However, having been to many cathedrals in in Europe and several Mosques, purely as a tourist, the comparison is a wrong: complexity for it's own sake seems absurd when simplicity will do the job.
You're being a snob, Blackmail! - how French.
The fact that Averroes was influenced by Aristotle does not make him any more Greek that Voltaire. An idea has no nationality.
But you're correct with respect to the general thrust of your contentions. The rejection of ration and science in favour of a largely faith-based system was played out over 800 years ago.
Averroes rejected the rejection by Al-Ghazali but largely seems to have been rejected himself.
If anything, the point to be made is that religions that relegate science in favour of dogma are not to be trusted in public office.
A lesson for all of us!
To answer the question... in thirteen-hundred and something, I fancy myself as an African, waiting impatiently for Europeans to colonise my land and bring with them magnificent Gothic cathedrals.