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From Friends of Al-Aqsa journal:
The ‘golden age’ that was al-Andalus, medieval Andalucia, has become a byword for cultural and intellectual flowering in an environment of religious and ethnic tolerance. At a time when the students of the late Samuel Huntington try to tell us that civilisations are by definition destined to clash, Muslim Spain and even some of the Christian kingdoms that immediately followed it – such as that of Alfonso X, ‘The Learned’ – have become emblems of a more hopeful view of the human spirit and the capacity for creative co-existence to win out over closed minds.
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