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Reader comment on item: Silent Terror: A Journey into Contemporary African Slavery
in response to reader comment: Give us some hope!

Submitted by baba (United States), Nov 12, 2007 at 14:11

though there is sufficient proof of the atrocities affecting the peoples of the sudan/mauritania there will always be denial on the part social/religious sympathizers.

In recorded chronology africans have always been attacked and forced into another culture for one reason or another and due to lack of ability to absorb a defensive posture intellectual/cultural or otherwise they are being secretively/politically assimilated into a society which is spiritually against them,and what makes matters worse is that many of them do not realize this fact.

I hope and pray that soon in time all opressed africans begin to realize the unaltered truth and embrace all which is healthy for them.


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