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Muammar Gaddafi Apologized for the Cruel Treatment of Africans During the Arab Slave Trade

"We are ashamed, along with our African brothers, when we recall this. We are ashamed of those who behaved in this manner, and especially the wealthy Arabs, who viewed their African brothers as inferior slaves."

Muammar Gaddafi Apologized for the Cruel Treatment of Africans During the Arab Slave Trade

In 2010, Gaddafi took time to apologize on behalf of Arabs for the cruel treatment of Africans during the Arab slave trade era.

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