As the left tries to draw the line of demarcation for the second American Civil War in the week since Charlottesville, history is being rewritten to tarnish whites as inherently evil, while ignoring the fact that Arabs started the slave trade and Muslims continue to hold 27 million Africans as slaves today. Islam and Islamic Supremacy has always been the true threat to a free world, and if the left cared about slavery or oppression, they would be addressing the very serious issues.
A brief history of slavery that the leftist-controlled American school system will not tell students: the largest concentration of slaves (and the name slave) comes from the Eastern European Slavic people, who were captured by Algerian Muslims well into the 19th century. Nearly all civilizations held slaves, and on American shores, that included Aztecs, Mayans, and Native Americans (who were actually allowed to keep their African-American slaves after the Civil War). The oldest known written reference to slavery is the Hammurabi Code, which is an ancient Babylonian set of laws from Mesopotamia. Egyptians followed this code while using labor from the enslaved Jewish race to build monuments, such as the tourist destination known as the Great Pyramids.
The slave trade originated with Arabs, and when Islam overtook the region, slavery became a bedrock of the Quran. Both sexual slavery and forced servitude are still prevalent today in Muslim society. Mohammed was an owner and trader of both (Bukhari 34:351), and like any good Muslim, his followers are encouraged to live as he did. At the dawn of the first millennium, Muslim societies grew in such a manner that the natural slave population could not procreate fast enough to meet the demand, therefore Muslims were the first people to import slaves from other races and regions to fill the demand for slave labor. Despite Muslim scholars promising Islamic slavery was never cruel, Islamic treatment of slaves was so horrific historically that it has prompted many uprisings; one that lives in infamy is the Zanj Rebellion, which was a fourteen-year insurrection between Muslims and their slaves.
The Quran refers to all slaves as ma malakat aymanukum (meaning “that which the right hand owns”), while sharia law today for the most part only uses that reference for slaves captured in war. Nonetheless, the effect is the same: a person who is owned by another. Islamic Supremacy mandates that only non-Muslims can be kept as slaves, and the Quran specifically lays out that slaves are not worth the same in the eyes of Allah as a free person in verse 16:75:
“Allah sets forth the Parable (of two men: one) a slave under the dominion of another; He has no power of any sort; and (the other) a man on whom We have bestowed goodly favours from Ourselves, and he spends thereof (freely), privately and publicly: are the two equal? (By no means;) praise be to Allah.”
Sexual slavery is heavily referenced in the Quran and hadiths. There are four separate Quran verses for instructing Muslims how to keep their sex slaves, but zero verses instructing followers to pray (Quran 4:24; 8:69; 23:5-6; 33:50). After Mohammed and his men killed rival men in battle, their women were taken as sex slaves and raped with the permission of Allah (Bukhari 62:137). In modern-day America, Georgetown University Professor and American-born Muslim convert Jonathan Brown makes good use of his Islamic fellowship salary funded by Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal by lecturing students on how it was a “privilege” to be a slave in the Muslim world. As for non-consensual sex, Brown stated that, “[f]or most of human history, human beings have not thought of consent as the essential feature of morally correct sexual activity.” The lecture can be viewed in its entirety here.
Brown isn’t the only American contemporary advocating the positives of sharia-compliant slavery. In Austin, Texas, at an Islamic Relief (IR) fundraiser in 2016, Abdul Nasir Jangda stated that, “Slavery in Islam… is vastly different and superior morally and spiritually to the atrocious, obscene, and vile Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.” It is important to note that Jangda was born and raised in Houston, Texas. His colleague, Hussain Kamani, was also at the same dinner and stated that, “If a person wishes to fulfil his desires, his common desires, there are only two ways he can fulfill these desires where he will not be held responsible for it. … The first thing is that he fulfills his desires with a spouse. The second thing is that he fulfills his desires with a female slave that belongs to him.”
While the United States abolished slavery two centuries ago at the demands of its own citizens, Saudi Arabia and Yemen didn’t follow suit until 1962, and that was only under pressure from the British government. Oman eliminated slavery in 1970. African countries under majority Muslim control such as Chad, Niger, Mali and Sudan have at millions of slaves today according to the United Nations. Although Mauritania technically outlawed slavery in 2007, there is still a large population of slaves under Islamic control currently. Regions like India and Pakistan are also rife with Islamic sex slaves, but get little to no media attention.
If anyone fighting against Trump cared about slavery or true oppression, they would be fighting for the people who are slaves under Islamic rule today and fighting against the Islamists who are trying to make the West sharia-compliant. But we already know the left isn’t fighting against Trump to ensure equality for minorities today; the left wants revenge for perceived wrongs they feel their ancestors endured at the hands of whites, thanks to the false leftist narrative being pushed by the mainstream media. Later this week, we will have a more in-depth article detailing the horrors of modern day human trafficking in Islamic countries, including the extremely disturbing and under-reported sector of child camel jockeys. Please stay tuned for ways you can raise awareness and help combat the horrors of Islamic Supremacy.