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    Sentences forBerbers and Islam

    • The Berbers, recently subdued and superficially Islamized, were usually in charge of the most difficult tasks and the most rugged terrains, similar to the ones found in their north African homeland, while the Arabs occupied the gentler plains of southern Iberia.Umayyad conquest of Hispania-Wikipedia

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