Talk:Al-Akhdam

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A group of Ethiopian soldiers who formed a ruling class over their conquered Yemeni subjects cannot degenerate to "slaves or servants" after the occupation ended. That is illogical and a racist assumption that the natural place of blacks is as slaves to other races.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 86.172.27.46 (talkcontribs)

The article doesn't say that this assumption is actually true, but it is logical that it is popular among non-Akhdam Yemenis as it serves to justify the discrimination of Akhdam people. Béka (talk) 13:47, 4 October 2009 (UTC)