Jarawa (Berber)

Jarawa (Berber)

The Jarawa or Jrāwa were a Berber Zenata tribal confederacy that flourished in northwest Africa during the seventh century CE. Under l-Kahna, they led the Berber resistance to Arab invasion in the late 600s.


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