Forlag: Pax, Princeton University Press, Pluto Press, Octopus (Norge, USA, Storbritannia, Storbritannia)
This article was translated by Google and R.E.
When I saw them snow-covered a few years ago The Atlas Mountains from a rooftop in Marrakesh, in the south Morocco, I suddenly came to think of the descriptions of Leo the African (ca. 1485–1554). Or al-Hasan ibn Muhammad al-Wazzan al-Fasi, as he was originally called when he was born in Granada, Spain. Like most Jews and Muslims, he and his family had to flee across the Mediterranean and to Africa when the Inquisition banned them in Catholic Spain from August 1492.
And that was where Leo the Afrikaner came, to the mountains. . .
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