Zo What! 6-26-17 A deeper inquiry into Moorish History Part 2!

A deeper inquiry into
Moorish History Part 2!Questions:

How long did the Moors have white slaves?

Are all humans from all nationalities across the world races originally from Africa?

Is the turmoil that the so-called African American is embroiled in today a direct result of Moorish Rule in ancient times?

What were so called black people called before 1492?

True or False?
The Moors brought enormous learning to Spain that over centuries would percolate through the rest of Europe?

Where Were Moors originally from?

How are the terms moor and Berber related?

True or False?
In the 10th and 11th centuries, public libraries in Europe were non-existent, while Moorish Spain could boast of more than 70, including one in Cordova that housed hundreds of thousands of manuscripts. Universities in Paris and Oxford were established after visits by scholars to Moorish Spain?

What Was Europe Like Under Moorish Rule?

True or False?
The intellectual achievements of the Moors in Spain had a lasting effect; education was universal in Moorish Spain, while in Christian Europe, 99 percent of the population was illiterate, and even kings could neither read nor write?

True or False?
It was this system of education, taken to Europe by the Moors, that seeded the European Renaissance and brought the continent out of the 1,000 years of the intellectual and physical gloom of the Middle Ages?

1.Who were the Moors?
2. Who are the modern day Moors?
Are the Moors truly Race Traitors?
3. What is a blackamoor?
4. Who were the Phoenicians?
5. Where did the myth of the Phoenix and Dragon come from?
6. Why are Melanated people called Black and not Dark?
7. What do the words black and white mean?
8. Did the Moors start slavery?
9. Who is Tariq Ibn Ziyad?
10. Why do Italians call Black people Muley’s?
11. What were the dark ages?
12. What is the symbology behind Lord of the Rings?
13. Who were the corsairs?
14. Who are the Pirates of the Caribbean?
15. Why do the oldest tribe of Native Americans in North America call themselves Moors?
16. Who was Saladin the Moor?
17. Why aren’t there any TV shows or movies about the Moors?

Moor“North African, Berber,” late 14c., from O.Fr. More, from M.L. Morus, from L. Maurus “inhabitant of Mauritania” (northwest Africa, a region now corresponding to northern Algeria and Morocco), from Gk. Mauros, perhaps a native name, or else cognate with mauros “black” (but this adjective only appears in late Greek and may as well be from the people’s name as the reverse). Being a dark people in relation to Europeans, their name in the Middle Ages was a synonym for “Negro;” later (16c.-17c.) used indiscriminately of Muslims (Persians, Arabs, etc.) but especially those in India.
Many falsely believe Moor to mean black. When proven that it does not mean black, as the above etymology shows you, they will then go on to say “well the Moors were a black people.” But this, as the etymology shows us above, only appears in the Alexandrian or Koine (late Greek) dialect. There is no such thing as a black people and just by looking at your skin alone, or the skin of the people who are called black people, you will see with your own eyes that it is not black.
The Christian European writers would always call our peoples “black” after this period but before this time, we were all known as Moors, just having different tribal names and cultures, but we were all Moors.
Before Africa was called such, it was called Libya because the first and true recorded Libyans were in fact dark skinned woolly haired Moors. Libyans were called Moors in the book “The Cambridge ancient history: The High Empire, A.D. 70-192”[1]

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