Al Andalus, Spain During The Crusades, the Almoravids, Spanish Knight Guzman El Bueno, Arabic Contributions to the Western World, and the Unification of Spain Under King Ferdinand II and Queen Isabella I and the Spanish Inquisition

In 1095, Pope Urban II made a call to arms and to remove Islam from the holy lands in what would be referred to as a “Crusade”. Between the 11th and the 13th century, an army of monarchs took over Al Andalus, Spain which was controlled by the Islamic Moors. This caused conflict and effectively made Islamic rule the dominant belief in the region of Al Andalus. Because the people of Al Andalus had a sophisticated lifestyle, Islamic mercenaries found it easy to disrupt their lives by breaking infra...

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