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alkebulanite.king Here are various traditional Islamic historical sources documenting the fact that the Arab's idea of the perfect man, Muhammad, was a child molester who proposed marriage to a six year old girl, Aisha, and CONSUMATED (sex) that marriage when she was nine. His obsession with young virgins is the reason the muslim's view of heaven is a place where every man gets 72 virgins. Pedophilia is a central tradition in Islam and especially includes the molestation of young boys.

Stop telling people this child molester Muhammad was Black and that Islam is the Black man's religion. It is not. Leave Islam to the pale Arabs, let them venerate a pedophile as their prophet. Let us return to Afrakan spirituality!

Below is the evidence from Islamic historical sources documenting this pedophile founder of Islam:

Sahih al-Bukhari 3896—Narrated Hisham’s father: Khadija died three years before the Prophet departed to Al-Madina. He stayed there for two years or so and then he wrote the marriage (wedding) contract with Aishah when she was a girl of six years of age, and he consummated that marriage when she was nine years old.

Sahih al-Bukhari 5158—Narrated Urwa: The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with Aisha while she was six years old and consummated his marriage with her while she was nine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. till his death). Sahih Muslim 3310—Aisha reported: Allah’s Apostle married me when I was six years old, and I was admitted to his house when I was nine years old.

Sahih Muslim 3311—Aisha reported that Allah’s Apostle married her when she was seven years old, and she was taken to his house as a bride when she was nine, and her dolls were with her; and when he (the Holy Prophet) died she was eighteen years old.

Sunan Abu Dawud 2116—Aishah said: The Apostle of Allah married me when I was seven years old. (The narrator Sulaiman said: Or six years.) He had intercourse with me when I was nine years old.
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biggjay29 "Knowledge speaks, wisdom listens." Having diarrhea of the mouth does not make you knowledgeable. #StopTalking #ShutUp #KnowTheLedge #7 15h

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acknowledgechris #acknowledge #knowtheledge #acknowledgektl #josephprince I think Joseph might be the Asian Donnie Osmond...... 17h

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alkebulanite.king Re-Examining the So-Called Slave Trade
Part Two: European Enslavement of Afrakans

This originated with the Greco-Christian rape of Aksummite queens around 300 ce. Since the Aksummites were matriarchal, this allowed the Greek-Syrian Christians to usurp the Aksummite throne. This began a minority of mixed-raced elites in Aksum that controlled the Black majority of Aksum. These mixed-raced elites, later referring to themselves as the Solomonic Dynasty, were the first half-races to enslave Afrakans, which they sold to Greco-Syrian Christians and Yemeni Jews.

This raping of queens, as you see in my last post with the Arab rape of Somali queens, is a typical tactic of Christian-Islamic war in matriarchal Afraka. In fact, this tactic was invented by the Hebrews and documented in their books. If you read the bible and not just worship it, you will see it is a war manual for the conquest of Matriarchal Afrakans through rape as seen in the Song of Solomon where he has sex with Queen of Sheba after tricking her and gives her a child. This is nothing less than rape. Despite having hundreds of wives, he doesn't marry her because that would give her respect and the biblical manual insists on impregnating the Afrakan but not respecting her. The child then becomes the ruler of Sheba and they adopt Solomon's culture and denounce ever having a female ruler again.

After the rise of Islam, Christian enslavement of Afrakans was reduced until around the late 15th-century and the European capture of Afrakans on the coast who were sent back to Europe to be enslaved. With the European colonization of the Americas, they formalized the enslavement of Afrakans in 1501 as their primary source for slave labor.

We know from the accounts of the 16th-century Kongo King Affonso, who became Christian and could write Portuguese, that he opposed slavery and requested that the Portuguese stop sending gunmen into his country to take captives. His pleas were ignored and the Kongo became essentially a vassal state for Portuguese pillaging for captives.
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  •   alkebulanite.king What must be understood here is that the slave raiding was not conducted by Afrakan kings, but by the Europeans. This was also the case in the Benin Kingdom. However, the Benin Kingdom was afraid and passive and allowed the Portuguese to come in and enslave their neighbors.

    The fear of European guns and cannons is what allowed the Europeans to build huge forts (that also acted as slave dungeons) along the Afrakan coasts. Not one of these forts were built or controlled by Afrakans. Many Afrakans were then forced to be compliant with aiding the Europeans in captive raiding out of fear that they would use their cannons to bomb their cities (as the Europeans did in Mombasa in 1440). Even if they moved their cities away from the coast, the jungle coast--if bombed--would create a forest fire that would be difficult to contain and could easily burn up to three hundred of miles inland.

    Thus, we have to understand the context of whatever extent there was of Afrakan cooperation with European slave-raiders. It was really not an option at the time.

    In addition, we have to remember that the majority of Afrakans remained rebellious of European enslavement. These rebels were the primary source of captives, not war captives between Afrakan kingdoms. A primary example is King Almammy of Senegal in 1781, who blatantly refused to allow captives being sold into slavery. The French then had him killed and his kingdom overrun. 18h
  •   alkebulanite.king The only reason we believe in the Slave-Trade (despite all the evidence) is because this is what Europeans tell us. All of the documents that were written by Afrakans, such as King Affonso of the Kongo, say that the Afrakan kings opposed it. Yet, we ignore this and listen to the European's version. Why would he say differently? We also cannot rely on the oral testimony of modern continental Afrakans who support the Europeans' version. These people are removed from it by 150 years and were not there. They have been colonized all this time and brainwashed to agree with anything the European teaches. Many of them even create fake lineages to Greeks in order to validate themselves!

    Thus, our only real source of evidence about the nature of the "slave raiding" is to look to the few documents written by Afrakans and the Afrakan artifacts describing it. For example, we can see from the sculpture of the Benin Kingdom, that the Portuguese were not passive merchants waiting at the coast for Afrakans to "sell" them war captives. We see countless depictions of Portuguese (characterized by long hair, high boots, beards, and heavy shirts) holding rifles. In the photo accompanying this post, we can see the Portuguese gunmen in Benin Kingdom standing on top of a replica of the Benin palace. This is a clear statement about who is in control of the palace. It also supports the reality that the Portuguese gunmen were the primary slaveraiders (and not just "buyers") in Afraka.

    However, most of us will continue repeating the simplified and inaccurate account of "Slave Trading" that Europeans promote and will not investigate more heavily to reveal the lack of evidence of any large-scale "trading" that was not dominated by European gunmen simply raiding Afrakan towns and even releasing canon bombs from their many large forts on the coast.

    Don't let your enemy define your history. 18h

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alkebulanite.king Re-examining the So-Called Slave Trade
Part One: Arab enslavement of Afrakans

This originated with the Arab rape of Somali royal women in the late 7th-century. At this time the Somali were matriarchal; thus, the Arab was able to usurp the throne through raping the queens.

The result was a minority of mixed-raced Arab dynasty who ruled over the pure Black Somali majority who are not of Arab descent. This continues til this day. Many Somali today believe they are all of Arab lineage, but they are not; only the small royal elite.

These mixed Arab princes would then conduct raids inland and capture Afrakan people and enslave them for their fathers in Arabia. This practice was later continued by the Arab-Sudanese (16th-century) and Omani Arabs in 18th-century East Afraka. Prior to this, no "slaves" came from Sudan or the Swahili Coast. The Arab-Somali, Arab-Sudanese, and Omani-Zanzibari are the capturers of over 90% of the Afrakans enslaved by Arabs and later sold to Persia and Moghul-India.

What is key here is that these were not real Afrakans enslaving Afrakans, These were mixed Arab minority elites living in Afraka and enslaving Afrakans.

As for the so-called trans-Saharan "slave trade" it is largely mythological. If you believe they can successfully transport millions of people walking across 2,000 miles of desert, then you are the fool they've been waiting for. Even if they wanted to, these people are supposedly WALKING in chains, not on a boat, they would die before making it. The entire myth of "trans-Saharan" slavery was invented to explain the Black presence still in North Afraka. Those people are indigenous to North Afraka. Most of them that were enslaved were captured there in their homeland, not from West Afraka.
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alkebulanite.king The Manding language is the language of the Ancient Mali empire that is still spoken in numerous West African countries. Each region has its own dialect and name for their dialect (such as Bamana, Mandinka, Jula, Malinke, etc), but these are mutually intelligible (they can all understand each other) and so they do not qualify as separate languages but dialects.

When the first Manding writing system was invented is unclear, but was definitely used in Mali during the golden age of the Wagadu Empire (300 ce-1100 ce). However, with the dominance of Islam in Mali by the late 1200s, the Arabic language and script took precedence as the lingua franca of religion and trade. The Manding script became very marginalized and was then only used by a small group of Bamana scribes. By the late 1800s, Islam was adopted by the majority of Bamana and the script became forgotten, leaving the Vai script of the Mende in Sierra Leone as the only surviving cousin of the Manding script.

This was until the 1940s when Souleymane Kante began to restore the lost script. He reduced its numerous characters (which were more similar to the Vai script) and made it easier to learn. He named it N'ko which means "I say" in Manding. He wrote numerous books on science and philosophy in Manding N'ko, including a complete translation of the Quran. Because of his devotional restoration and improvement of the lost script, Kante is often misunderstood as the "inventer" of the ancient script when in truth he is only the restorer of it.

Today, Manding N'ko continues to thrive and is written and read to some degree in much of West Africa, particularly in Guinea, Mali, Cote D'Ivoire, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Gambia. (photo of a book written in the Manding N'ko, demonstrating the region of Afraka where Manding N'ko is written and read).
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  •   kovideo uber cool image! Keep up the great effort 22h

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alkebulanite.king In any basic history lesson, the Italian Sailor/explorer Christopher Columbus has a famous name as the discoverer of the new world. Till date, this has been of global acceptance as for over 500 years. Education has been in the hands of the Europeans, who many believe imposed what profited them while scorning or amending what did not.

As the waves of knowledge keep spreading, the acclaimed achievements of a number of “European” expeditions are now being observed with scepticism. One of such expeditions is the true ownership to the discovery of America.

Citing the book written by the famous Egyptian scholar, Ibn Fadi Al-Umari in 1342, there were two large voyages across the Atlantic Ocean preceding that of Columbus. Both Expeditions were pioneered by one man, Abubakari or to give him his rightful name, Mansa (King) Abubakari II.

In the time of the Malian Empire, the general conception was that on the other end of the Atlantic lied the end of the world. This delusion took its roots from then primitive Europe. Abubakari on the other hand was far from convinced. If the Niger had its beginning and its end, then the Atlantic Ocean must have its end with people living on its shores. He also felt this could be a sea root to Mecca.

With the quest for knowledge burning in him, Abubakari sent out 200 ships. Their duty was to sail across the Atlantic, with the aim of finding out what lied beyond. It was recorded that only one of the ships returned. Its captain claiming to have turned around when he saw the other ships disappear into the wild ocean.

Abubakari was not convinced by the captain’s testimony. This further increased his thirst to discover what lied on the other end of the Ocean.
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  •   alkebulanite.king 13th century Mali was a centre of excellence in Abubakari’s time, though reaching its peak after his era with Timbuktu having the second oldest University at that time with students numbering more than that of the University of New York. Courses such as mathematics, geography, history, astronomy, chemistry as well as Islamic studies flourished in Timbuktu. Mali was a center for trade, the exact spot to meet all who made the world spin. With the aid of the ship builders from Egypt and Mali, Abubakari built ships off the coast of Senegambia. His ships were 2000 in number. With this, he was to use to discover the end of the ocean. Abubakari was no coward. He insisted on accompanying the ships across the ocean.

    In the year 1311, Abubakari abdicated his thrown to Mansa Musa. Not a son of his (contrary to contemporary literature). Abubakari equipped 1000 of his ships with the finest men, sorcerers, physicians, sailors and navigators. Every ship had supply ship attached to it. The number of ships totalled 2000. The other 1000 ships were loaded with foodstuffs, drugs, fruits and drinks to last his team for 2yrs. It was believed that Abubakari arrived on the other end of the Atlantic in the year 1312. Proof of the Malian expedition can be noted in the names given to places in Haiti as the Malians renamed places after themselves. Examples of such are Mandinga Port, Mandinga Bay and Sierre de Mali.

    Lots of other proof abound and many more keep unfolding. There is also a Malian folktale which gives reference to this great expedition. 23h

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