Black Slavery exists today in Muslim-dominated African nations, because slavery is established in Sharia law: Reliance of the Traveller, k.32.0.

Black Slavery exists today in Muslim-dominated African nations, because slavery is established in Sharia law: Reliance of the Traveller, k.32.0.

Black slavery is rampant in these Muslim-dominated African countries, but no one is talking about it.

 

Dr. Charles Jacobs

 

Today, an estimated 529,000 to 869,000 black men, women and children are still slaves. They are bought, owned, sold, and traded by Arab and Muslim masters in five African countries. This statistic estimates those enslaved in Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, and Sudan. It excludes Nigeria, for which there are no tangible estimates.

Western human rights organizations and the mainstream media are practically and painfully silent on this matter. It does not fit with their focus on Western white sin. Here is a brief survey of this quasi-taboo topic.