سلة التسوق الخاصة بك فارغة الآن.
The protagonist of the novel (Omar bin Sayyid), who was born in Senegal in 1770 AD, as an army comes to occupy his country in 1800 AD, taken as a slave to (Charleston) in southern North America, Omar had a cultural upbringing, he memorized the Qur’an, was well off, married before he was enslaved, and left his wife pregnant... He did not know after these years of slavery whether she had been enslaved with him in the same campaign or in other subsequent one of slave traders, and he did not know Whether she had given birth to their only son or not... Yet he still clings to the hope that he will be freed from his slavery and that he will meet them... But his hopes have not been fulfilled, and he dies as a slave in 1863 AD after he was over ninety years old; which was one year before US President Abraham Lincoln passed the end of the slave trade and liberate the enslaved people... Where a manuscript is found that he wrote on parchment in which he narrated his biography before his death, and this is a real parchment kept by the Library of Congress and released to the public a short time ago... It is the story of an Islamic scholar who has lived in slavery for more than sixty years, in which he is exposed to countless forms of injustice, humiliation, torture and pain... The novel is told through notes or letters sent by the hero to his son, who does not know whether he has remained alive after those long years or not.
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