Dr. Sulayman Nyang begins by contextualizing the issue of Islam in Spain by discussing the Umayyid rule, its downfall, and its resurrection in Spain. He then briefly outlines the events leading up to the Muslim rule in Spain, the atmosphere created by it, and the main reason for its decline. Throughout this extensive presentation, the speaker makes observations that show how the development, growth, and contribution of Muslim Spain is not much different from modern America and its presence and influence on the world scene. And this comparison allows for a better understanding of the profound history of the Muslim civilization in the West, especially among non-Muslims. Dr. Nyang concludes by analyzing the transformation of the Muslim culture into Spain, namely the lifestyle of the people, architecture, business dealings, and knowledge. (Recorded at the Dar al Islam Teachers' Institute seminar).