murders.
crimes against women/children would not be reported in a closed neighborhood - there is no way to know of someone has ‘disappeared’ or not, and noone will tell under the climate of fear closed neighborhoods invoke
You seem to be saying that you would support a theocracy -- or any sort of government that limited freedom of expression, did not use jury trials and did not presume innocence or equality of persons -- if the crime rate was low and the trains ran on time. Do you?
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