BROTHER ALI vs. WHITE SUPREMACY part 35
A description of (some of) the Moors, from the famous “Book of Roland:” (This is a description of the Moors battling the French c. 718):
“Blacker than ink with large noses and ears” and with “nothing white except the teeth.” (Moriaen. Arthurian Romance No. 4, PP. 29, 39, 41, 103. 1907. Trans. by J. L. Watson). The Chanson of Roland states that the Moorish army was 50,000 strong and led by Marganice, Emperor of Ethiopia and Carthage. Their most valiant figure is Abisme (that is, Abyssinian), who (verse 126) is described as “black as melted pitch.” In this epic, the Moors are called Sarrazins, in English, Saracens.
From a much later date (1300’s), a depiction of the Moors in GERMANY(!):