Although, Sertima clearly stated that millions of Europeans had been made slaves and brought to North Africa.
Yes, I didn't hear or understand. It is difficult for me to understand a non-native-English-speaker talking English. That's why I'm reading the book instead of listening to palestras...
And... I mentioned. What's the problem?
I saw the video and still can't find the answer to your own question. So insted of playing games with me, be straightforward and answer to your own question:
-"Do you know what the european christians were up to, or doing at that time?" - Please tell me...
It is frustrating reading about Arabs. Arab is a term for anyone who talk Arabic. I don't know if they were Black or Caucasians. In that article says that many of the slave traders were Black Africans.
Thank you. I will check that.
But I'm reading the second half of the book and Blacks were also enslaved in North Africa. Altough the slave trade of the Moors was very 'generous' in comparison to what Europeans did years later. But a slave is still a slave.
America is a land with sooo racism, racial stereotypes, racist origins, racial obsession. I thinks it is insane that a Mulatto (one parent white/one parent black) see himself as only a Black man. Unfortunatly in America (and in other countries too) it is the society who tells who...
Yes. I know what the mainstream historians teach. Now I'm looking into the 'real thing'. I've watched Booker T. Coleman talking about the subject before, though.
Yes. European Dark Age, I know about that.
I quoted Sertima in the post. I'm refering to the people who conquered the Iberian...
I'm reading The Golden Age of the Moor (Ivan Van Sertima) and right at the beggining he said this:
"The Muslim brought millions of Europeans over the North African ports of Sale, Tangier, Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli, Fez and Marrakesh and some of the northen Egyptian towns. One...
I don't think we should define a whole group of people with just one word. It's kind nonsense. White people are so different, has more to do with the country that they're in than the color of their skin. Peace