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    Spread Of Islam Spread

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    The Islam started to spread because Muhammad told his followers to go spread the Arabian Peninsula because he wanted people to understand that it was something really important to be taught Their but first let’s talk about Muhammad’s lifetime.How he became that important for the people that followed and believed in him too.But there was some twist while the Islam wanted to spread. Well , Muhammad was born in 570 CE in Mecca , but his father died several weeks before his

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    In Islam the followers believe in the god Allah. Muslims believe that Muhammad was Allah's messenger. Some other things they believe is there is only one god and that is Allah, believe in equality, and everything happens in Allah’s will. The purpose of life is to live in a way that pleases Allah so one day you will gain paradise afterlife. Muslims do not eat pork of any kind. Islam can be traced all the way back to 7th century saudi arabia. Allah gave the Quran to the angel Gabriel and he gave

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    The Spread Of Islam

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    Why was Islam becoming prevalent among people? The spread of Islam was similar to the spread of a contagious disease. But, why were people finding the religion so appealing? Cultural diffusion is a common process by which an idea or an object is spread to different cultures. Islam did not spread through cultural diffusion alone, however. It also spread because people were attracted to the appeal of its messages and benefits. More specifically, Islam was becoming popular due to conquest, the location

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    of Arabia, Prophet Muhammed preached of is god, Allah. Who could know that this single crier would start the fastest growing religion to date: Islam? Through a convenient trade system, treaties, and military strength, Islam has swiftly become the second most populated religion in the entire world, dwarfed only by Christianity. The main reason why Islam spread quickly was simply how it passed through trade. The first reason the trade was so convenient was because the main country it formed from,

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    Spread Of Islam

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    Islam is a religion where the people follow major beliefs. They follow the Kuran and the five pillars. The five pilars that they follow are declaring faith, giving to the poor, praying five times day, fasting during the month of ramaadan,and the pilgrimage to Mecca. When they declare faith it means they are giving faith and trusting that there is only one god (Allah). The meaning of giving to the poor is pretty obvious but it means to give to people who aren't doing as well as you are. When they

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    Spread Of Islam Dbq

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    about a quarter of the entire world. Islam is the second largest religion the world. This beast of a religion started out in the small town of Mecca on the Arabian Peninsula. Over the next thousand years it spread to the astonishing size we know today. This leaves the question. How did Islam spread so quickly. Islam spread quickly because it was in the middle of many trade routes, it spread with military conquests, and it appealed to rulers. For starters, Islam shad the benefit of starting at the

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    Spread Of Islam In Africa

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    The spread of Islam occurred differently in many different parts of the African continent in such places like North Africa, Western Sudan, and the Swahili coast. The Islamic religion spread slowly but was spread in a proficient way in that it grew to large numbers within Africa. After the spread of Islam in Medina, Muslim troops marched into Egypt around 641 A.D. and claimed Egypt as an Islamic State spreading the religion to the Egyptian people. Eventually, the Islamic Caliphate of Umayyad would

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    The Rise and Spread of Islam

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    The Rise and Spread of Islam The world you once knew is falling to ashes and food is become such a scarcity that people are fighting over a few pieces of bread. The political class is too busy fighting among themselves to care for anyone else. Children are roaming the streets and begging for work to feed their dying, hungry stomachs. This is not a scene from a horror movie, but rather the reality of the beginning of post classical era. In these times of hardship the people turned to a higher power

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    Spread of Islam in India

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    Even though the major religion of India is Hinduism, and Islam is in the second place of its minor religion still it has the largest Muslim minority all over the world (World Directory of Minorities- Muslim of India). This statistics clearly depicts the successful expansion and establishment of Islam in early period of India even though India was populated with indigenous religious beliefs. Islam is a monotheistic religion that was spread with bunch of beliefs and faiths after the Prophet Mohammad

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    In recent years, Islam is a religion that have been a controversial topic due to its current followers enacted violent disruptions in recent events. Mr. Z mentioned how the spreading of early Islam was violent in its early history like these modern day violence, “Early Islam spread by war, by the sword, and only by the war and sword.” Fred Donner, author of Muhammad and the Believers, wrote about the early history of Islam and how it all started. Donner would partilly agree to Mr. Z statement about

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