History Of Arab Slave Trade

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By Home Team History, January 4, 2019

Arabs invaded north Africa in the 7th century, entering through Egypt of Arab tribes Ak , Ghafik and converted Roman soldiers and Persian soldiers, stating “Allah will help you”. The Arab invasion formed a fortress of slavery of Africans. See lasting legacy in Mauritania.

In northern part of Africa lay the great Roman empire, prior to its forebear Greek empire or whatever, invasions into Africa called Punic wars etc Slavery was an ever present feature of the empires and many people fell prey to it. Slavery was embedded in empire cultures throughout.

  1. Captured as losers of a battle
  2. piracy
  3. trades
  4. offspring of enslaved mothers
  5. force subjugation
  6. cruelty
  7. invasions
Slave owner, an Arab decent in Mauritania

I do not know of a Jewish scholar scoffing at Arab slavers, it is not concrete if Jewish people have Arab heritage from the Arab world. What is the reason for reference to a particular Jewish scholar on slavery of Sudanese by Arabs.

The Arab slave trade was 700 years prior to European slavery and lasted longer than European slave trade. Arab slavery of African victims is endemic and has weakened Africans worldwide. Obviously both Arabic Islam and Europe Judeo-christianity did not help Africans. Both groups, Arabs and Europeans used religion as tools to capture and destroy Africans., in trade and in economic development of their own countries.

Home Team did not mention castration of the African males captured as eunuchs to Arab harems.

Righteous Arab prays Allah to capture and sell Africans for profit and sex slavery. After heinous crimes, back to prayer.

And still a huge problem today in Arab countries including captured Africa’s northern territories. How to do to Arabs and their allies?

  1. Stop Islam and do not use their religion
  2. Stop trading with them
  3. Get northern Africa back to Africa
  4. Sanctions
  5. Complain to the human right court systems both in Africa and internationally.
  6. Make retributions

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