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2011-12-15 00:44:33
2011-12-15 00:44:33

One of the leaders of Mali, Mansa Musa, was Islamic so he tried making Mali islamic. On his journey home to west africa, Mansa Musa brought with him several Islamic scholars to teach his people the words of Qu'ran and just how to live as true muslims.

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Mali became more Islamic as Mansa Musa a Muslim king started encouraging Islam in his country. So more and more Muslims started pouring into Mali and Mali became Islamic.

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