Rebellion of the Alpujarras (dec 18, 1499 – apr 24, 1501)
The Rebellion of Alpujarras revolves around the uprising by Muslims near the mountainous area of Apuljarra against their Catholic rulers due to the execution of mass forced conversion towards the population in Granada. It initially began in Albayzin but quickly spread to the countryside as the leaders of Albayzin fled to the place. Later, their action fired back as the Catholic rulers justified the movement as an act of transgression over the treaty that they had signed back in 1491. The outcome was the revoke of the Treaty of Granada which ultimately, suppressed the movement and abolished the rights of the Muslims contained in the treaty. The event is remembered as a remarkable one as the Muslims lost their rights in their own place and were given options either exile or baptism that led nearly the entire Muslim population to be Christianized.
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