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If the king of pop converts to Islam

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Submitted by Nissim Avraham (Canada), Mar 7, 2006 at 18:05

One just has to remind the black people of America that it was Muslem slave merchants who brought them and sold them for slavery in the first place.

Second in the Koran and in the Arabic language there is no word identifying black people other than Slave. (Abid) In hebrew they are recognized as early as king David as "Kushi" a person orgininated from "Cush land" ,or Africa. Today too, black slaves are captured and sold in Sudan and black Americans do not see that.
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