Race, Religion and Racism - Religion Part 3B
Dr. Price identifies the Hadith as the writings which contain the oral traditions of the Prophet Muhammad, given by the men and women who were his closest followers. These followers describe the prophet as a “white man.”
Dr. Price cites such quotes from the Koran as, “Forgive me of my past and future sins,” and “The Messiah Jesus, the son of Mary, was no more than God’s apostle.” He compares such quotes to Biblical text.
Dr. Price analyzes such statements from the Hadith as, “…I do not know of a greater thing as regards to ascribing partners in worship … to Allah than that a lady should say that Jesus is her Lord, although he is just on of Allah’s slaves.”
Dr. Price juxtaposes both Jesus and Muhammad in the light of the Bible and the Hadith to examine the two leaders. He also questions such quotes from the Koran as, “The only true faith in God’s sight is Islam.”
Dr. Price cites specific references in the Hadith to consequences suffered by followers who turn away from Islam. He also points out Biblical references to the compassion and mercy of Jesus.
Dr. Price comments on such quotes from the Hadith as, “There is no disease that Allah has created except that he also has created its treatment.”
Dr. Price cites references from the Koran and Hadith that condone slavery. Dr.
Price discuses the most prolific slave trader today.
Various references from the Hadith are cites referring to the ownership of black slaves by the Prophet Muhammad. Dr. Price quotes reports from publications that disclose the modern-day Islamic slave trade.
Dr. Price expounds on the magnitude of the enslavement of black Africans by Islamic countries. He introduces a five-part expose from a Muslim Awareness Conference, featuring the Honorable Louis Farrakhan.