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9 Which of the following Islamic groups played a large role in the spread of Islam in Southeast Asia? A. Turkish sultans B. Sufi mystics C. Sunni raiders D. Shi'a religious leaders
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User: 9 Which of the following Islamic groups played a large role in the spread of Islam in Southeast Asia? A. Turkish sultans B. Sufi mystics C. Sunni raiders D. Shi'a religious leaders





Weegy: Answer is B. Sufi mystics.
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User: Which European group forged an alliance with the Ethiopian kingdom in the 1540s in hopes of further spreading Roman Catholicism to the rest of predominantly Islamic Africa? A. Portuguese B. British C. French D. Romans

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The European group forged an alliance with the Ethiopian kingdom in the 1540s in hopes of further spreading Roman Catholicism to the rest of predominantly Islamic Africa is Portuguese.
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2) Which of the following dominated trans-Saharan trade? A. bananas and cotton B. nuts and iron C. slaves and beads D. gold and salt
Weegy: D. gold and salt User: 9 Which of the following Islamic groups played a large role in the spread of Islam in Southeast Asia? A. Turkish sultans B. Sufi mystics C. Sunni raiders D. Shi'a religious leaders Weegy: B. Sufi mystics played a large role in the spread of Islam in Southeast Asia. The Sufi missionaries played a significant role in spreading the faith by syncretising Islamic ideas with existing local beliefs and religious notions. [ ] (More)
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4) Why was salt a necessary resource for West African traders? A. It prevented dehydration. B. It served as a form of money. C. It preserved their gold supplies. D. It was in high demand from Arab traders in the north.
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Salt was a necessary resource for West African traders because - It was in high demand from Arab traders in the north.
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