The majority of Visigoths were Unitarian, meaning that they believed in only one God and were waiting the coming of the Messiah. The rulers of Hispania in 711 AD were Visigoths as well.
However, it was a civilization that constantly used force as a means of controlling the citizens of the peninsula, which resulted incessant instability.
This would establish Muslims as a protected class and prevent honest discussion of how Islamic jihadists use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism.
If speech that offends a group is outlawed, that group has absolute power, and a free society is destroyed.
Even more astonishing is how the 7,000 men of General Tariq, were enough in number, to defeat Rodrigo and his people in the Battle of Guadalete.
Hence, this was not the first time that the Berbers had visited Spain."4 We can also ask if the Arabs were in a condition to invade Spain in 711 AD or not.In order to understand this, it is important to give a background of the inhabitants of Hispania at the time.The Iberian Peninsula was populated by Celts, Iberians, Sephardic Jews, Romans and Visigoths.According to the way that history is taught in most Spanish schools, the Moors invaded the Iberian Peninsula in 711 AD.Here, the following question can be asked: Who did the Moors invade?