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race doesnt matter

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Submitted by tamer (United Kingdom), Sep 5, 2007 at 13:17

race doesnt matter in islam, infact, the first prayer was called by a black man and there are plenty of black muslims in africa, im african myself but i live in london, and if you want to talk about slaves, the black tribes in africa sold there own people into the slave industry so if you hate every race included in slavery you should hate black people right ? im not justifying slavery because im black an i understand it woz disgusting.

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