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a member of a Muslim dynasty of Berber warriors that flourished from 1049 to 1145 and that established political dominance over northwestern Africa and Spain

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His grandfather, the influential Abdul Walid Mohammad, was the chief judge of CEaArdoba, under the Almoravid dynasty. Ibn Rushd's father, Abdul Qasim Ahmad, although not as well recognised as his grandfather, held the same position until the Almoravids were ousted by the Almohad dynasty in 1146.
The rampart was built by Almoravide around the years 1126-1127.Mellakh was frustrated that the historical sites, part of the city's history and cultural legacy, were being demolished to make some more space for private houses."Built around the years 1126-1127 by the Almoravid dynasty, and especially under the orders of Ali Ben Youssef, the ramparts of Marrakech, in the form of a quadrilateral, formed a wall to protect the city from external attacks," she explained.
Mauritania is a vast land, mostly flat and parched dry, yet ancient in that its rulers between the 12th and 15th centuries controlled the powerful Almoravid dynasty that spread Islam across North Africa and held swathes of Muslim Spain.
982/1574), the Al al-Shaykhi family that dominates the Wahhabi movement and the three Su'udi states, the Almoravid dynasty descended from Saharan Sanhaji nomads, angels, archaeology, astronomy, and the influential theorist of jihad 'Abdallah 'Azzam (1941-89).
The Mauritanian national team is nicknamed "Almoravid", referring to Almoravid dynasty which was an imperial Berber Muslim dynasty emerged in the 5 th and 6 th AH in the Islamic Maghreb region.