Right up front:
No this is not about some secular Blk so-called-Israelite messianism that seems to be prevalent today Most of which I see as people who have yet to get there heart right with G-d and then with themselves. Honestly that is as bad or worse than some of the ilk in the Messianic christology groups. That divisive sect and the ideology is totally irrelevant to this discussion site So not to be harsh about the Messes out there,...but foolishness is not what this is about. What it is about, is you finding your original place in Biblical history and hopefully the light will come on for some folks that there original religious perspective was and really is the Hebrew way and lifestyle...
...the Middle East lagged a century behind America in terms of slavery . Bahrain had only abolished its slave trade in 1937; Kuwait, 1947; Qatar, 1952; Yemen, 1962; the United Arab Emirates, 1963; Oman, 1970.
Saudi Arabia had officially abolished slavery, but still possessed a slave population of 300,000 and executed its captured runaways.
In July 1965, a United Nations report revealed that King Ibn Sa’ud still possessed hundreds of slaves.
More challenging than the crimes of kings and nation-states was the existence of racial inequality at the very core of the Prophet Mohammad himself owning black slaves.
Classical Shi’a texts quoted Ali as warning against marriage with black people, since they were a “distorted creation,” and an 18th-century Maliki jurist had said that only unbelievers would claim that the Prophet was black.
In stories still included in the Saudi books today, pre-Islamic goddesses such as al-Uzza are portrayed as deranged black women, pulling out their hair in grief when their idols are smashed.
It is way past time to clean this up.
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