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Islam responsible for Inquisition, Slave Trade and Spanish Terror in Americas

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Submitted by Singha (India), Oct 21, 2008 at 13:03

Some Facts:

  • Spanish churchists learnt terror from muslim moors. Their entire actions in Americas was islam in action. VS Naipaul has articulated muslim methods in the imperialist agenda of spain, something which spaniards learnt from muslim moors.
  • Muslims managed slave trade. They not only recruited slaves but also captured them.
  • Muslims invaded Spain first and occupied it as they invaded and occupied numerous other nations.
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