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The Arab slave trade: 200 million non-Muslim slaves from all colors and nationalities














JUL 17, 2015


by ADMIN

in MIDDLE EAST & WORLD















British colonial official with Islamic slave traders in Zanzibar. On the far right is Hamad bin Mohamed bin Jumah bin Rajab bin Mohamed bin Said al-Murghabi, more commonly known as Tippu Tip. He was the most notorious Islamic slaver. al-Murghabi died in 1905..











About ten years ago while traveling in Asia I found a very unusual book which I have unfortunately not been able to find in the West. 



I was casually reading it in the bookstore and regret that I never purchased it due to space and weight restrictions I already had in my luggage. 



It was a 900-year old Muslim ‘slave manual’ translated into English from the original Arabic. 



It was basically a very detailed purchasing manual, describing the cultural and ethnic traits of slaves from different parts of the world in non-Islamic countries. 




This should not be a surprise since the Quran supports slavery and enable Muslims to keep slaves even in the modern age (i.e Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Mauritania, United Arab Emirates, Qatar).








Under Islamic laws, slavery is explicitly permitted.[145] As Saudi Sheikh Saleh Al-Fawzan, a member of the Senior Council of Clerics had said in 2003, those who argue that slavery is abolished are “ignorant, not scholars. They are merely writers. Whoever says such things is an infidel.” [146] 




Muhammad himself was a slaver.


 He not only owned many male [147][148] and female [149] slaves, but he also sold, captured, and raped [150] his slaves. 



Even his wives owned slaves.





The manual demonstrated that Arabs were engaged in enslaving all peoples, not only Africans. 



Their travels around the world was not as much for mercenary purposes as to catch slaves and loot wealth. 



The manual also gave indications that Arabs actually created the entire slave export trade in Africa. 




Bits and pieces from history indicate that Muslims enslaved over 150 million African people and at least 50 million from other parts of the world. 






They also converted Africans into Islam, causing a complete social and financial collapse of the entire African continent apart from wealth attributed to a few regional African kings who became wealthy on the trade and encouraged it. 





This is a claim that is not well presented in Western information or education on slavery. 


You can find a lot of very interesting and original historical materials in Asia and the East which have never found its way to the West.





The manual was written by an Arab slave trader describing some of the history of Arabian slavery.



 It contained character descriptions of slaves from all across West to East Europe, Africa, India, the Orient, Turkey (which proves that Turkey was not originally Islamic) and so on. 





It also showed that Arabs enslaved Indian people long before moghuls invaded the country. 





The most despised slaves according to the manual, was Indian and African slaves who were described in the most terrible terms. And the favorite slaves were Turkish slaves, and the second favorites were North European slaves. 




Slavery was not only black history; slavery was Islamic history around the world. 






More historical findings is pointing that over 150 million African slaves being traded by Arabs over a period of 14 centuries, and at least 50 million slaves of other ethnicities.











Muslim Slavery In The Modern Age: Real Life Stories


Francis Bok tells his story as a 20th century slave to Muslims in Sudan, captured as a child slave under Islamic sharia:












Another escaped slave, Simon Deng, sold to a Muslim for the equivalent of $10, tells his story as a 20th century slave in the modern age where slavery continues to exist and be legalized under Islamic Sharia law. 




Simon Deng warns blacks in America not to be lured into Islam here blacks are still viewed as slave goods and merely used as soldiers to better Islamic agenda. Over 3.5 million people have been slaughtered by Muslims in Sudan.





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Alphonso (mango)
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