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What conclusions can be drawn about the spread of Islam from 632 through 1000 AD (CE)?
Weegy: Islamic armies conquered major cities to help spread Islam on three continents. Muhammad united the tribes of the Arabian peninsula into a cohesive people under Islam. [ After his death, and as a united people, they began a fast march of conquest towards Africa and Central Asia in that period. The Islamic armies defeated the Persian Empire early on. Islam also certainly did not develop in Europe and spread to Africa by that route. It also didn't begin in Constantinople and spread to Arabia - Constantinople at the time was the capital of the Byzantine Empire and would be the seat of Eastern Christian Orthodoxy. ] (More)
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Which external enemy proved to be the greatest continuing threat to the Byzantine Empire in the 15th century? the Abbasids the Goths the Romans the Turks
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What conclusions can be drawn from the spread of Islam from 632 through 1000 AD (CE)? Islamic armies faced major resistance from cities in the Persian Empire. Islam first developed in Europe and then spread inland through Africa. Islam had its origins in Constantinople before spreading to Arabia. Islamic armies conquered major cities to help spread Islam in three continents.
Weegy: Islam reached the Savannah region in the 8th Century C.E., the date the written history of West Africa begins The Muslim-Arab historians began to write about West Africa in the early 8th century. [ [ The famous scholar Ibn Munabbah wrote as early as 738 C.E., followed by Al-Masudi in 947 C.E. As Islam spread in the Savannah region, it was quite natural that commercial links should also come to be established with North Africa. Trade and commerce also paved way for the introduction of new elements of material culture, and made possible the intellectual development which naturally followed the introduction and spread of literacy, and for which parts of the Sudan were to become famous in the centuries to come. In the Kingdom of Tekur, situated on both banks of the Senegal, Islam was accepted as early as 850 C.E., by the Dya'ogo dynasty. This dynasty was the first Negro people who accepted Islam. It was for this reason that Muslim-Arab historians referred to Bilad al-Tekur as 'The Land of the Black Muslims.' War-jabi, son of Rabis, was the first ruler of Tekur in whose reign Islam was firmly established in Tekur and the Islamic Shari'ah system was enforced. This gave a uniform Muslim law to the people. By the time the Al- Murabitun of Almoravids began their attack on Tekur in 1042 C.E., Islam had made a deep impact on the people of that area. Al-Idrisi in 1511 described the Tekur Country as 'secure, peaceful and tranquil.' The capital town of Tekur was also called Tekur which had become center of commerce. Merchants used to bring wool to sell there from Greater Morocco and in return, took with them gold and beads. ] ] (More)
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Who was John of Damascus?
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John of Damascus was a Syrian monk and priest.
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In 726 CE, Emperor Leo carried out an important act, which completes the timeline above. What symbolic act did he carry out?
Weegy: Emperor Leo III removes icons from churches. User: Which of the following represents a major difference between the belief systems of Judaism and Islam? Weegy: belief in christianity: Christians believe that God is the creator of all people, the world, the universe, and everything seen and unseen. This is based on various Bible passages, including the first chapter of the Bible's book of Genesis. [ Jesus is the Son of God and is one with God. Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God, that he is one with God, and that he was sent here for our salvation. In John 10:30 (NIV translation), John the Apostle quotes Jesus as saying, "I and the Father are one." Jesus was conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. Christians believe that Jesus was conceived of the Holy Spirit of God and born through the Virgin Mary. As explained in Matthew 1:18 (NIV), "This is how the birth of Jesus Christ came about: His mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph, but before they came together, she was found to be with child through the Holy Spirit." The actions of a faithful Christian are therefore not motivated by ritual observances. Their lives are not shaped by rites or services or religious formalities. Instead, their actions can be compared to the obedience that a loving child gives to their parents. Besides, they believe to adopt all natures according to their local area living. now jewish belief: This diversity in Jewish belief arises in part because actions (good deeds and the mitzvot), not beliefs, are the most important aspect of Jewish religious life. In addition, the term "Jewish" can be used to describe a race and a culture rather than a religion, so some who identify themselves as Jewish may have little interest in the beliefs and practices associated with the religion of Judaism. Most of the jewish following general customs and living rathen than other customs specified. BASIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MUSLIM, CHRISTIAN AND JEWISH ... (More)
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