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Kola
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Username: Kola

Post Number: 2450
Registered: 02-2005

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Posted on Tuesday, December 06, 2005 - 09:15 pm:   

First let me ask you how do you feel about Muslims and Islam.

I was born Muslim and then raised Christian in the U.S., so I believe in both Mohammed and Christ and I love both of them.

Overall, I believe that ALL men's religions should be abolished.

My religion is a women's religion. The Womb. MOST "African" religions are women's religions.

Islam and Christianity are invader religions, not indigenous.

I LOVE ALL HUMANS...and I respect everyone's right to choose their own religion and how they want to worship.

My brother is a Muslim and I love him. There are also many other Muslims, especially women, that I adore. So I respect their right to love ALLAH.

**I do not support the Arab world in General. There's a speech I gave in Israel that you can GOOGLE and read verbatim. I feel that the Arab Nations are the ones doing the MOST harm to Africa and they always have.

Like any "Black African" Sudanese...I support Isreal rather than Palestine.

Also, I keep hearing AFROAMERICANS say that matriarchy is the natural form of society for Black people but all the West Indians and Africans I've ever met come from a Patriarchal culture.

Wonderful point, because I don't know what the hell these Americans and feminists are talking about.

There is no Matriarchy in Africa. Certainly, we have many WOMEN-based customs and things that honor the women..or women are put in charge of.

But the BLACK MAN has always ruled Africa and all of us in it with an iron fist. We have the most sexist cultures in the world, after the Arab Muslims.

I know most of our cultures are matriLINEAL and we inherited that from our Egyptian and Ethiopian origins, but the society itself is still ruled and protected mostly by men...with respected female input ofcourse.

Exactly. We are Matrilineal. I talk about this in my chapter "Being and Becoming the Red Dragon" in my autobiography.

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