The Almoravids & Andalusia
Andalusia is in turmoil as a result of conflict and infighting between the tribes. The Berbers’ attempt to kill King Al-Mu’tadid of Seville fails and King Ferdinand of Spain plans to remove and drive out the Muslims from Andalusia in order to regain the region.
King Al-Mu’tadid returns to his palace in Seville, angry at the attempt to kill him. Conflict and unlawful bloodshed continues among the Sanhaja tribes and Al-Mu’tadid reluctantly complies with King Ferdinand to pay double tax.
The Spanish armies raid certain Andalusian states, placing them under the control of the Kingdom of Spain to the anger of King Al-Mu’tadid. Al-Mu’tadid leaves to Rinda and other Andalusian kingdoms to fight and bring them back under his rule, wanting to unite Andalusia.
Sheikh Yahya bin Ibrahim returns to Jadala accompanied by Abdullah bin Yasin in order to return its people to the right path. King Ferdinand betrays some Andalusians after they request his protection and sends his soldiers to kill them should they reach Andalusia.
Prince Alfonso forces the Spanish public to join his father Ferdinand’s army to fight the Muslims in the Reconquista. King Al-Mu’tadid prepares for the siege of Rinda having been able to unite some of the kingdoms.
King Al-Mu’tadid prepares to return to Seville having been able to unite some of the kingdoms. The Jadala knights betray Sheikh Abdullah bin Yasin, burning down his house whilst he is sleeping, after which he is determined to leave Jadala, accompanied by Prince Yahya, Sheikh of Jadala.
Youssef Ibn Tachfin
Al Mo'tamed Bin Abbad
Jamal Abu Hamdan
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