- AP World History Chapter 6 The First Global Civilization The Rise and Spread of Islam.
- The development and spread of Islamic cultures
AP World History Chapter 6 The First Global Civilization The Rise and Spread of Islam.
Embed Size px x x x x Download Report. Published on Dec View Download 1. Shaykhs are the leaders of the tribes or clans. Clan cohesion reinforced by fierce interclan rivalries and struggles to control vital pasturelands and watering places. Battles often ensued, which resulted in weak power status in relation to neighboring peoples and empires. Some cities arose as links in the transcontinental trading system.
Islam is a religion based upon the surrender to God who is One. The very name of the religion, ALISLAM in Arabic, means at once submission and peace, for it is in submitting to God's Will that human beings gain peace in their lives in this world and in the hereafter. The message of Islam concerns God, who in Arabic is called Allah, and it addresses itself to humanity's most profound nature. It concerns men and women as they were created by God--not as fallen beings. Islam therefore considers itself to be not an innovation but a reassertion of the universal truth of all revelation which is God's Oneness. This truth was asserted by the prophets of old and especially by Abraham, the father of monotheism. Islam reveres all of these prophets including not only Abraham, who is the father of the Arabs as well as of the Jews, but also Moses and Christ.
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The development and spread of Islamic cultures
Spread of Islamic Culture - World History - Khan Academy
The First Global Civilization: The Rise and Spread of Islam. CHAPTER SUMMARY. In the 7th century C.E., the Arab followers of Muhammad surged from the.
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