Marvin Shamrock 
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Re: “Your Black Muslim Bakery Is Back In Business

You need to stop that madness Jamal is a young man trying to do something good for the Community. He is very bright and mature for his age. At the age of 23 he has built what no other 23 year old has ever built in Oakland. He helps the needy and provides jobs for the neighborhood! He also encourages young men to stop selling drugs and start setting examples for the Youth in Oakland. Jamal also gives free tutoring for youth, MR. Robinson is doing something that the government should be paying him for, but they build more prisons and close down our schools, but out of the kindness of that young man’s heart he is a giver! I am no Muslim but I have respect for that young man.

Posted by Marvin Shamrock on 05/05/2009 at 10:55 PM

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