new moor basics 101

etymology overview words by
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etymology dictionary

using the dictionary link above research these words, to have a better overstanding of your heritage, these are just a start: black, white, negro, colored, african, african american, indigenous, native, dwell, allodial, indian, sense, european, code, noble, christ, census, anglo, colonial, blackamoor, hebrew, occupation, etc.

Webster’s 1828 dictionary: AMER’ICANnoun A native of America; originally applied to the aboriginals, or copper-colored races, found here by the Europeans

“Through sin and disobedience every nation has suffered slavery, due to the fact that they honored not the creed and principles of their forefathers.”

“That is why the nationality of the Moors was taken away from them in 1774 and the word negro, black and colored, was given to the Asiatics of America who were of Moorish descent, because they honored not the principles of their mother and father, and strayed after the gods of Europe of whom they knew nothing.” Noble Drew Ali

in morocco and throughout the world, it was the moors as reference in the 1599 geneva bible, that tame the beast and brought civilization to the world. it has been and still is the moors who create, innovate, triumph against all odds. all praises due to allah.

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by Amexem Bey

A Law book say’s “Black or Person of Color” is “Dead in the eyes of law”

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