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According to Ibn Khaldun, the sons of Kahena were given command of the Jerawa and control of the Aurès mountains. Twelve thousand Berber horsemen were conscripted, according to El Bayan, under the command of the sons of Kahena, and used to conquer the rest of the land and convert its inhabitants to Islam. The Nefusa, another tribe that had adopted Judaism, were treated in a similar manner. ”12 When they refused, a battle developed in which many of the Berbers were slain and the others were converted to Islam.
The thread of Jewish history is further complicated by the extent to which it has been ignored by contemporary Arab historians,19 Jews featured in their chronicles only as chance accessories to throw light on the doings of some important Arab personage. History for the Arab writers was concerned with events that befell the followers of Islam; and Jews, in this con- 41 The Moslem Conquest of the Maghreb: 642–ca. 900 text, were accorded little attention above that which was given to inanimate objects.
Though the Byzantines were defeated, the real resistance of the Maghreb to the Arabs had not yet begun. In 670, Carthage having been reduced to ruins, the Arabs established their main base and capital at Kairouan (“Stronghold” in Arabic). It nevertheless required another half century for the entire Maghreb to be captured and for the Arabs to be in a position to consider launching their assault on Spain. Despite the conquest of Afri- 34 B E TWEEN EAST AND WEST ca and even the almost complete conversion of its inhabitants to Islam, the Berber resistance had not been broken.
A simple meta-analytic approach for using a binary surrogate endpoint to predict the effect of inter by Baker S. G.