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The beginnings of the Arabian Empire, which stretched all the way from the shores of Muscat to the dockyards of Arguhin and Fez is largely unknown; whether it was by means of a diplomatic agreement or by an explosion of tribes from the Arabian desert, but whatever the cause of it was - it created a united front all along the North African coast, embracing Berbers, Libyans, Coptics and Arabs in one enourmous state. In the face of aggression from the Europeans in the North, and Ghana in the south - it looked an impressive combination.
The North African empire that the Arabs had built seemed to have united a great many different peoples under one banner, which was something that Europe was fast failing to achieve. From East to West, these groups are as follows: