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Belonging to a tribe probably gave nomads better access to grazing land.
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User: The caravan trade business made many people in Mecca rich

User: was the name of a new religion introduced by the prophet Muhammad

User: How is Caliph defined

User: Belonging to a tribe probably gave nomads better access to grazing land.

Weegy: True. Belonging to a tribe probably gave nomads better access to grazing land.
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User: A title that Muslims use for the highest leader of Islam

User: Many merchants in Mecca rejected the teachings of Muhammad because they did not want to lose money

User: Which physical feature dominates the landscape of Arabia

User: Why do geographers call Arabia a “crossroads” location

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Yes, the name of a new religion was introduced by the Prophet Muhammad.





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Caliph or khalifa is a title used for Islamic rulers who are considered politico-religious leaders of the Islamic community of believers, and who rule in accordance with Islamic law.

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A title that Muslims use for the highest leader of Islam is Caliph.


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Many merchants in Mecca rejected the teachings of Muhammad because they did not want to lose money. True

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The physical feature which dominates the landscape of Arabia is sandy deserts.

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Geographers call Arabia a “crossroads” location because it lies near the intersection of three continents Africa, Asia, and Europe and trade routes linking the continents have passed through the region of Arabia.


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