Islam spread so quickly because of the message the message it was so strong to spread so quickly ( Document B). Islam spread so quickly because of the message, military conquest ,trade, the political structure. THE MESSAGE The main reason that Islam spread was the the message because the message so strong that people want to follow it and let the army win because man and woman will go to paradise if they fought their religion. My first evidence for the message is that the army and people believe the message because it was strong. (Document E).
Ibn Sina was a very inspirational Muslim philosopher and physician of his time. He is even compared to Goethe and Leonardo da Vinci. Ibn Sina was born in 980 AD, and his father had political power because he was a governor. Sina’s childhood was great because his father’s position and he had many accomplishments as a young boy. It is stated he memorized the whole Quran at a young age; in addition, there was much more to his accomplishments.
Throughout their empire, giving gifts became a regular practice for securing the empire. “There was established a system of stipends or direct salary payments (ata-’) to warriors serving in the Islamic armies.” (Document C, Excerpt from Fred Donner, The Early Islamic Conquests, 1981). People who cooperated with the Muslims, like the Persians, were also given stipends as long as they embraced Islam. By having this trade, it encouraged people to convert because they benefited economically as well as learning the traditions of Islam. However, it wasn’t only money that made Islam spread so quickly, it was also because information spread rapidly since people were so open to learning and discovery.
Gorgeous Mosque around the world A Mosque or the Masjid as it is locally referred is a holy place for the Muslim faith. While many mosque are exclusively only for the Muslim devotees, many mosques have opened their doors for non-Muslims as well. These Masjids are built with modern and contemporary design and are fine examples of Islam. There are plenty of mosques all around the world. As Islam is one of the most widely spread religions, it has taken its fine culture and art to places such as Europe and Africa and have played a great role in influencing their culture.
Although Islam is practiced by many people in all areas of the world, the Middle East, especially Saudi Arabia is most well known for the religion. This is in part due to the fact that Saudi Arabia was the birthplace of Islam and that a high percentage of Muslims make up the population today. In the years between the founding of Islam and the present there have been many notable achievements by Muslim individuals, especially those in the Middle East. Shortly after Prophet Muhammad’s death began what is called the Islamic Golden Age. During the period known as the Islamic Golden Age which lasted from eighth century C.E.
Islam is one of three Abrahamic monotheistic beliefs which share similar values and ideals, along with Judaism and Christianity. Islam is the fastest growing faith nowadays, it's heart being Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and concentrated throughout the Middle East. What's intriguing is how Islam expanded so quickly to exceed separate religions, and become of the largest in the world. Furthermore, this is an enigma with various explanations. Following suit of other religions, Islam grew through the use of the military and peace to maintain order and conquer lands.
With regard to the former, Al Nahyan’s strong sense of leadership has resulted in the rise of the UAE as he led it with outmost care and built it into what it has become today, a developed country with strong economic stability. His rational decisions, which took the citizens’ best interest into consideration, gained him the trust, love and support from not only the people of his country, but many individuals around the world (H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan president of the United Arab Emirates, n.d). Indeed, he did not only strive to develop the state of his country, but also participated in solving issues in different nations such as the Palestinian war in 1973, the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq, and other problems recorded in history. On the other, although Lincoln’s support for anti-slavery was the reason for the split of the union, he never abandoned his party and fought for the unity of mankind.
His motivations were like those of most men in that time: God, Gold, and Glory. Columbus wanted to become rich by finding the spices that were in Asia and he also wanted to prove that Asia wasn’t really that far from Europe. He also wanted to spread Christianity through his journey. As well as his theory being proven correct, he also had many things to gain. In his journal it states, “[Your Highness] ordered me to proceed with a sufficient armament to the said regions of India, and for that purpose granted me great favors, and ennobled me that thenceforth I might call myself Don, and be High Admiral of the Sea, and perpetual Viceroy and Governor in all the islands and continents which I might discover and acquire, or which may hereafter he discovered and acquired in the ocean; and that this dignity should be inherited by my eldest son, and thus descend from degree to degree forever.” (Medieval Sourcebook: Christopher Columbus: Extracts from Journal, Paragraph 1) From this we can clearly see all he had to gain from this
INTRODUCTION Islam is a religion of mercy for all people, both Muslims and non-Muslims. It is a religion which lays emphasis on the Unity of God, prophethood and then on righteous living. Muslims are the fastest-growing religious group in the world. On the other hand, migrations known as the hijra or migration which had a special place in the history of Muslims. Migration was established by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) when he twice ordered his companions to migrate to Abyssinia in order to preserve their faith when the unbelievers in Mecca began torturing them severely.
There was little known about Great Zimbabwe, but it’s being rediscovered. The Swahili Coast is a coastal area in Southeast Africa inhabited by the Swahili people. The Swahili society increased because of it Islamic merchants and trade goods they had at the time.They had obtained ivory, slaves, exotic local products, and gold. In exchange, they got glass, textile, and pottery, that the Muslim merchants brought from Persia, India, and China. By the Swahili city-states doing this they became wealthy.
There are 5 pillars of Islam, one being a Hajj to Mecca, that Muslims take part in to prove that they are good Muslims. Mansa Musa went on a Hajj for his religion, but he had other intentions for participating in this journey. Mansa Musa was a very wealthy leader of Mali who decided to go on this pilgrimage to Mecca to complete one of the 5 pillars of Islam, and he gave some of his gold to people who lived in the cities along the way where salt was abundant and gold was very valuable. Mansa Musa went to Mecca for his religion, but had other motivating factors. Mansa Musa could have gone through Timbuktu, but instead he decided to go the longer route, through Taghaza and Walata.
Donald Bren is the well-known real estate mogul who Forbes describes as the richest real estate developer in the world. His reputation spans across the nation for his tactics and his practical know-how in the industry of real estate. He was able to turn himself into this wealthy character through hard work and dedication which is required to reach the billionaire status that he currently holds. Donald was born May 11th, 1932 in Las Angeles, California to Marion and Milton Bren. Donald’s parents were also accomplished people, probably to which he received his motivation to do well in life.
He got an intimate look at the heart and brain, which he made wax molds of to study further. His contributions are so vast and cover so many disciplines, and areas of study. Zheng He was a Muslim who became China’s greatest admiral, traveler, and envoy. He had a major role in spreading Islam in Southeast Asia through many forms, including trade, travelling preachers,
How did Islam spread so quickly? Islam a muslim community that forever changed the middle east In this paper I will explain how it spread through The message,trade,and conquest. Trade was one major thing that spread Muhammad 's word. Mecca being a trading hub in the Middle East helped the word spread. According to Document A,B and C it mostly spread in the 632-750.