Articles under the category Slavery:

James M. Arlandson: 5. Slavery In the Quran, Traditions, and Classical Law

Richard P. Bailey: Who was the Real Slave Master?

Andrew G. Bostom: America’s First War on Terror

Andrew G. Bostom: Muhammad, the Qurayza Massacre, and PBS

Andrew G. Bostom: The living legacy of jihad slavery

Andrew G. Bostom: Ottoman Dhimmitude

Mark Durie: Boko Haram and the Dynamics of Denial

John Eibner: My Career Redeeming Slaves

Fjordman: Europeans As Victims of Colonialism

Fjordman: Fourteen Centuries of War Against European Civilization

Fjordman: Who Are We, Who Are Our Enemies - The Cost of Historical Amnesia

Danusha V. Goska: An Open Letter to Muslim Feminist Linda Sarsour

Samuel Green: Islam and Slavery

Daniel Greenfield: Islamic Slavery and Racism

Daniel Greenfield: Saudi Arabia: The Middle East’s Real Apartheid State

Raymond Ibrahim: Egypt's Sex-Slave Marriage

Raymond Ibrahim: New Fatwa Permits Rape of Non-Sunni Women in Syria

Raymond Ibrahim: The Islamic State and Islam

Ali Sina: Safiyah, the Jewish Wife of Muhammad

Robert Spencer: Muslims can lend slave girls to friends

Paul Stenhouse: The Crusades in Context

Serge Trifkovic: Islam's Wretched Record on Slavery

Serge Trifkovic: Islam's Other Victims: Africa

Bill Warner: Islam, Slavery and Rape. An interview with Bill Warner (by Jamie Glazov)

Bat Yeor: Myths and Politics. The Tolerant Pluralistic Islamic Society: Origin of a Myth


Good books under the category Slavery:
John Alembillah Azumah:
The Legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa
A Quest for Inter-religious Dialogue
Francis Bok:
Escape from Slavery
The True Story of My Ten Years in Captivity (in Sudan) - and My Journey to Freedom in America
William Gervase Clarence-Smith:
Islam and the Abolition of Slavery
Robert C. Davis:
Christian Slaves, Muslim Masters
White Slavery in the Mediteranian, The Barbary Coast, and Italy, 1500-1800
Allan G. B. Fisher:
Slavery and Muslim Society in Africa
The Institution in Saharan and Sudanic Africa and the Trans-Saharan Trade
David M. Goldenberg:
The Curse of Ham
Race and Slavery in Early Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Murray Gordon:
Slavery in the Arab World
Peter Hammond:
Slavery, Terrorism & Islam
The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat
Jok Madut Jok:
War and Slavery in Sudan
M. A. Khan:
Islamic Jihad
A Legacy of Forced Conversion, Imperialism, and Slavery
K. S. Lal:
Muslim Slave System in Medieval India
Bernard Lewis:
Race and Slavery in the Middle East
An Historical Inquiry
Paul E. Lovejoy (ed.):
Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam
Giles Milton:
White Gold
The Extraordinary Story of Thomas Pellow and North Africa's One Million European Slaves
Mende Nazer:
Slave
The True Story of a Girl's lost Childhood and her Fight for Survival
Daniel Pipes:
Slave Soldiers and Islam
The Genesis of a Military System
Captain James Riley:
Sufferings in Africa
The astonishing account of an American sea captain enslaved by North African Arabs
Ronald Segal:
Islam's Black Slaves
The Other Black Diaspora
Kirsten Valeur:
Slaveriet indenfor islam

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