Islam spread through trade. Muslim traders journeyed end to end of caliphate, exchanging good and information. Exchange brought Islam to west Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia. Mecca was a trade center because it was crossroads of the lucrative caravan trade. In Document A it shows the routes of the trade it expands to west Africa, Europe and Southeast Asia exchanging goods and information.
First they had crossroads of profitable trade. They would trade perfumes, precious metals, incense, and silk filed through their town, headed North to coastal town. When they would trade overseas to the Arabian Peninsula, they traded spices, textiles, and spices from Asia. Mecca was rich due to travel connects to Europe, Asia and Africa. Trade became such a big thing in Islam, it was known as... Another
During the time period between 600 CE and 1450 CE, Afro-Eurasia experienced a deepening of old and new human interactions across the region. This resulted in an increase in wealth and cross-cultural exchanges. During this time, the prophet Muhammad spread Islam throughout the Afro-Eurasian region. Also, the expansion of empires like imperial China, the Byzantine empire, and Mongol empire helped Afro-Eurasia trade and communication as new people developed their conquerors economies and trade networks, as well as ideas. Like many empires, migrations also had a significant environmental impact on the Afro-Eurasia region.
Colonial America experienced significant changes during the late seventeenth and early eighteen centuries. The most important changes included the development of cities to became the main ports, and Southern part of America was transformed to be a major contributor to colonial America’s economy. These changes resulted in the rise in population with thousands of immigrants coming in large numbers due to the growth and improvement of the agricultural estate. Following this period of economic boom, colonial America experienced two major revivals that had long-term effects on the nation with regards to religion, government, and human nature.The two changes were Enlightenment and The Great Awakening. The Enlightenment revival focused on stimulating the role of
Buddhism had an impact in both empires. However, Confucianism was the official ideology upon the entire Han Dynasty. Their values focused on a system of philosophical and “ethical-sociopolitical teachings”. Han China accented political control around the education of bureaucrats to make more logical decisions. Maurya India, on the other hand, was essentially a Hindu state.
The benefit of the Britain colonizing India was that trade of cotton, silk, indigo, and tea grew quickly. As trade grew so did the powers of the companies that were doing the trading. They secured a foothold in India and built trading post around the borders of the country. At first, the Indians that approved of British rule did so because of the trade, money was also being made. Jobs came along when the British company 's hired Indians to be soldiers who were known as Sepoy 's.
Many causes are responsible for the growth of the Atlantic System from 1500 to 1800. The sugar demand increased and so did the need for workers; since merchants had access to slaves they stole and bought them to work for them on sugar plantations and mills for
But with the Ghana empire other smaller communities started to appear and a large empire known as the Mali empire became powerful after the fall of the Ghana empire in the eleventh century C.E. That was when the Mali empire converted into western Sudan to Islam and developed the city of Timbuktu and was the center of trade, Muslim religion, and education. Then other states/dynasties like: Berber, Songhay, Hausa, and Kanem-Bornu flourished, Berber began in the eleventh century C.E. and Songhay began in the fifteenth century C.E. Throughout the continent tribal cultures developed, hundreds of them, either being hunter gatherer groups like the nomads or more like farming groups, and developed distinct systems of trade, religion, and politics.
In the last phase, which extends from 1500 to current times, Islam continues to influence the culture and literature in Indonesia. Islam As A Product Of Commercial Trade In economic terms, conversion resulted in increased economic trade and higher state of
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).
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.
The religion of Islam spread rapidly in the 7th century. Islam spread quickly because of the military. During this time, on numerous accounts there were military raids. Trade and conflict were also apparent between different empires, all of which resulted in the spreading of Islam. According to document C, Mecca had been taken under Muslim rule between 622-632.