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by Salīm Raydān

eBook al-Sard fī al-ufuq al-Andalusī (Arabic Edition) download ISBN: 997331784X
Author: Salīm Raydān
Publisher: S. Raydān (2000)
Language: Arabic
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The southern part of the Iberian peninsula was under Islamic rule for seven hundred years

The southern part of the Iberian peninsula was under Islamic rule for seven hundred years. In medieval history, "al-Andalus" (Arabic: الأندلس‎) was the name given to the parts of the Iberian Peninsula and Septimania governed by Arab and North African Muslims (given the generic name of Moors), at various times in the period between 711 and 1492. Most of the Visigothic Kingdom of Hispania was conquered by the Umayyads in 711-18.

The Mesopotamians referred to most of their enemies in northwest Arabia as Arabs. In the Esarhaddon prism, Dumah (Dumat al-Jandal) is called the ‘strong city of the Arabs’. Sennacherib conquered it and took into captivity its queen, Iskallatu. aspx?objectId 291290&partId 1.

Al-Quds-Al-Arabi (Arabic: القدس العربي‎, English: "Arab Jerusalem") is an independent pan-Arab daily newspaper, published in London since 1989 and owned by Palestinian expatriates. The paper's motto is (Arabic: يومية سياسية مستقلة‎ "daily, political, independent"). Its circulation is estimated to be somewhere between 15,000 and 50,000 After.

Andalus Arabic Choir, Sydney, Australia.

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Translated from the Ruh al-Quds and al-Durrat al-Fakhirah with introduction and notes by .

Translated from the Ruh al-Quds and al-Durrat al-Fakhirah with introduction and notes by . Muhammad ibn al-Arabi and his family moved to Seville when he was eight years old. In 1200 CE, at the age of thirty-five, he left Iberia for good, intending to make the hajj to Mecca.

At its greatest geographical extent, it occupied the northwest of the Iberian peninsula and a part of present-day southern France, Septimania (8th century), and for nearly a century (9th–10th centuries) extended its control from Fraxinet over the Alpine passes which connect Italy with the remainder of Western Europe.

Arabic literature; Andalusia (Spain); history and criticism; narration (rhetoric).