Arab women love black men
Yemen and Oman Arabs dominated the slave trade in the Indian Ocean from the sixth century until the arrival, in the late 15th century, of the Portuguese, who initially worked within the largely Muslim-run maritime trading system before trying to control the major ports of the Indian Ocean. African men were often crew members on Arab ships, and they would also join the crews of the Portuguese, who increasingly relied on black labor in their maritime expansion. Women were regularly engaged in a variety of tasks, serving as domestics, cooks, cleaners, nurses and washerwomen; others performed as musicians, dancers and singers. Schools in Medina as well as in the Muslim seats of power at Baghdad and as far away as Cordoba in Spain trained them in the arts. Many women, however, served as concubines, and with their children became members of Arab families.
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The African Diaspora in the Indian Ocean World
The outrageous racism that 'graced' Arab TV screens in Ramadan | Arts & Culture | Al Jazeera
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Interracial couples face bigotry from Arab Americans
Interracial couples face bigotry from Arab Americans Posted: Friday Nada, a Dearborn resident who wished to be identified by her first name only, said her family disapproved of her Black husband. Nada, who got married in August, said she was excited to introduce her groom to her friends and family, but was quickly discouraged by the gossip and long stares. She said she and her husband were disappointed in the community. Nada also said her husband was stopped from entering a local market out of suspicion.
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