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Our dear Amah and racism

Reader comment on item: Black Soldiers in Early Muslim Armies
in response to reader comment: The Quraysh , Mohammed's Tribemen, were and still are, Blac people.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 25, 2016 at 13:26

>Isn't it true that the original Arabs were and still are black people, too?

No sane Arab would agree with you.Also al-Mu'rikheen al-Arab (Arab historians) would not agree with you A black person to your so called prophet was no more than a Barbari or 'Abd or slave!

The Arabs? Syrians called them in Syro-Aramaic tayayye or Bedouins Not unlike the nomads that you see them wandering the deserts of the ME

Go and read a real history book Ya Amah

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