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The Enemy within -A Reply (1)

The African Renaissance Channel

The Enemy within -A Reply (1)

In this video, we are issuing a response to the comment on the Fulani, the Enemies within series which included who were the Jews that were not being sold.

Teacher pls who are the jews described on there that weren't raided with the fulani?

While we are not teachers but simply researchers interested in understanding how people could have sold themselves, we tried to provide relevant documentation showing what things were like back then.

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