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Sunday, June 5, 2016

THE SELF DECEPTION OF CASSIUS CLAY and the incomprehensible public adulation for MUHAMMAD ALI - The ABSURD Afro-American embrace of Islam, an ideology guilty of the genocide of 120 Africans during the Arab Slave Trade. - Arab ownership of African slaves goes on to this day

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A young Muhammad Ali kisses the Koran
while Muslim Arabs enslave fellow Africans

What the media infatuated with Muhammad Ali fails to notice is how this man embraced Islam, an ideology that caused the deaths of 120 million Africans in the Arab trade of African slaves.  

Muhammad Ali's conversion to Islam is nothing but self-deception and self-betrayal at the most profound level. 

 American black Muslims reject Christianity as a religion of slavery and oppression, but Islam is an ideology of slavery and oppression at an even greater scale.  Furthermore, although Christians stopped owning slaves - and the US was the first modern country to outlaw slavery - some Muslim countries in the Middle East and Africa CONTINUE TO PRACTICE BLACK SLAVERY.  The Koran allows the slavery and rape of non-Muslims.

  • Muhammad Ali changed his birth name from Cassius Clay to Muhammad Ali to sever all ties to his ancestors' white slave master.
  • But in a show of utter ignorance he took on the name of the creator of Islam
  • Muslim Arabs murdered and enslaved MILLIONS of Africans during the height of the African slave trade.
  • While the USA was the first country to outlaw slavery in modern times, some Muslim countries continue this practice.
    MUSLIMS still buy
    and sell African slaves
    and raise
    children for slavery
    These days many Afro-Americans, particularly those incarcerated, are rejecting Christianity and converting to Islam.
  • They too are woefully unaware that they are embracing an ideology that still enslaves their African non-Muslim brothers.
  • A conservative estimate finds that at least 120 MILLION Africans died in the old slave trade at the hands of Arab slave traders.
  • Sympathy with, or conversion to, Islam has also exacerbated black antisemitism, since Islam's hatred against Jews is the most virulent in the world today.
  • While hating Jews, Afro-Americans decry white racism at every opportunity, and blame present day whites for the crimes of their ancestors. 
Short Video about today's Muslim practice of slavery in Mauritania


8 minute VIDEO - Scholar explains Muslim Black slavery
Continue reading and watch more videos - 
And read about what American schools refuse to teach about the Arab enslavement of Africans

Extended video:


The Muslim slave trade goes on to this day.


See more videos on Muslim ownership of black slaves on YouTube here:


 - Increasing antisemitism among US blacks in spite of a long history of massive Jewish activism and support for black civil rights
- Jews were beaten up and even murdered while promoting black civil rights in the US South
- The NAACP removed the name of its Jewish founder from their website

Video on how the media holds double standards. 
They never admit that blacks can be racists
Comparing the media treatment given to Mohammed Ali
and Hulk Hogan these days

READ MORE on black anti-white racism and anti-Jewish racism and watch more VIDEOS


At least 120 MILLION Africans killed during the Muslim conquest of Africa died from mistreatment by Arab slave traders.  Many others may have died resisting the Arab invader.

Dr. Bill Warner, who has studied Islam's history and doctrine in depth, quotes scholars' estimates that 11 million slaves were shipped across the Atlantic and 14 million were sent to the Islamic nations of North Africa and the Middle East.

For every slave captured many others died.
Estimates of this collateral damage vary. It is estimated that for every slave who reached a plantation, five others were killed in the initial raid or died of illness and privation on the forced march.

So, for 25 million slaves delivered to the market, we have an estimated death of about 120 million people.  Islam ran the wholesale slave trade in Africa. 

READ MORE on the genocide perpetrated by Islam's conquest, tyranny, and slavery that has killed 270 million human beings in Asia and Africa.
Prof. Bill Warner, Political Islam


There is also a website dedicated to document the historical and ongoing Arab Slave Trade: 



10 Facts About The Arab Enslavement Of Black People Not Taught In Schools

By the Atlanta Black Star

arab slavery of africans

The Number of People Enslaved
The number of people enslaved by Muslims has been a hotly debated topic, especially when the millions of Africans forced from their homelands are considered.
Some historians estimate that between A.D. 650 and 1900, 10 to 20 million people were enslaved by Muslim Arab slave traders. Others believe over 20 million enslaved Africans alone had been delivered through the trans-Sahara route alone to the Islamic world.
Dr. John Alembellah Azumah in his 2001 book, The Legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa estimates that over 80 million Black people more died en route.

Arab Slave Trade Inspired Arab Racism Toward Blacks
Its important to note that Arab is not a racial classification;  an Arab is almost like an American in that people classified as Arab today could be Caucasian (white people), Asiatic or even Arabized Africans.
In the beginning there was some level of mutual respect between the Blacks and the more lighter skinned Arabs. However,  as Islam and the demand for enslaved Blacks grew, so did racism toward Africans.
As casual association with Black skin and slave began to be established, racist attitudes towards Blacks began to manifest in Arabic language and literature. The word for slave – Abid – became a colloquialism for African. Other words such as Haratin express social inferiority of Africans.
Arab Enslavers Targeted Women For Rape

The eastern Arab slave trade dealt primarily with African women, maintaining a ratio of two women for each man. These women and young girls were used by Arabs and other Asians as concubines and menials.
A Muslim slaveholder was entitled by law to the sexual enjoyment of his slave women. Filling the harems of wealthy Arabs, African women bore them a host of children.
This abuse of African women would continue for nearly 1, 200 years.
Arab Slave Trade Ushered in The European Slave Trade
The Arab slave trade in the 19th century was economically tied to the European trade of Africans. New opportunities of exploitation were provided by the transatlantic slave trade and this sent Arab slavers into overdrive.
The Portuguese (on the Swahili coast) profited directly and were responsible for a boom in the Arab trade.
Meanwhile on the West African coast, the Portuguese found Muslim merchants entrenched along the African coast as far as the Bight of Benin.
These European enslavers found they could make considerable amounts of gold transporting enslaved Africans from one trading post to another, along the Atlantic coast.
The Arab Slave Trade Sparked One of The Largest Slave Rebellions in History
The Zanj Rebellion took place near the city of Basra, located in present-day southern Iraq, over a period of fifteen years (A.D. 869–883). The insurrection is believed to have involved enslaved Africans (Zanj) who had originally been captured from the African Great Lakes region and areas further south in East Africa.
Basran landowners had brought several thousand East African Zanj people into southern Iraq to drain the salt marshes in the east.
The landowners forced the Zanj, who generally spoke no Arabic, into heavy slave labor and provided them with only minimal subsistence.
The harsh treatment sparked an uprising that grew to involve over 500,000 enslaved and free men who were imported from across the Muslim empire.
Arab Enslavers Avoided Teaching Islam to Blacks to Justify Enslaving Them
According to some historians,  Islam prohibited freeborn Muslims from being enslaved, so it was not in the interest for Arab slavers to convert enslaved Africans to the religion.
Since converting enslaved Africans to Muslim would grant them more rights and reduce the potential reservoir of people to enslave, propagators of Islam often revealed a cautious attitude toward proselytizing Africans.
Still, if an African converted to Islam he was not guaranteed freedom nor did it confer freedom to their children. Only children of slaves or non-Muslim prisoners of war could become slaves, never a freeborn Muslim.

The Time Period
The Arab slave trade was the longest yet least discussed of the two major slave trades.
It began in seventh century as Arabs and other Asians poured into northern and eastern Africa under the banner of Islam. 
The Arab trade of Blacks in Southeast Africa predates the European transatlantic slave trade by 700 years. Some scholars say the Arab slave trade continued in one form or another up until the 1960s, however, slavery in Mauritania was criminalized as recently as August 2007.
The Arab Slave Trade Allowed More Upward Mobility Than the European Slave Trade
Upward mobility within the ranks of Arab slaves was not rare. Tariq ibn Ziyad – who conquered Spain and whom Gibraltar was named after – was a slave of the emir of Ifriqiya, Musa bin Nusayr, who gave him his freedom and appointed him a general in his army.
Son of an enslaved Ethiopian mother, Antarah ibn Shaddād, also known as Antar, was an Afro-Arabic man who was originally born into slavery. He eventually became a well-known poet and warrior. Extremely courageous in battle, historians have dubbed him the “father of knighthood … [and] chivalry” and “the king of heroes.”
This kind of upward mobility did not occur  in the European slavery system.
Arab Slave Trade Not Limited To Africa or Skin Color
One of the biggest differences between the Arab slave trade and European slaving was that the Arabs drew slaves  from all racial groups. 
During the eighth and ninth centuries of the Fatimid Caliphate, most of the slaves were Europeans (called Saqaliba), captured along European coasts and during wars.
Aside from those of African origins, people from a wide variety of regions were forced into Arab slavery, including Mediterranean people; Persians; people from the Caucasus mountain regions (such as Georgia, Armenia and Circassia) and parts of Central Asia and Scandinavia;  English, Dutch and Irish; and Berbers from North Africa.


Arabs Own Black Slaves
By Dr. Charles Jacobs
There is no Arab Apartheid Week on American campuses, but there should be. Slavery, in its most barbaric form, still exists in the Arab world and there is no Exodus in sight either. A shocking article for Passover.
Israel Apartheid Week has come and gone this year on many American campuses. It was, of course, a hoax: However much one says that Arabs in Israel suffer, and whoever is to blame for that alleged suffering, there is no apartheid in Israel.
Meanwhile, however, in Sudan and Mauritania, racist Arab societies enslave blacks.
Today. Most of the slaves are African Muslims. Yet there is no Arab Apartheid Week on American campuses. Why not?
One might think American student activists would be upset about Mauritania, the West African country with the largest population of black slaves in the world – estimates range from 100,000 to more than a half-million. In Mauritania, slaves are used for labor, sex and breeding.
The wholly owned property of their masters, they are passed down through generations, given as wedding gifts or exchanged for camels, trucks, guns or money.
Surely, life is not so good in a Palestinian Arab refugee camp– no matter who is to blame, but it’s undeniably a whole lot worse for Mauritanian slaves.
According to a Human Rights Watch/Africa report, routine punishments for slaves in Mauritania – for the slightest fault – include beatings, denial of food and prolonged exposure to the sun, with hands and feet tied together.
More serious infringement of the master’s rule (in American slave-owning parlance, “getting uppity”) can lead to prolonged tortures known as “the camel treatment,” in which the slave’s body is slowly torn apart; the “insect treatment,” in which tiny desert insects are inserted and sealed into the ear canal until the slave is driven mad; and “burning coals,” a torture not fit to describe in a family newspaper.
Perhaps the reason for silence on campuses about these things is that the story of black slaves and their Arab masters remains unknown there.
It would, of course, be a sensitive topic: slavery has existed in Mauritania since the 12th century, when Arab tribes from the Arabian Peninsula invaded and conquered North Africa.   Raiders then stormed African villages to the south, pillaging, enslaving and converting the indigenous peoples to Islam.
While the Koran forbids the enslavement of fellow Muslims, just as in the West, in North Africa racism trumped religious doctrine. The descendants of those Arab invaders are today’s slave owners. The descendants of those captured as slaves in jihad raids are in human bondage today.
These are, then, black Muslim slaves – who, for racist reasons, aren’t allowed to touch the Koran with their black hands, who can’t marry without their owners’ permission, and whose children belong to the master.

Not all blacks in Mauritania are slaves. But all are oppressed by Arab colonialism. Arab Berbers (or “White Africans”) constitute less than a third of Mauritania’s population of 3.5 million people, but they control the government and military, as well as the education and the court systems.
I interviewed Saidou Wane, a Mauritanian immigrant who lives in Cincinnati and speaks regularly on behalf of the Movement for Justice and Equality in Mauritania (MJEM). Saidou reports that the Mauritanian regime is constantly working to cleanse the country of any non-Arab influence.
The state recognizes only Arabic as an official language, refuses to acknowledge the local African languages (Wolof, Fulani, Soninke), and allows only French and Arabic in school curricula. In other cases, this would easily be termed “cultural cleansing.”
Indeed, it might be even worse than apartheid: The government has expropriated land owned by black Africans through expulsion and dispossession. An ethnic cleansing campaign that began in 1989 led to the expulsion of an estimated 100,000 blacks from Mauritania.
The government and army were purged of black officers. Amnesty International reported that thousands of blacks were killed, and many tortured, while hundreds of African villages in the south were demolished.
Mauritania holds the distinction of being the last nation on earth to legally abolish slavery, which it did, with no mechanisms of enforcement, in 1981. Slavery was not criminalized until 2007, but to date there has been only one single conviction.
Why hasn’t any of this been addressed by Western governments? For one, the Mauritanian regime, once a supporter of Saddam Hussein, has ingratiated itself with the United States and Europe through promises to help fight al-Qaeda. And then in December 2012, in a move that defined it as the morally bankrupt institution it is, the United Nations (U.N.) Human Rights Council elected Mauritania as its vice president and rapporteur.
What about the silence of Western progressives? I call it the “human-rights complex:” The cases that the rights groups focus upon are not determined by the nature, extent or degree of suffering by the victims, but rather by the identity of those thought to be the oppressors.
Think about it: Most human-rights advocates in the West are decent, middle-class whites who are defensive about past Western sins – slavery, colonialism, racism. Their activism is a matter of personal identity. They act to be exonerated, to be seen as innocents, guiltless, not like the “bad white” exploiters. They march under the banner of “Not in My Name.”
Anti-Israel propagandists have inverted reality in the minds of many of these people: Jews have been transformed from last century’s stateless, Asiatic, non-Europeans, to whites with power who behave badly toward innocent, impoverished, indigenous, darker-skinned people. This is precisely the taint that many “rights activists” wish to avoid: “people who look like us, behaving badly.”
Israel Apartheid Week – and the absence of Arab Apartheid Week – have nothing to do with external realities, or actual suffering but are the psychodramatic results of miseducated, manipulated, guilt-ridden, American middle-class youth.
The biggest victims here, of course, are those oppressed by non-Westerners (women, gays, Christians, blacks, and other minorities in the Muslim realm) who cannot break through the fog of political correctness to reach the good but blinded souls of American students on campus.
In 2012, CNN reporters interviewed Moulkheir Yarba, who escaped her master after he raped her, fathered her child and then left the baby to die in the Sahara Desert – to teach her to “work faster.”
If Moulkheir could understand how America, a nation of abolitionists  , has so enchained itself with political correctness, and become so blinded to her plight, she would weep. As should we.



I never liked Muhammad Ali for converting to Islam - the religion of slavery - says African woman



WHY NOT PULL DOWN THE SLAVERY FLAGS OF ISLAM AND AFRICA in addition to the Confederate flag? asks writer Daniel Greenfield. After all, Islam clearly sanctions slave ownership, and even to this day Muslims own slaves.


Most slave families in Mauritania consist of dark-skinned people whose ancestors were captured by lighter-skinned Arab Berbers centuries ago. Slaves typically are not bought and sold — only given as gifts, and bound for life. Their offspring automatically become slaves, too.



Even the United States has 60,000 slaves, a figure that is bound to grow along with the number of new immigrants from slave-owning countries

Here is a breakdown by countries:


More on Muslim slavery on BNI



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