American dissension has been fueled by racial tension in recent years, causing blacks to reevaluate the blemish of racism, inequality, and slavery on U.S. history. The fires have turned white against black, and vice versa, and have rekindled long-buried animosity of slave trade.
However warranted the anger is, it is best directed at modern-day offenders rather than generations that have distanced themselves in both action and blood from crimes against humanity perpetrated by past ancestors.
It is not widely known that the slave trade continues to flourish in Muslim countries, and even more undisclosed that the victims of enslavement are from every color on the spectrum.
At least 600,000 are enslaved in the tiny nation of Mauritania by Muslim masters. An estimated 1.7 million are engaged in bonded labor in Pakistan. As President Obama attempts to reestablish relations with Sudan, around 35,000 slaves have yet to be freed.
Muslim masters throughout history have been much different from white masters in the U.S., or even black masters in their native Africa, and the difference is disturbingly morbid.
The mortality rate of slaves transported to America was around 10 percent, but for Islamic slaves it was 80 to 90 percent. In addition, one sadistic practice accounted for the deaths of most slaves: castration.
While Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) involves the horrific removal of exterior genitalia that allows females to experience sexual pleasure, the castration of male slaves involved a much more gruesome and deadly procedure.
In Geert Wilders book Marked For Death, he describes the grotesque procedure as a complete removal of the penis and testicles with no anesthesia. The process was often done by removing all external genitalia in one hack, resulting in massive blood loss, and most often death.
The castrated slave would then have a straw-like tube inserted into the urethra to ensure an opening for urination would remain after the wounds begin to close. If the male was lucky enough to survive the procedure, he would hopefully be able to urinate within a few days. If not, he would suffer a slow, painful death by dysentery.
Slaves were castrated as either grown men or prepubescent children. Castration was required for slaves to work around female Muslims, and were considered trustworthy only after losing their manhood. Around 9 out of 10 died from blood loss. For the surviving remainder, deadly infection posed a threat.
In the 10th century, the Muslim Calipha of Baghdad had 7,000 black eunuchs and 4,000 white eunuchs serving in his palace.
Still, castration removes all possibility of breeding more slaves, which meant that Muslims must travel back to Africa to abduct more and more, thus, kidnapping at least 28 million Africans and purposefully or accidentally killing around 112 million.
Nearly 14 million blacks are still enslaved by Muslims today, as can be justified by the Quran and Hadith. For over 1,400 years, Islam has remained in the 6th century, practicing the same barbaric methods as the Prophet Muhammad.