Spread Of Islam Essay

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Islam faced many difficulties and hardship in spreading its knowledge, this problem had started long ago at the time of Prophet Muhammad PBUH and throughout the empire of his predecessor. The challenges faced by them in introducing message of Islam and in spreading the knowledge of Islam ‘ilm’ came to certain factors such as Culture, Language, Lifestyle, Social, Geographical Structure etc. However, in this 21 Century after 1407 years Islam had been professed by more than 1.8 billion which covered 25% of world population, we still dealing with certain factor which directly contribute in spreading Islam not only to the 1.8 billion Muslim but to all human race as mention in the Holy Book of Quran, "Are those who have knowledge and those who have no knowledge alike? Only the men of understanding are mindful. “(Quran, 39:9).
"Recite: In the name of thy Lord who created man from a clot. Recite: And thy Lord is the Most Generous Who taught by the pen, taught man that which he knew not." (Quran, 96:1-5)
"And they shall say had we but listened or used reason, we would not be among the
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