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Africa-Muslim States

How were different Muslim States united? They ruled the areas they settled with Islamic Law. Muslims thought that God ruled over any human written law.
How were the Almohads and Almoravids different? Almoravids were taught by a Muslim scholar and lived in fortified monasteries. Almohads strictly followed the Qur'an and Islamic Law.
What is a ribat? A ribat is a fortified monastery which is supposedly where they lived.
How did Muslims that settled in Africa spread Islam? As they settled in these areas, many of them converted people to Islam by sword, others peacefully.
What were the original inhabitants of Africa called? Berbers, the original inhabitants of North Africa, converted to Islam and accepted it as their faith, but still maintained their Berber loyalties and identities.
Created by: asmith22