GOOGLE’S idea of an ‘editing error’ is a strange, rather patronising one.
The notion that digging up the name of a Muslim Kingdom unused for 1,000 years could have been a mere editing error is farcical.
Somebody – whether inside or outside Google – has purposefully drawn upon Spain’s Islamic past and subtly placed a reminder there for millions to see…
And this happened less than a year after extremist terrorist group Isis announced plans to reclaim Andalucia for its Muslim caliphate.
But don’t worry, Google is sure it’s just a typo or something.
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