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Introduction To Moorish Race & Nationality

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This book offers the most clear cut and concise information  regarding the Race, Color and Nationality of the Moors. Complete with over 400 + pages, filled with references and facts regarding the heritage, history and identity of the Moors.

Chapter One: Moor Is A Race

Chapter Two: Moor Is A Nationality (National Origin)

Chapter Three: Moors Are A Black Skinned White Race

Chapter Four: Relevance Of Nationality (National Origin) And “Race” To Criminal Jurisdiction And Tribunal’s

Chapter Five: Evidence Of The Denationalization Of The Moors And As To Who They Are Today And Dictionaries That Evidence That Moors Were Stripped Of Their Names And Heritage And They Were Given The Badges Of Slavery “Negro” And “Black”

Chapter Six: “Moor” Actually Means “Westerner”

Chapter Seven: Indigenous Claims Of “American Moors”

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3 reviews for Introduction To Moorish Race & Nationality

  1. Rated 3 out of 5

    When the topic of the Moorish influence in Europe is being discussed, one of the first questions that arises is, what race were they?

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Dear Friends,
    I was happy to read more information about the history of the Moors in America as reconstructed by Scholar al-Mujaddidi.
    The Scholar and Leader Ezaldin was undoubtedly a major figure in the restoration of the relations of African-Americans with Islam and the Muslim countries in the East.
    I have myself published a history of Islam among Americans.
    With best wishes for your Society,
    Dr Dennis Walker

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Dear Friends,
    I was happy to read more information about the history of the Moors in America as reconstructed by Scholar al-Mujaddidi.
    The Scholar and Leader Ezaldin was undoubtedly a major figure in the restoration of the relations of African-Americans with Islam and the Muslim countries in the East.
    I have myself published a history of Islam among Americans mentioning Leader Ezaldin.
    With best wishes for your Society,
    Dr Dennis Walker

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