Moorish-Berber relations were solidified after the Córdobian Civil War, in which Hisham II invited Berbers into Europe to help against his rivals, seeking to overthrow him. The Berbers would, in return for their military aid, be guaranteed a degree of sovereignty inside the Córdobian Caliphate, including the position of Chancellor occupied previously by Hisham II's bitter rival in the war Muhammad Ibn Abi Aamir.
In addition, Berbers were invited to come into the European section of the Caliphate as a labour force, while Moors found themselves exporting various technologies from both Europe and the Middle East which wern't widely available in North Africa. This led to stronger development in North Africa, and a more vibrant ecconomy in Europe.
|Precursors||Discovery of Ard Marjhoola - Córdobian Civil War - Moorish-Berber Unionification|
|Inter-Caliphate Conflict||Córdoba-Fatimid Border War - Fatimid-Abbasid Border Conflicts|
|Caliphate invasions||Córdobian conquests of Christian lands - Fatimid conquests of Christian lands|
|Christian Reactions||First Crusade (Italy) - Second Crusade (Turkey) - Remnant War (Turkey)|