Saturday, November 19, 2016

Bill Warner PhD: Islamic Slavery in Africa

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To read an interview with Dr. Warner about his work by Dr. Jamie Glazov in the leading American publication Frontpage Magazine, kindly click on the link below:

http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=297

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To read an easy-to-understand but serious, authoritative and very informative book by Dr. Warner, Sharia Law for the non-Muslim (as a free pdf-file through the kind courtesy of the Q Society of Australia), kindly click on the link below:

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Here follows Dr. Warner`s posting Islamic Slavery in Africa, as it appears at the Political Islam site, with the original URL:

https://www.politicalislam.com/politics-of-extinction/


https://www.politicalislam.com/islamic-slavery-in-africa/

Islamic Slavery in Africa

The story of slavery that we are told never includes the role of Islam. The slaves were captured by jihadists and brought to the coast. We have a detailed record of how this took place. Prosperous regions of Africa were destroyed by the Arab slave traders. Out of the slaves that were captured, only 20% of them ever made to the pens on the coast to be sold.

There is an oddity in the language used in historical record — Arab, not Muslim. Their religion, not Islam. Raid, not jihad.

We will never understand the slave trade until we understand the Islamic slavery.

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