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In what way was the Islamic expansion into India similar to the way Islam expanded in other areas? Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by both Islamic merchants and conquerors. Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by a receptive Hindu population. Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by a class of Asian warriors known as Sultans. Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by a powerful Arabian navy launched in the 11th century.
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