Updated: Jan 15, 2020

The Koran (Quran) endorsed slavery of non-Muslims. Not only did Islamics widely participate in slavery, they dominated it as the undisputed experts. Slavery preceded Mohammed in Arabia. Mohammed owned over 40 slaves, actively traded slaves, turned prisoners of war into slaves, and was a slave trade advisor. Mohammed gave his companions slaves who had been war prisoners. When Mohammed gained control of Arabia he had the power to end slavery but instead adopted and regulated it in his favor. When Mohammed’s Arabic armies reached the coast of east Africa they captured many black slaves and slavery became an important segment of their economy. The Muslim Slave Trade began in the 7th to 8th centuries as a result of Islamic conquests, a full 7 centuries before the Atlantic Slave Trade. It expanded to include slaves from Southern Europe and India and the network of countries trading slaves expanded greatly. Muslims were not commonly slaves but females were more common as sex slaves and sold to Muslim nations in North Africa. The end of the Muslim Slave Trade was in the 20th century with Islamics being the last to abolish it from European colonial pressure. The main victims of slavery were African blacks called “Zanj” which, no surprise, means “black.” Mohammed, “Allah’s Messenger,” once said “You should listen to and obey, your ruler even if he was an Ethiopian (black) slave whose head looks like a raisin.” Sahi Bukhari 9:89: 256Arabic historian Muqaddimah, of the Golden Age of Islam, said:The Negro nations (sub-Saharan Africa) are, as a rule, submissive to slavery, because Negroes have little that is human and possess attributes that are quite similar to those of dumb animals. Slavery was prominent in the three Muslim Caliphates. Slaves were used as political gifts and parts of treaties.Arab supremacy classes:1. Arab Muslim2. Non-Arab Muslim3. Non-Muslim4. Slaves The Muslim Slave Trade reached India, France, Spain, Italy, Iceland, and the British Isles.The Muslim slave overlords treated the slaves poorly resulting in occasional rebellions.The Ottoman Empire also maintained slavery, an ingrained part of Islamic society. Women and children were in high demand. Ottoman harems were sex slave harems. Ottoman Turks captured Caucasian boys to make them into soldiers. Most slaves were fully castrated and this began prominent in early Islamic history because they were deemed to be more valuable as free from sexual urges. Most slaves died from castration, so the ones that survived were of high value. Europeans began ending slavery in the 19th century, but the Ottoman Empire continued mass slavery into the 20th century. Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Yemen practiced slavery until the 1950s. In Mauritania and Sudan slavery continued much longer with Mauritania officially abolishing slavery in 1981, but in both countries it continues to this day unofficially. Slaves were sold in open auction in Libya around 2015. Mauritania waited until 2007 to criminalize slavery.Muslims were directly involved and contributed heavily to the Atlantic Slave Trade as the “experts on hand compared to the European amateurs. The Muslim slave trade existed at least 700 years before the Atlantic slave trade and ended after the Atlantic slave trade due to European colonization of Africa. The Muslim or Arab Slave trade, when compared to the Atlantic Slave trade, had massive sex slavery and castration, a preference for children, higher death rates, and racially targeted non-Muslims. Islam’s Dark History of Slavery (Whitewashed and Forgotten) video presents a concise history of Islamic slavery.


Scottsboro Boys

Ages 13 to 20, nine African American teenagers from Alabama In 1931 got in a fight with some white teenage boys on a train. After the incident, two white girls alleged that they had been raped by some of the black teens. It was not true, and in fact, the girls were prostitutes.

Two dozen teenagers, black and white, were 'hoboing' on a freight train traveling from Chattanooga to Memphis The White teenagers lost the fight and jumped or were forced off the train by the black boys and passengers. They reported that they had been attacked by a group of black teenagers to a sheriff. The sheriff deputized a posse, and stopped and searched the train at Paint Rock, Alabama, and arrested the black Americans. Two young white women also got off the train and accused the African American teenagers of rape. The case was first heard in Scottsboro, Alabama, in three rushed trials, in which the defendants received poor legal representation. All but 13-year-old Roy Wright were convicted of rape and sentenced to death, the common sentence in Alabama at the time under Southern Democrat rule of law for black men convicted of raping white women, even though medical evidence suggested that no crime was committed.

The Scottsboro boys incident drew national attention and became a landmark set of legal cases. Racism and the right to a fair trial were the key issues. A lynching mob formed before the suspects had been indicted. The juries were all-White, the trials rushed, and angry mobs disrupted proceedings. The Scottsboro boys case is historically labeled as an example of a miscarriage of justice in the United States legal system.

The Soviet-sponsored Communist party USA seized the opportunity to exploit the classic case of perceived oppression by an in-group over an out-group, in this case, white over black. If they could render support to the unfairly accused and treated black Scottsboro boys and get an appeal, they could gain a strong foothold in the black community. before Scottsboro, the Communist party USA existed in relative obscurity. but after they were successful in getting an appeal and getting at least some form of Justice, they became much more well-known and successful. From then on the Communist Party USA launched a very successful national effort in the black community to recruit members.

The Communist Party USA had played a major role in the unionized Labour movement from the 1920s on. Its membership increased during the Great Depression, and they played a key role in the Congress of Industrial Organizations.

The CPUSA subsequently declined due to events such as the Second Red Scare and the influence of McCarthyism. Its opposition to the Marshall Plan and the Truman Doctrine were unpopular, with its endorsed candidate Henry A. Wallace under-performing in the 1948 presidential election, while its support for the Soviet Union increasingly alienated it from the rest of the left in the United States in the 1960s.

Goldfield, Michael (April 20, 2009), Ness, Immanuel (ed.), "Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA)"

Harvey Klehr, John Earl Haynes, and Kyrill M. Anderson, The Soviet World of American Communism, Yale University Press (1998)

The Soviet driven Communist strategy In the United States, instead of trying to reduce racial divisions, was to increase them, to get the support and votes from blacks and other perceived oppressed minorities and labor groups. The Communist strategy demonized whites as evil oppressors and capitalists that must be overthrown in favor of a system where wealth is shared by everyone.

This Communist system, almost 100 years old in the United States, was the same system used by Obama in his community organization in Chicago. The Deep State plan was to use a perceived black man, Obama, who might not even be black at all, to manipulate the black population and other minorities, to vote for Communist candidates like himself.

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