Shock waves from the Crusades reached all the way to Muslim-controlled Spain. The Spanish holy war between Christians and Muslims upset the balance of power, pulling Spain in radical new directions. The Spanish Inquisition would come to power and oppose enlightened thought. When the Renaissance finally arose in Spain, the region’s mix of cultural influences shaped Spanish humanism in distinctive ways.
I don't think that excerpt supports any of the answers. (This isn't the first time I've questioned your text and questions.)
This is a misleading question with an obscure answer. The Inquisition had nothing to do with armies or control of Spain. The Inquisition was the acts of the Catholic Church trying to convert Jews and heretics to strict Catholicism. The Muslims were forced out eventually, but I've found no source that claim it was a result of the Inquisition.
I'm sorry -- but I can't really help you, but I'd vote for A.
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