Kulthum ibn Iyadh al-Kushayri
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Kulthum ibn Iyadh al-Qushayri was an Arab ruler in North Africa in 741-742 AD. Rebel forces defeated his troops in North Africa forcing 10,000 of his surviving men to retreat to the Iberian Peninsula where they settled in Cordoba.
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