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May 31 Search FT. Markit short selling activity Low. Open Average volume 4. Annual div ADY 0. Around 3, BC, changes in the tilt of the Earth's orbit appear to have caused a rapid desertification of the Sahara region  forming a natural barrier that severely limited contact between the Maghreb and sub-Saharan Africa.
Partially isolated from the rest of the continent by the Atlas Mountains stretching from present-day Morocco to present-day Tunisia and by the Sahara desert, inhabitants of the northern parts of the Berber world have long had commercial and cultural ties across the Mediterranean Sea to the inhabitants of the regions of Southern Europe and Western Asia.
These trade relations date back at least to the Phoenicians in the 1st millennium BC. According to tradition, the Phoenicians founded their colony of Carthage in present-day Tunisia c.
The Berbers predominantly constructed their [ whose? They dominated the trade and intercourse of the Western Mediterranean for centuries.
Rome eventually took control of the entire Maghreb north of the Atlas Mountains. Rome was greatly helped by the defection of Massinissa later King of Numidia, r.
Some of the most mountainous regions, such as the Moroccan Rif , remained outside Roman control. A century later, the Byzantine emperor Justinian I sent a force under General Belisarius that succeeded in destroying the Vandal Kingdom in Byzantine rule lasted for years.
The Berbers contested the extent of Byzantine control. The Arabs reached the Maghreb in early Umayyad times.
Islamic Berber kingdoms such as the Almohads expansion and the spread of Islam contributed to the development of trans-Saharan trade.
While restricted due to the cost and dangers, the trade was highly profitable. Commodities traded included such goods as salt, gold, ivory, and enslaved persons from sub-Saharan regions.
Arab control over the Maghreb was quite weak. Various Islamic variations, such as the Ibadis and the Shia , were adopted by some Berbers, often leading to scorning of Caliphal control in favour of their own interpretation of Islam.
As a result of the invasion of the Banu Hilal Arabs, the Arabic language and dialects spread slowly without eliminating Berber.
These Arabs had been set upon the Berbers by the Fatimids in punishment for their Zirid former Berber clients who defected and abandoned Shiism in the 12th century.
Throughout this period, the Berber world most often was divided into three states, roughly corresponding to modern Morocco, western Algeria, and eastern Algeria and Tunisia.
The region was occasionally briefly unified, as under the Almohad Berber empire, and briefly under the Marinids. After the 19th century, areas of the Maghreb were colonized by France , Spain and later Italy.
Today, more than two and a half million Maghrebi immigrants live in France, many from Algeria and Morocco.
In addition, as of there were 3 million French of Maghrebi origin defined as having at least one grandparent from Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia.
The Maghreb is primarily inhabited by peoples of Berber ancestral origin. Various other influences are also prominent throughout the Maghreb.
In northern coastal towns in particular, several waves of European immigrants influenced the population in the Medieval era. Most notable were the moriscos and muladies , that is, the indigenous Spaniards Moors who were forcibly converted to Catholicism and later expelled, together with ethnic Arab and Berber Muslims, during the Spanish Catholic Reconquista.
Other European contributions included French, Italian, and English crews and passengers taken captive by corsairs. In some cases, they were returned to families after being ransomed; in others, they were used as slaves or assimilated and adopted into tribes.
Historically, the Maghreb was home to significant historic Jewish communities called Maghrebim , who predated the 7th-century introduction and conversion of the region to Islam.
These were later augmented by Sephardic Jews from Spain and Portugal who, fleeing the Spanish Catholic Inquisition of the 15th and 16th centuries, established a presence in North Africa.
They settled primarily in the urban trading centers. Many Jews from Spain emigrated to North America from the Maghreb in the 19th and early 20th centuries, or to France and Israel later in the 20th century after the latter was founded.
Another significant group are Turks, who migrated with the expansion of the Ottoman Empire. A large ethnic Turkish population exists, particularly in Libya, Tunisia, and Algeria.
Sub-Saharan Africans joined the population mix during centuries of trans-Saharan trade. Traders and slaves went to the Maghreb from the Sahel region.
On the Saharan southern edge of the Maghreb are small communities of black populations, sometimes called Haratine. They appear to have descended from black populations who inhabited the Sahara during its last wet period and then migrated north as it turned to desert.
In Algeria especially, a large European minority, known as the " pied noirs ", immigrated to the region, settling under French colonial rule in the late 19th century.
They established farms and businesses. The overwhelming majority of these, however, left Algeria during and following the war for independence.
In comparison to the population of France, the Maghrebi population was one-eighth of France's population in , one-quarter in , and equal in The original religions of the peoples of the Maghreb seem  to have been based in and related to fertility cults of a strong matriarchal pantheon.
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