Musa Bin Nusair
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- People of the Book: Fighting the Holy War
- At the heart of most of the world's great religions, there is a sacred text. This is usually a compilation of the words of the enlightened founder of the path or the interpretations of the life and teachings of this founder. Within this text is contained the...
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- For Syrian Kurds, new curriculum in once-banned language
- The curriculum is currently being taught alongside the government's Arabic-language programme at institutions like the Musa Bin Nasir school in the city of Qamishli.
- Tariq bin Ziyad — The conqueror of Spain
- Upon hearing the grand victory, Commander Musa bin Nusair rushed to Spain with another large force of 18,000. The two generals occupied more than two-thirds of the Iberian Peninsula In rapid succession, Saragossa, Barcelona and Portugal fell one after ...
- Queens of the Jews
- When the strengthened Arabs under Musa bin Nusayr invaded anew in the early 7oos, she fell in battle near Tabarka. Her sons Bagay and Khanchla were converted to Islam and joined the Muslim army in its conquest of Iberia. The Kahina was buried in ...
- A Secular History of Islam
- Musa bin Nusayr, the Arab governor of Ifriqiya (present-day Libya, Tunisia and most of Algeria), established the first contact with continental Europe.
- So, who is to decide if Muhammad Bin Qasim was a predator or a preacher?
- After Raja Dahar was killed, two of his daughters were made captive, whom Muhammad Bin Qasim sent to the capital Damascus. After a few days, the Caliph of the Muslims called the two young women to his court. The name of the elder daughter of Raja ...
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