Islamic Slavery


If Islam is such a “religion of peace”, why is itthat it spreads misery and ruin to those inside and outside that belief system. Whey is it, that, in a land where the most respected seat of Islamic learning has rested for hundreds of years, al-Azhar, yet the local population “keeps misinterpreting the mohammedan ideology all wrong”?
The answer is a simple one, they’re not getting it all wrong, and thanks to the internet, those directly afflicted by the Islamic curse have an avenue to speak out, and to show the world what the “ROP” is doing to them, and most likely has been doing to them ever since Islam washed up on the shores of Egypt. KGS
Islamic slavery still goes on

“Since the Christmas Eve Massacre on January 6,2010, when six Copts were killed and nine seriously injured by Muslims in a drive-by shooting outside a church in Nag Hammadi (AINA 1-7-2010), the Coptic Patriarchate in Cairo has become a Mecca for oppressed Copts from all over Egypt…
Last week a group of nearly 50 Coptic men from the village of Azeem in Samalout, Minya province, came to expose “slavery-related” practices against Copts by certain radical Muslim families in their village. They called on human rights organizations for support…
Bassem Shehata, 25, an IT graduate who attended the rally at the Patriarchate, said in an aired interview with Coptic activist Wagih Yacoub “We live in utter slavery. If Copts, some of whom are landowners, disobey orders of the big Muslim families, they are flogged.” Bassem said that last year his 14-year-old brother Shenouda was tied by members of a Muslim family to a pole, beaten and tortured in front of his father just because the father did not lend them his tractor. “Each time my father begged for mercy for his child, he was also beaten.”
… Bassem said that young Christians work without pay on Muslim land. “I had to go because I was afraid they would harm my father.”

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