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Submitted by Toufic Hanny Zahabi (Bahrain), Jan 27, 2009 at 00:42

naturally you deem to be your own audience!! slaves in the middle east!! i am currently working in the middle east, and have been moving around the emirates as well, i see no sign of slavery!! to cut a long story short! please prove your references! cause it keeps me wondering, did you write all those books about facts?? i would appreciate it you could provide me with the evidence of what you deem to concrete proof!

OOOOh i must admit i love the secret part!! hahahaaha where on earth did you get that fact!? based on what? lemme guess? word of mouth? your ancestor lived in those days and carried the message down to you?? i am afraid what you just mentioned is utter nonsense! arabic in genral is a complex language, i read and understand arabic very fluently and never had a problem with the Holy Book when reading (which happens to be often). then again i ask, where is the reference to that fact? the scholars provide answers to the Holy book! i havent come across a single chapter of all 22 years that revolves around one word? then again where is your fact?

Noone is every forced and i will challenge you and any scholar to that fact!! it is totally not acceptable regardless of the effort!! dont confuse religion with the cultural requirements in many countries!! just because someone is dressed like a muslim doesnt mean they are!!! no such thing as forcibly conversion!! none what so ever!! it has always been through discussion and that is how people are accpeted into religion!! is when they full heartedly and openly announce it without pressure from anyone!! then again which book are you referring too? which historian?

Mohammed didnt own a single slave, and when one was sent to him, he would free them as bilal was freed and ask to be the first person to call for prayers!!! Muhammed, asked a freed slave to be the first person to call for islamic prayers, to signfy many things, like there is no such thing as inferiority amongst the human race!! then again, where is your proof!! which book?

mind you i am very keen on finding out myself and would really appreciate it if you do have those references!! cause as far as i am concerned, you have just ranted and raved, pointed the finger and sat aside!!!! provide me with the proof and i shall provide you with as many as you require!!

if you are truly the type that researches, please please provide me with those facts!!

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