The Marada were a group of independent communities in Lebanon and the surrounding highlands after the conquest of Syria by the Arab army in 630 CE While some historians argue that the Marada "States" were that of a Maronite Aramaic -speaking Christian warrior elite, other historians tend to their downplay importance, and describe a more complex scenario. The Maronites and thus the Marada were given relative autonomy in the Umayyad Caliphate. The Marada were known by some as a fierce warrior group, and according to some, the name was synonymous with the Arabic word for rebels or also Maronites.If you know who he was, you won't praise him just for the sake of making insignificant posts to spite online forumers. Yazeed did not believe in God at all. But obviously, neither do your crusaders.
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Next time do your homework before talking