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Submitted by PCMadness (New Zealand), Mar 9, 2006 at 04:57

Harrak, Sorry I'm splitting hairs here. I'm just holding you to account for your comment and request a source. So far you haven't answered the question I posed. Opinion is opinion, but facts are facts, a point you seem to miss frequently. The line between fact and fiction appears very blurred in some of your repsonses.

Regardless of whether you feel my question is not relevant to the issue, it is a question posed as a result of a statement you made. So if that's the case you are going off topic. But that's beside the point.

In your post ↔ Nissim Avraham may I teach you something! [377 words] HARRAK Mar 8, 2006 11:01 you said and I quote

"1- you said: ""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. ""

No my friend, it was not the Muslims who sold the blacks. In some areas Like Bukinafaso for instance, blacks were sold by their black masters who initially captivated them from different other enemy tribes. Most of those were Pagans and Animists. In other places like nowaday Liberia they were directly captivated from surrounding tribes and sent over to the states by the white supremacists. Apartheid is not a Muslim phenomenon, I would not say Christian either, but it is a white supremacist phenomenon. All of us know the strong relationship the South African supremacist regime had with a state in the middle east...And by the way, Dick Cheney opposed the release of Neslon Mandela from his exile in the UK."

I was referring in my question to the last sentence.

You then reply in your post ↔ sources supporting what we stated for PC Madness, Dancer needs to Copy and read before paste! [221 words] HARRAK Mar 8, 2006 21:44 with

"Sources:

Dick Cheney`s opposition to equal right movements and the freeing of Nelson Mandela and his support for Apartheid:

Mr. Cheney opposed the Equal Rights Amendment, is an anti-abortion advocate, and supports prayer in school. While serving in Congress, he was one of 21 members opposing the sale ban of armor-piercing bullets; was one of only four to oppose the ban on guns that can get through metal detectors; opposed sanctions against the apartheid-era South Africa in the mid-1980s along with voting against a resolution calling for the release of Nelson Mandela; voted for a constitutional amendment to ban school busing; voted against Head Start; and voted against extending the Clean Water Act in 1987.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Dick_Cheney"

Which is again a totally different answer. Do you see where I'm heading with this? So back to the question I asked.

You said :
"And by the way, Dick Cheney opposed the release of Neslon Mandela from his exile in the UK."

When, where, show me, I'm all ears.
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