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  • Spain's territory Do Not Enter!!!
  • If you do not stay away we will attack. This is your warning!
  • he'll never suspect us coming
  • Yes sir
  • Be ready to ATTACK!!!!!!!
  • seven days later...
  • The Muslims from Spain threatened people in french territories
  • are you coming or are you scared ??!!
  • Were leaving you guys aren't even fighting!
  • In 732 Abd er Rahman, governor of Spain, marched over the Pyrenees to attack the Franks.
  • Dear Muslims, Don't ever try to attack us again sincerely, charles
  • Charles put his army where he thought where the Muslim army will pass, ready to attack.his tightly packed army, armed with swords, spears and shield formed a close formation. According to the Arabian sources they attacked in the shape of a large square.
  • oooooooo
  • May I present to you... the religious sign of our enemy... In the form of BREAD!!!!!
  • For six days the Arabs and the Franks watched each other carefully, with tiny fights in between. Neither of them wanted to attack. The Franks were prepared, they were well dressed, and had the better land out of the 2 groups. The Arabs were not as prepared, they did not have good clothes, but they did not want to attack what they thought was a larger army. The fight ended on the seventh day
  • The Arab army retreated back south over the Pyrenees. Charles drove the Muslims in the following years from the area between Arles and Avignon.
  • Their victory was celebrated by Frankish bakers who formed bread in the form of the Islamic crescent and served it to celebrating Franks who ate the symbol of the invader. Now it is know as a croissant and is eaten worldwide during meals.
  • AHHHHHH
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