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Here are some books you can get the information from, Kashif

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Submitted by Lactantius Jr. (United Kingdom), Mar 26, 2007 at 05:32

To Kashif

Here are some books which supply the information you ask for. They document slavery in modern times in Islamic countries, and are all available from Amazon books. "Slavery and Muslim Society in Africa: The Institution in Saharan and Sudanic Africa and the trans-Saharan Trade" Allan George Barnard Fisher and Humphrey John Fisher Published by C.Hirst 1970 "The Slave Trade Today" by Sean O'Callaghan, published in 1961. "Slaves and Slavery in Muslim Africa" two volumes .London: Frank Cass, 1985 £28:00 vol 1. "Islam and the Ideology of Slavery", xi+267pp., ISBN 0714631426; vol 2 "The Servile Estate", xi+198 pp., ISBN 0714632015 John Ralph Willis (ed) Please let us have your comments when you have read them.

With kind regards Lactantius Jr.

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