WHERE WAS THE ARAB WHEN BLACKS WERE SEEKING FREEDOM?

What sense does it make to ask the Black people’s of the United States why they haven’t achieved what others have. It makes more sense for those Black people’s of the United States to ask others that critique them, why didn’t you help us? Of course, those Black people of the United States will immediately understand the reasons why.

 

In the City of St. Louis, where the Owl was raised, there is an Arab own store near the north side and downtown area. It is surrounded by three low income housing complexes and a white business district. It is a hallmark of the Urban Black dweller. And yet, it has not funneled any funds into the neighboring black community that allows it to survive in the midst of White owned businesses.

 

Although it is Arab owned, and named after the Arabic word for peace that was made famous world wide by Islamic defenders of Muhammad’s vision, those who own it have forgotten the children and family of Bilal the first Muezzin. While they serve alcohol to the young of those neighboring Black communities, they also allow drug dealing and the making of zombies.

 

This is what we as Black people have been reduced to. We no longer are respected by the very people that we taught how to be free. Before the Afrikan involvement in Islam, the Arab Semite muthakiller, daughterKiller was trapped in Arabia.

 

We, the children of the Sun allowed for them to be able to conquer the military might of Italy and to enter into Portugal, and then into Spain. It was the Black Moor, the Afrikan Islamist that conquered the lands beyond Arabia, that the Arab Knew nothing about. The Arab is truly the little brother to the Afrikan and should cease with the leeching of the Afrikan Blood in places like St. Louis. While the Arab takes advantage of the oil that comes from lands that the Black Moors conquered, the Arab fleeces those descendants of the Moors and the Ethiopians that gave life to the Arab community. Where was the Ethiopian during the days when Muhammad was out number? The Ethiopian was helping to provide Muhammad with solidiers and a place to rest. WHERE THE FUCK WAS THE ARAB WHEN BLACK PEOPLE WHERE BEING HANGED FOR SEEKING FREEDOM?

22 thoughts on “WHERE WAS THE ARAB WHEN BLACKS WERE SEEKING FREEDOM?

  1. Owl, this is @EarthenStar…. I love this. I would like to see more from it though…. I feel it’s yet unfinished.

    1. Hey, Sis!!

      Yeah, I want to build on this a lot more. There is much more that I can add with regard to historical context. I’m glad you demand more from your writers.

  2. Owl, this is @EarthenStar…. I love this. I would like to see more from it though…. I feel it’s yet unfinished.

    1. Hey, Sis!!

      Yeah, I want to build on this a lot more. There is much more that I can add with regard to historical context. I’m glad you demand more from your writers.

  3. are you Black?
    if so…..
    then, eye would submit to you that Black people will start taking their anger and channeling it into action with you take your anger and channel it into action.
    brotha, don’t speak about the mass of Black ppl as though they’re some far off entity. you are as much part of that entity as anyone else is. so take the responsibility to heart individually first and foremost, then pay it forward.
    be the change you wish to see in the world 😉

  4. are you Black?
    if so…..
    then, eye would submit to you that Black people will start taking their anger and channeling it into action with you take your anger and channel it into action.
    brotha, don’t speak about the mass of Black ppl as though they’re some far off entity. you are as much part of that entity as anyone else is. so take the responsibility to heart individually first and foremost, then pay it forward.
    be the change you wish to see in the world 😉

  5. I’m Black, blacker and blackest. And I stand by everything I said. I’ve been channeling it for quite a long time, as a social worker. My long-term plans include generalizing it to whatever part of the world I’m in (which isn’t the United States right now, by the way, but surely will be upon my return). There’s no need to wait for ME to start channeling ANYTHING before my fellow Diaspora people do it on their own, so let’s not go there.

    And I’m a lady by the way. *wink back*

  6. I’m Black, blacker and blackest. And I stand by everything I said. I’ve been channeling it for quite a long time, as a social worker. My long-term plans include generalizing it to whatever part of the world I’m in (which isn’t the United States right now, by the way, but surely will be upon my return). There’s no need to wait for ME to start channeling ANYTHING before my fellow Diaspora people do it on their own, so let’s not go there.

    And I’m a lady by the way. *wink back*

  7. i erred in mistaking you for a brother, forgive me. but relax sis. you weren’t being attacked, so the defense is not necessary unless you feel guilty.

    i am simply making you aware of how you sounded. your statement removed personal responsibility. and that is the answer to your original question. black people will channel their anger when just that…. black people channel their anger. your original statement implies your own “waiting” on others to move. again, foster the change you wish to see.

    if you’re doing work, then fabulous. i quite enjoy hearing about social workers in particular and the work they seek to do with our people and in our communities, as it serves OUR communities, youth and families. very honorable work indeed. you doing your work: that is what is required of us all. now pay it forward and aid other people in doing work as well. it’s that simple. you are black people. so as long as you move, black people are moving.

    from your second statement, if you feel that your work is done then both your original statement and your subsequent backlash were neither necessary nor warranted. i meant no divisive nor attacking statements so please be aware of your reception as well as your reaction, rather than response. if you felt as sufficient as you used all those capital letters in order to convey, all that would not have come out of you. it would behoove us all as a community to have discussion as well as collaboration for forward movement. you do not need to come out of your mind and mouth in such a way to prove to me what you seem to already be so sure of, be it your identity or your work…. if you are in fact so sure.

    my point remains the same, finally: as long as YOU take the anger and channel it, then WE are taking our anger and channeling it. you are we. as long as you do, we do. do not ask what other people are doing, ask first what you are doing. and my message goes the same thusly for every single black person on the planet.

    peace be unto you….

  8. i erred in mistaking you for a brother, forgive me. but relax sis. you weren’t being attacked, so the defense is not necessary unless you feel guilty.

    i am simply making you aware of how you sounded. your statement removed personal responsibility. and that is the answer to your original question. black people will channel their anger when just that…. black people channel their anger. your original statement implies your own “waiting” on others to move. again, foster the change you wish to see.

    if you’re doing work, then fabulous. i quite enjoy hearing about social workers in particular and the work they seek to do with our people and in our communities, as it serves OUR communities, youth and families. very honorable work indeed. you doing your work: that is what is required of us all. now pay it forward and aid other people in doing work as well. it’s that simple. you are black people. so as long as you move, black people are moving.

    from your second statement, if you feel that your work is done then both your original statement and your subsequent backlash were neither necessary nor warranted. i meant no divisive nor attacking statements so please be aware of your reception as well as your reaction, rather than response. if you felt as sufficient as you used all those capital letters in order to convey, all that would not have come out of you. it would behoove us all as a community to have discussion as well as collaboration for forward movement. you do not need to come out of your mind and mouth in such a way to prove to me what you seem to already be so sure of, be it your identity or your work…. if you are in fact so sure.

    my point remains the same, finally: as long as YOU take the anger and channel it, then WE are taking our anger and channeling it. you are we. as long as you do, we do. do not ask what other people are doing, ask first what you are doing. and my message goes the same thusly for every single black person on the planet.

    peace be unto you….

    1. @spinstercompass Hey P!! I think the anger is being channeled in various means, I’d like to help build more comprehensive social theories though. Action without direction can be wasted movements.

    1. @spinstercompass Hey P!! I think the anger is being channeled in various means, I’d like to help build more comprehensive social theories though. Action without direction can be wasted movements.

  9. Take a look at any sociology book and you’ll likely see plenty of comprehensive theories that haven’t been put to good use by “us” in general. Rather than wondering why those of Middle Eastern descent aren’t helping us, we ought to consider how to help ourselves. And remember, all my skin-folk ain’t my kinfolk.

    I’ll end here because I don’t like words being put in my mouth, as has already been done. Besides, I already said okay. That should more than suffice.

  10. Take a look at any sociology book and you’ll likely see plenty of comprehensive theories that haven’t been put to good use by “us” in general. Rather than wondering why those of Middle Eastern descent aren’t helping us, we ought to consider how to help ourselves. And remember, all my skin-folk ain’t my kinfolk.

    I’ll end here because I don’t like words being put in my mouth, as has already been done. Besides, I already said okay. That should more than suffice.

  11. If I hear one more Afrikan talk about “Free Palestine” but don’t say shit about the Arab occupation of North Afrika….

  12. If I hear one more Afrikan talk about “Free Palestine” but don’t say shit about the Arab occupation of North Afrika….

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