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Submitted by Ahlaam (Kuwait), Mar 20, 2006 at 03:11

Why watching blacks embrace Islam is quite puzzling? You may ask Black Arabs whom mothers or fathers were enslaved by Arabs. Or read their history. Or check how they are living among Arabs now. What are their rights? Are they able to rule the Arab State they are raised in? Do they want to be back in Africa? Are they happy living as one of the Arabs or one of the Muslims?
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