The famous speech of Tariq ibn-Ziyad Medieval At the end of the Visigothic end of the rule of Hispania, stands the man who caused it's end Tariq ibn-Ziyad a governor of Tangiers in 711 AD, he was possibly helped to invade Hispania by a Byzantine noble in Ceuta ( Julian Comes, byzantine for count, of Ceuta ) The closest christian accounts of the following are submitted by defeated visigoths.
Tariq bin Ziyad: the Great Muslim Commander At the time of victory over Spain, Moosa bin Nusair, who was the commander of the Muslim arm in Africa, determined to capture Europe. He sent Tariq bin Ziyad with a small group of people to Spain for spying.
Tariq bin Ziyad, a freed slave and convert to Islam from the Berber tribe of Algeria, is believed to have seen the Holy Prophet Muhammad in his dream, who encouraged him to take arms against Spain.
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Tariq ibn Ziyad (d.720) was a Berber Muslim and Umayyad general who led the conquest of Visigoth Spain in 711.He was initially the deputy of Musa ibn Nusair in North Africa, and was sent by his superior to Spain in order to intervene at the request of the heirs of the Visigothic King Witiza, in the Visigothic civil war. On April 30, 711 the armies of Tariq landed at Gibraltar (the name.