Arab Muslim World: Architect of Slavery in Africa: Open Letter To Nation Leader of Islam Mr. Louis Farrakhan

Arab Muslim World: Architect of Slavery in Africa: Open Letter To Nation Leader of Islam Mr. Louis Farrakhan

by MR Jean Marie S Dia

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Arab Muslim World: Architect of Slavery in Africa: Open Letter To Nation Leader of Islam Mr. Louis Farrakhan by MR Jean Marie S Dia

I wrote this book to enlighten people of the historic role the Arab Muslim world has played and continues to play in slavery. Much of the population believes that the white man started slavery in Africa a few centuries ago. I reject this assertion because the historical facts do not support it. Slavery in Africa begin long before the birth of Jesus Christ and persisted long after his death, Arab Muslim Slave trade persisted for centuries before "White Man " appeared on the horizon. The conversion to Islam of many Africans and all that it engendered such as Jihad, were the source of innumerable wars and conflict. Genocide of Black people by the Arab Muslim goes largely ignored, no one wants to talk about it, even thought it is still occurring. The used the Quran as a pretext to stage raids on their infidel, Nation leader of Islam Mr. Louis Farrakhan place everything on shoulders of the west

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ISBN-13: 9781494311612
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/17/2013
Pages: 104
Sales rank: 958,973
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

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Arab Muslim World: Architect of Slavery in Africa: Open Letter To Nation Leader of Islam Mr. Louis Farrakhan 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Auditman More than 1 year ago
While the author does provide plenty of information re: the Muslim slave trade in Africa that is not taught in US schools, the book would have been a lot better if: (a) the writing clearly shows that it was written in a different language and run through a simple, low-level translator. There are tons of grammatical and spelling errors; (b) too much repetition of facts; (c) hard to determine the outline structure. Was it chronological or by geography? Dates/times/places all jump around; (c)the open letter to Farrakan is much better written, but it veers of course and became a diatribe about the Federal Reserve System. I appreciate someone shining a light on the under-taught subject of how Muslim slavery far outstripped European slavery, but the publisher should have done a better job helping the author find a qualified editor. Muslim slavery domination is an important topic but this was such a tough read it my brain hurt at times! At least the price was inexpensive.