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Slavery is realy part of Islam

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Submitted by F.Shawki (United States), Oct 8, 2005 at 23:37

"Concubinage, forced labor, indentured servitude, slavery – these deep problems are nowhere near being addressed in the Gulf region, much less solved. Indeed, one prominent Saudi theologian has gone so far as to state that "Slavery is a part of Islam" and whoever says it should be abolished "is an infidel." So long as such attitudes can be articulated publicly, without censure, abuses are certain to continue".

What is this man said about slavery in Islam is true and it has a strong base in Islam.

But what you said about Christianity and Judaism is not true that they have agree on slavery in the past and now changed.

The bible did not tell the Christians or the Jewish to take slaves.
It was act of individuals only.
Islam allow smoslims to have slaves specially of the infidels.
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