|Title:||Silent Terror: A Journey into Contemporary African Slavery|
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|Publisher:||Writers & Readers; First Edition edition (February 15, 1999)|
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An African-American, his commitment is plainly sincere ("I had found my history. I had found my future. Slavery - the crude ownership of a person and his exploitation like a beast of burden - has two major venues in the contemporary world, Sudan and Mauritania. The Sudanese practice results in large part from a war conducted by Muslims against Christians; when the former conquer the latter, they frequently enslave them (and often convert them to Islam).
Slavery - the crude ownership of a person and his exploitation like a beast of burden - has two major venues in the contemporary world, Sudan and Mauritania. by Samuel Cotton New York: Harlem River Press, 1998. Translations of this item: French.
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Silent Terror is the disturbing story of a black American's journey into the horrors of modern-day slavery in Africa. The author's odyssey takes him from New York to the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, where he comes face to face with the Arab-Berbers' centuries-old practice of enslaving black Africans.
He presents us with his book, SILENT TERROR – A Journey Into Contemporary African Slavery. This book was published in 1998, which records his undercover journey into Mauritania, at extreme danger to his life, and actually witnessed, and interviewed present and former Afrikan slaves there, gives the best analyses of the present situation, and shows how it is all cloaked under the auspices of Islam. Brother Cotton states in his vitally important book, "It is especially important for me to see that those who worship Islam, whether they are white or black, say or do something about the abuse and enslavement of their black spiritual brothers and sisters. Of course, this could be continued, but I don't want to leave out the Christians.
Silent Terror: A Journey into Contemporary African Slavery, by Samuel Cotton. Islam's Black Slaves: The Other Black Diaspora, by Ronald Segal.
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Cotton first learned of the existence of slavery in contemporary Mauritania and Sudan from writings of the American Anti-Slavery Group in the early 1990s. His conscience was profoundly disturbed, and in 1994 he became a reporter for the City Sun, an African American weekly newspaper published in Brooklyn. Cotton was assigned to investigate and write a series of articles on allegations that black Africans were being enslaved by Arabs in the two North African countries. Those testimonies formed the basis of a documentary film and a book, Silent Terror: A Journey into Contemporary African Slavery (1998). Silent Terror was recognized as a powerful, truthful, and passionate indictment of slavery in Mauritania and soon became widely used as a college text.