Segment of 1960s documentary on the Muslim slave trade as it was then, and probably now

In the second segment there are errors. The Koran is not anti slavery nor is Islam. In fact, Mohamed would brag about his prowess in making deals in the slave trade and owned quite a few. Today, the Islamic Republic of Mauritania still has wide open slave markets just as we see in the top segment from the 1960s.

Someone please post a link to the entire documentary if it is online.

H/T revolteseneurope

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5 Responses to Segment of 1960s documentary on the Muslim slave trade as it was then, and probably now

  1. Hi
    Thank you for posting the video.
    here is a 2nd segment of the documentary about muslim slavery in Mecca that we’ve just finished to sub-titled in french :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=bzOZI_zASOU

    You can find the entire documentary here :
    http://www.kushiteempire.com/search/?search_id=islam&search_type=search_videos&x=0&y=0

    Regards
    Robin
    http://revoltes-en-europe.over-blog.com/

  2. mr.blobby says:

    In the first segment at around 5.05, check out the jazzy vibes on the soundtrack as the vile Islamic savage has a feel of his new black slave. It sounds like the music from clips of strip joints in Soho in London from the 50s…in that respect, the music is probably highly appropriate…

  3. Doc Holiday says:

    Here is the Link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ4JKltYxYs.

    It is a very good documentary. It is Italian. Made in 1964.

  4. Doc Holiday says:

    PS. The link is the complete documentary

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