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6 African Countries That Are Hostile Toward Black People {VIDEO}

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Arabs hate black people. And that is not from today, it is in their blood

1. Morocco

Travelers to Morocco often describe the stunning landscape with mountains, deserts, valleys, and uninterrupted miles of beaches on the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. What’s often overlooked is the way Black people are treated in the country.

In a 2010 article, author Smahane Bouyahia reports that Blacks in Morocco — natives, immigrants from elsewhere in Africa, and African-Americans — are often targets of racial discrimination.

“In Morocco, and north Africa, there is a serious problem of racism towards Black people. Called ‘Black Africans,’ they are considered descendants of slaves and labeled ‘hartani’—literally, ‘second-rate free men’—or even worse, ‘aâzi’—which translates to ‘bloody Negro.’ Blacks in Morocco, be they students, migrants from the south of the Sahara or others, are constant victims of discrimination,” Bouyahia wrote.

In 2012, French cable news channel, France 24, reported that a Moroccan newsweekly magazine published an article about sub-Saharan Africans coming into the country. The title of the article was “Le péril noir,” the black peril, or the black menace.

France 24 also displayed the cover page of another Moroccan magazine, written in Arabic, with an image of what appears to be African immigrants standing in front of a building under the title caption: “The black crickets invading Morocco’s north.”

One student highlighted in Bouyahia’s article described his experience studying in Morocco:

“Often, when I’m just walking down the street, people will call me a “dirty Black man” or call me a slave. Young Moroccans have physically assaulted me on several occasions, for no reason, and passers-by who saw this didn’t lift a finger to help me. All my friends are Black and they have all had similar experiences. Even the girls get insulted in the street. To avoid getting hurt, I now try to ignore the insults. But if someone starts to hit me, what can I do? I have to defend myself.”

2. Algeria

Many migrants from sub-Saharan Africa moved to Libya to find jobs, but because of that country’s current crisis, more of them are making homes in other countries, such as Algeria.

In Algeria’s city of Boufarik, hundreds of migrants live in area known by locals as “the African camp” or “the camp of the Blacks.”

With the increase of sub-Saharan migrants in the country, Algerians are becoming openly racist, accusing them of being dirty, jobless and spreading diseases. Local media outlets are also playing an important role in the increase of racism against the migrants.

With the increase of sub-Saharan migrants in the country, Algerians are becoming openly racist, accusing them of being dirty, jobless and spreading diseases. Local media outlets are also playing an important role in the increase of racism against the migrants.

The daily Al-Fajr (The Dawn) published an article declaring, “Thousands of Africans invading the streets of the capital,” and blaming them for “spreading epidemics and other social ills, such as trafficking in counterfeit money.”

3. Libya

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi had for many years allowed guest workers to travel from all over Africa to find work in Libya. However, during the 2011 Libyan civil war, rumors began to surface that sub-Saharan mercenaries paid for by Gadhafi were being used to attack demonstrators in Libya’s towns and cities.

Although several NGOs found no evidence of such mercenaries, the rumors were followed by gruesome attacks on the country’s many Black African migrant workers. But animosity toward Black immigrants did not begin with the civil war.

In his 2011 article, Beyond Mercenaries: Racism In North Africa, Tom Little writes:

“In spite of evidence showing widespread violence against migrant workers trying to escape the turmoil, the foreign press suggested that these attacks were regrettable but to be expected given the atrocities committed by [Gadhafi’s] mercenaries. Few, however, picked up on the fact that these attacks are symptomatic of a racial prejudice that is deeply rooted and widely spread throughout North Africa and the wider Arab world.”

4. Mauritania

Since it gained its independence from France in 1960, Mauritania has struggled with ethnic tension between the Afro-Mauritanians and so-called Arab-Mauritanians.

In 1989, thousands of Black Mauritanians were forced to flee to neighboring Senegal and Mali. They were reportedly forcibly deported by the Mauritanian military, according to an interview given to NPR by Souleymane Sagna, an aid worker in the country.

“The situation of those Black Mauritania was quite particular, in that very often people are moving during a conflict, but in the case of the Negro Mauritanians, there have been many militarily deported through military trucks to Senegal and Mali,” she said.

Today, although Mauritania officially abolished slavery for a third time in 2007, making it punishable by up to ten years in prison, the practice still exists.

In the northwestern African country, Arab Muslims—called the Bidanes, still hold Haratine (enslaved Africans) as property. An estimated 90,000 Mauritanians remain essentially enslaved, as previouslyreported by Atlanta Blackstar.

5. Tunisia

Tunisia, like its other Arabic neighbors in North Africa, has a significant Black population as well as migrant workers from sub-Saharan Africa, although their exact numbers are unknown. They are noticeably absent in up-and-coming neighborhoods, and are largely found living in cheap, overcrowded structures in run-down areas such as La Goulette.

In 2004, Tunisian journalist Affet Mosbah wrote for Jeune Afrique, describing the difficulties of being Black and Tunisian. She talked of the widespread custom of calling Black Arabs “oussif” or “abid,” Arabic terms that refer back to Black slaves common in the Middle East until the beginning of the 20th century.

Mosbah explained that this custom is so embedded in the culture that Tunisians call their Black friends by these offensive names, insensitive to how offensive they are.

6. Egypt

While traveling in Egypt, its good to note that Black Egyptians and immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa face daily incidents of racism and prejudice.

Reuters reporter Cynthia Johnston reports in her article, Egypt’s African Migrants Dodge Rocks, Fight Racism, that migrant workers from Burkina Faso, Ghana, Sudan, Cameroon, N**** and Chad have suffered daily abuse at the hands of Egyptian Arabs. Some have been stoned, shouted at, spat on and even stabbed at as they go about their business in the streets, according to her article.

Several media outlets reported a December 2005 incident, where Egyptian riot police brutally attacked a camp of Sudanese refugees in Cairo who were protesting their treatment. In front of television cameras, at least 23 refugees were killed, and hundreds of others were injured, arrested, imprisoned or deported. There was little public protest.

Black Africans report verbal harassment and negative language, such as being called “oonga boonga” orsamara [black], as well as physical attacks in the streets by the public and even by Egyptian law enforcement officials, reports Michael Curtis, writer for Gatestone Institute, a New York international policy think tank.

Blacks are being stopped for random identity checks on the basis of skin color, and have faced arbitrary roundups, he continued.

In a 2011 article on, the author reports that southern Sudanese women are routinely targets of verbal public abuse. Carloads of Arab men drive by them, hanging out of windows, shouting catcalls, or making loud demands for sexual favors.

Although Nubians are among the indigenous inhabitants of what is now considered modern Egypt, they are not spared discrimination based on skin color.

Nada Zeitoun, a Nubian filmmaker from the upper Egyptian city of Aswan, was denied service at a pharmacy in central Cairo in 2013 because the pharmacist said he “didn’t accept money from Black hands.”

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Osama Bin Laden said to the Sudanese-American novelist Kola Boof in Morocco in 1996 “All African women are prostitutes, and the whole race of African men are abeed [slave] stock. Your people are like rats plaguing the earth” –[Kola Boof, Diary of a Lost Girl, p. 167]

A comment posted on Youtube:

“African men , it’s time to take back your Continent. You have for too long allowed non Africans too much free reign to not only attack yourselves but African children and women. Some of you are even audacious enough to fight against fellow Africans on behalf of non Africans. There are Africans that have been practising islam for more than a thousand years without any shame. The energy some of you spend oppressing your women and children turn it on your real enemies, mainly, so-called arabs, europeans, asians and orientals.“

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Comment by AfricanGoddess on May 1, 2017 at 11:16pm

There will be no great uprising,while they are on their knees worshiping gods that doesn't belong to their Soul and Spirits...

Black people are slaves to others reliegion and will never be free until they free themselves from the evil conditioning first.

Comment by Darryl Wootten on April 29, 2017 at 9:31pm
All I can say is the whole dam world is a toll free toilet just waiting for the maker to flush all this hatred, sin, and wars listen up when you hear the horn blow you better get ready to go!
Comment by Dana Baker on April 28, 2017 at 6:45pm
They are still having slave auctions and advertising slaves for sell. The selling of African men, women and children for their labor and stolen African women for sex . One day their will be a great uprising of All Black Africans and they will take back and fully control what is theirs . I also believe that African diaspora from all over the world will eventually end up back in Africa . I probably won't be alive to see it but hopefully I'll be around to witness the start of it !
Comment by vaughn mitchell on April 28, 2017 at 4:22pm
Comment by conscious1 on April 28, 2017 at 1:30pm

The thing to remember is that the devastation on Africa started over 3000 years ago when Africa was at her Zenith due to the jealously and covetousness of her neighbors.  Yet we remained resilient and have not been completely decimated as "they" wanted.  We continued to rise above the hate and persecution.  We are God's first born who were gifted and blessed by the creator with the greatest piece of real estate on earth.  A place on this earth that every other nation wants except us, THE AFRICANS.  I know it's by design, but to see Africans throughout the diaspora today rejecting Africa out of ignorance of their history is painful to watch; especially when Africa is KEY to our dignity, respect and liberation as a people.....smdh.  One thing I do know is that Africans all over the world and throughout the diaspora will NEVER be free until Africa is freed

Comment by BrownEyezPJ on April 28, 2017 at 1:20pm
I stand corrected! @conscious1 You are absolutely right
Comment by conscious1 on April 28, 2017 at 1:15pm

Correction @BrownEyezPJ.:...... Africa has been hijacked, hoodwinked and bamboozled since 1675 BC starting with the invasion of the Hyksos and Persians who gave birth to the half breed middle east you see today. The Greeks and Romans came later starting in 333 BC and made matters much worst.  ALL OF THEM CAME TO RAPE AFRICA OF HER RICHES AND HER PEOPLE.

Racism exist all over Africa today.  That's part of the plan.  Why didn't this article mention South Africa?


Comment by eldin on April 28, 2017 at 1:03pm

  I've known this for a long time and have stopped eating at chicken shacks! I ain't supporting no business in the hood owned by fake f**** who hate my skin color!

Comment by BrownEyezPJ on April 28, 2017 at 12:36pm
Africa has been hijacked, hoodwinked and bamboozled since the 1500s. So sad

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