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Published on Mar 15, 2011

TWELVE TRIBES OF ISRAEL, Lost Tribes of israel...
Judah - so called Negroes YES NEGROES ONLY BANTUS BA CONGO zabach, polight, sara suten seti, DR ali Muhammad, IUIC, Teaching Hispanics, Why we left GMS ? 14 streets israelites, HARDROCKTRUTH, GMS, thegmswalkntalk8, ISUPK, sanetertv, Yahanna,
Benjamin - so called West Indians thehouseofisrael45th
Levi - so called Haitians
Simeon - so called Dominicans
Zebulon - Guatemala to Panama
Ephraim - so called Puerto Ricans
Manasseh- so called Cubans
Gad - N.American Indians
Reuben - Seminole Indians
Napthali - Argentina to Chile
Asher - Colombia to Uruguay
Issachar - Mexicans
[ according to the BIBLE, you are what your father is, and your father's father, and his father; so forth and so on; by way of "seed of compulation"]

-Genesis 49:19 KJV
-Isaiah 65:11-12 KJV
-The Apocrypha (2nd Esdras chap 13)
-James Adair's History of the American Indians (1775)
*COMING SOON: The Church Industry
I told a Sister I would work on something, I'm on it now, sorry to have kept you waiting.

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lavery has been rife throughout all of ancient history. Most, if not all, ancient civilizations practiced this institution and it is described (and defended) in early writings of the Sumerians, Babylonians, and Egyptians. It was also practiced by early societies in central America and Africa. (See Bernard Lewis's work Race and Slavery in the Middle East1 for a detailed chapter of the origins and practices of slavery.)

The Qur'an prescribes a humanitarian approach to slavery -- free men could not be enslaved, and those faithful to foreign religions could live as protected persons, dhimmis, under Muslim rule (as long as they maintained payment of taxes called Kharaj and Jizya). However, the spread of the Islamic Empire resulted in a much harsher interpretation of the law. For example, if a dhimmis was unable to pay the taxes they could be enslaved, and people from outside the borders of the Islamic Empire were considered an acceptable source of slaves.

Although the law required owners to treat slaves well and provide medical treatment, a slave had no right to be heard in court (testimony was forbidden by slaves), had no right to property, could marry only with permission of their owner, and was considered to be a chattel, that is the (moveable) property, of the slave owner. Conversion to Islam did not automatically give a slave freedom nor did it confer freedom to their children. Whilst highly educated slaves and those in the military did win their freedom, those used for basic duties rarely achieved freedom. In addition, the recorded mortality rate was high -- this was still significant even as late as the nineteenth century and was remarked upon by western travelers in North Africa and Egypt.

Slaves were obtained through conquest, tribute from vassal states (in the first such treaty, Nubia was required to provide hundreds of male and female slaves), offspring (children of slaves were also slaves, but since many slaves were castrated this was not as common as it had been in the Roman empire), and purchase. The latter method provided the majority of slaves, and at the borders of the Islamic Empire vast number of new slaves were castrated ready for sale (Islamic law did not allow mutilation of slaves, so it was done before they crossed the border). The majority of these slaves
Black Africans were transported to the Islamic empire across the Sahara to Morocco and Tunisia from West Africa, from Chad to Libya, along the Nile from East Africa, and up the coast of East Africa to the Persian Gulf. This trade had been well entrenched for over 600 years before Europeans arrived, and had driven the rapid expansion of Islam across North Africa.

By the time of the Ottoman Empire, the majority of slaves were obtained by raiding in Africa. Russian expansion had put an end to the source of "exceptionally beautiful" female and "brave" male slaves from the Caucasians -- the women were highly prised in the harem, the men in the military. The great trade networks across north Africa were as much to do with the safe transportation of slaves as other goods. Sanetertv


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