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What was the ghazu?

What was the ghazu?

A ghazu was a raid on another Arab tribe. The ummah was the Muslim community of believers.

How did Islam help spread?

Islam spread through military conquest, trade, pilgrimage, and missionaries. Arab Muslim forces conquered vast territories and built imperial structures over time.

How does this document explain how Islam spread?

How does this document explain why Islam might have spread so quickly? This document shows how there were many modes for religion and ideas to be spread to surrounding cities. The writer believes Islam spread due to the trade routes, and how merchants gave each other better prices than they did for non-believers.

How might the pact explain how Islam spread quickly?

The Pact was a treaty between Muslims and the Christians. This document explains why Islam spread so quickly because they kept their religion and what they believed in, they defended their lands so no one would conquer it then slowly Islam became bigger and bigger.

Why did Islam spread so quickly Doc D?

They traveled with merchants who traded spices, perfumes, precious metals, ivory, and silk (Doc A). Mecca’s important location as a center of trade allowed Islam to spread quickly to many distant lands.

Why did Islam spread so quickly bucketing?

There are many reasons why Islam spread so quickly. First Mecca was connected to many global trade routes. Another important reason was their military conquered lots of territory. While all three factors are important, it was Mecca’s connection to global trade routes that helped to spread the religion the most.

Why did Islam split into two factions?

Though the two main sects within Islam, Sunni and Shia, agree on most of the fundamental beliefs and practices of Islam, a bitter split between the two goes back some 14 centuries. The divide originated with a dispute over who should succeed the Prophet Muhammad as leader of the Islamic faith he introduced.