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Topical headingAlmohades
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See alsoAfrica, North--History--647-1517
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Found inEncyc. of Islam: vol. 7, p. 801 (Almohads is the designated western term for the Arabic; Muwaḥḥidūn is the name given to the adherents of the reformist movements of which the principal element was the divine unicity, tawḥīd; which they had founded in North Africa and in Spain)
Britannica: v. 1 (Almohads, Arabic Al-Muwaḥḥidūn (Those Who Affirm the Unity of God), a Berber confederation that created an Islamic empire in North Africa and Spain (1130-1269), founded on the religious teachings of Ibn Tümart (d. 1130))
99902442: Jallāb, Ḥ. al-Dawlah al-Murābiṭīyah : qaḍāyā wa-ẓawāhir adabīyah, 1998.