tried to read a book on Arab history that purchased on Amazon.. titled "The Arabs: A History" and it just seemed to ramble on about "political fluff history" as I call it,,,but did mention something about how Arabs went to places like Turkministan and Uzbekistan, etc during 900s?
did the Arabs have anything to do with the Turkish tribes there that would soon invade their area of world? why , how they resisted this "Asiatic horde" and even converted them to Islam too? are they related people maybe? BTW, WHEN DID "THE TURKISH" TRIBES COME TO AREA OF ANATOLIA? FROM WHERE AND HOW ARABS WERE ABLE TO NOT ONLY CONTAIN THEM FROM TAKING OVER THEIR REGION, BUT EVEN CONVERT THEM TO ISLAM? (SIMILAR TO HOW ROMANS DID SOMEWHAT SIMILAR WITH GERMANIC BARBARIANS?) were the Arabs kind of like "the shepherds" maybe of these nomadic war tribes? did they convert them somehow to Islam and that allowed the to shift them around as you mentioned?