FINALLY; ITS BEEN SETTLED: Canadian gvt refuses to give aid to Somali organization because they're not Black

lol Somalis changing their race whenever it fits their agenda...yet again!! One second it’s madow this jareer that! It’s “we’re Somalis! We’re a race all on our own!” or the infamous “We’re more closely related to Berbers than to sub-Saharan Africans” and the next moment is “what?!? I’m not black? Whachu talking about “nigga!”!?! I’m blacker than black... now gimme my $$” 😂😂
 

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lol Somalis changing their race whenever it fits their agenda...yet again!! One second it’s madow this jareer that! It’s “we’re Somalis! We’re a race all on our own!” or the infamous “We’re more closely related to Berbers than to sub-Saharan Africans” and the next moment is “what?!? I’m not black? Whachu talking about “nigga!”!?! I’m blacker than black... now gimme my $$” 😂😂
You are speaking as if Somalis are one person. Have you heard him saying Somalis aren't black?
 
somalis were enslaved by the arats because we're black.
Nope. No evidence of this. The only time slavery is truly documented is in the pre-Islamic era by the Greeks in documents like the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea when they say the port-towns along the Somali coast did sell slaves as a minor export. There is no record of this after Islam. Even recall some of the Arab writers noting explicitly that the "Berbers" (Somalis) are not sold as slaves given that they have mostly all converted to Islam and this is the case in the Early Modern era. Lone, occasional people were bound to be kidnapped and enslaved as with any other group but there was no established industry of Somali slaves and if anything Somalis themselves were participants in the slave-trade on the other side of the process. Keeping plantation slaves in the riverine south and urban dwellers keeping house-slaves and so forth.

Bantu slaves in the south in 1885:



Somalis in the north involved in slavery in the 1800s:

The slave caravans from Abyssinia to Tajurrah were usually escorted by the Rer Guleni, a clan of the great Eesa tribe, and they monopolised the profits of the road. Summoned to share their gains with their kinsmen generally, they refused upon which the other clans rose about August, 1854, and cut off the road. A large caravan was travelling down in two bodies, each of nearly 300 slaves; the Eesa attacked the first division, carried off the wives and female slaves, whom they sold for ten dollars a head, and savagely mutilated upwards of 100 wretched boys. This event caused the Tajurrah line to be permanently closed. The Rer Guleni in wrath, at once murdered Masud, a peaceful traveller, because Inna Handun, his Abban or protector, was of the party who had attacked their proteges: they came upon him suddenly as he was purchasing some article, and stabbed him in the back, before he could defend himself. - First footsteps in East Africa

Somalis have no business playing any slave card.
 

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