Islamic history Islamic Slave Trade Islamic Slavery Sudan


Here’s an excellent video that underlines yesterday’s video on the Muslim slave trade, something of which is still going on, and most importantly, it’s still on going because there hasn’t been much of a noise made about it. Talking about the history of the Muslim slave trade has been made a major taboo, because it involves the Islamic community coming to terms with their slave holding past (and present).

For Muslims to admit their hand in the slave trade, the most devastating in history, would mean for them to submit themselves to the criticism of the non-Muslim. It would also mean for them to stand in criticism of their supreme role model, Mohamed, who encouraged the taking of slaves, and according to whom, they were a god given right.

The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) has ensured that the Muslim slave trade be taken off the discussion table in the halls of the UN, as well as anti-democratic/anti-female/ sharia and their contribution to the spreading of female genital mutilation. We have to keep hitting hard at this issue, slavery and Islam are intwined with each other, Don’t forget, it’s not by coincidence or by accident that Islam means submission. KGS

H/T: Vlad

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