Skip to comments.The Bravest Man In Africa?
Posted on 03/08/2019 5:02:43 PM PST by OddLane
There are few people who announce their candidacy for their countrys presidency only days after being released from prison. But anti-slavery activist and slave descendant Biram Dah Abeid is an exceptional man facing exceptional circumstances.
I am from the servile community that makes up 50 per cent of the population (of Mauritania), said Dah Obeid, a lawyer. Twenty percent of the fifty percent have been born as property of other men. We were inherited by other people.
Abeid, a prominent and fearless anti-slavery activist who has been jailed and tortured numerous times in his struggle to abolish slavery in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, was released from prison last December 31, having been incarcerated on an order from above. Only days later, he again announced his candidacy, having also run for president in Mauritanias 2014 federal election...
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The “Rev.” Al Sharpton and “Rev.” Jesse Jackson will be right over to help this fellow with the struggle and maybe work out a plan for reparations.
I believe Abeid (Abeed) translated = slave. He is probably of a family of slaves centuries old.
Where is Farrahkhan when his bruthas need him?
So do the natives take a knee at sports arenas when their anthem is played?
Yes, plus, Mohammed, as David Wood has repeatedly pointed out, was a virulent, African-hating racist.
“I believe Abeid (Abeed) translated = slave.”
In Modern Standard Arabic, Abdul is slave (e.g. Abdullah - slave of Allah). Coincidentally, Abd, the root of Abdul (slave), is also a common Arabic term for black people.
But there are many local dialects of Arabic, and Arabic has more words for slave and the many different gradations of servitude than any other major language.
Kind of how Eskimos (Innuit) have many different words for variations snow and ice, and Hawaiians have many for the different states and types of lava.
Word on the street is Mad Mo referred to black people as ‘raisin heads’. A Racist @astard
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Lots of words for family/relatives that we don't have either. Cultures see the world through through their ability to measure and express...
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