The Doctrine of Slavery

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The Islamic doctrine of slavery is found in the Koran and the life-example of Mohammed. You must know the Islamic doctrine of slavery before you can understand slavery.

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The Doctrine of Slavery

The modern historical theory of slavery is that white men brought Africans to the Western hemisphere, where they were sold for profit and put to work as slaves. The modern theory is true as far as it goes, but it does not go nearly far enough. Slavery goes far beyond the 300-year period when whites bought slaves from the Muslim wholesalers on the West coast of Africa. For 1400 years Islam waged jihad in Africa, India and Europe to enslave non-Muslims. Islam ran the slave markets, not only on the West coast of Africa, but in North Africa and East Africa.

The foundation for this business was the Islamic doctrine that makes slavery a moral virtue. Mohammed’s example established the way to be the perfect slave trader and slave owner. He sold slaves he captured to finance jihad. Islam has a highly detailed doctrine of slavery. The Doctrine of Slavery is a fascinating study of the ideology that supported the world’s largest slave culture and still sells slaves today.

6″ x 9″ Paperback
72 Pages

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Weight .28 lbs
Dimensions 6 x .25 x 9 in





6″ x 9″ Paperback

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1 review for The Doctrine of Slavery

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    By Martha Teklu on November 24, 2013

    This book explains the position of Islam in regards to slavery. Many Muslims tell me that Islam is a religion of equality and freedom. But after reading this book, I very well able to understand the position that the Quran held. The Arab mentality is a derivative of their Book on the issue of slavery, kafir and the non-believers and this book explains the whole background. I really enjoyed reading this book. The book wad delivered right away in an excellent condition.

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