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[Summary]History of Islam Oneness of God Revealed books Predestination Day of Resurrection Profession of faith Alms-giving Sharia (law) Fiqh (jurisprudence) Kalam (dialectic) Ahl al-Bayt Imamah (Shia doctrine) Spread of Islam Black Muslim movements Nondenomin

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History of Islam

Oneness of God

Revealed books

Predestination

Day of Resurrection

Profession of faith

Alms-giving

Sharia (law)

Fiqh (jurisprudence)

Kalam (dialectic)

Ahl al-Bayt

Imamah (Shia doctrine)

Spread of Islam

Black Muslim movements

Nondenominational

Moral teachings

Proselytizing

Demographics

Social welfare

Criticism of Islam

Islam and other religions

Early Muslim conquests

Islamic expansion:

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Sasanian Empire
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Lakhmids
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Byzantine Empire
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Ghassanids
Bulgarian Empire
Kingdom of Makuria
Dabuyid dynasty
Khazar Khaganate
Turgesh Khaganate
Göktürk Khaganate
Sogdian rebels
Kurdish tribes
Berbers
Visigoths
Arab Christians
Kingdom of the Franks
Kingdom of the Lombards
Duchy of Aquitaine
Tang Dynasty
Pratihara Empire
Chalukya Dynasty
Sindh kingdom

History of Islam

Oneness of God

Revealed books

Predestination

Day of Resurrection

Profession of faith

Alms-giving

Sharia (law)

Fiqh (jurisprudence)

Kalam (dialectic)

Ahl al-Bayt

Imamah (Shia doctrine)

Spread of Islam

Black Muslim movements

Nondenominational

Moral teachings

Proselytizing

Demographics

Social welfare

Criticism of Islam

Islam and other religions

The Muslim Empire (636-1099)

The Arab conquest of the Land came four years after the death of Muhammad (632) and lasted more than four centuries, with caliphs ruling first from Damascus, then from Baghdad and Egypt. At the outset of Islamic rule, Jewish settlement in Jerusalem was resumed, and the Jewish community was granted permission to live under "protection," the customary status of non-Muslims under Islamic rule, which safeguarded their lives, property and freedom of worship in return for payment of special poll and land taxes.

Expansion of the Early Islamic Empire | Stanford History Education Group

Muslim Empire
Muhammad lived from 570-632 CE. A little more than a hundred years after his death, the Umayyad Caliphate stretched across the Middle East, North Africa, and Spain, becoming the largest empire ever up to that point. In this lesson, students examine a series of documents and consider the question: How did the early Islamic empire expand?
[Teacher Materials, Student Materials, and PowerPoint updated 11/05/14.]

Arab Invasions: The First Islamic Empire | History Today

Muslim Empire
When Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, died in 632 the new religion had already gathered a number of impressive victories on the battlefield. The armies of Islam quickly and easily conquered the Arabian peninsula before moving on to take the homelands of their various neighbours. Marching out of Arabia in 639 they entered non-Arab Egypt; 43 years later they reached the shores of the Atlantic; and in 711 they invaded Spain. In just 70 years they had subdued the whole of North Africa, instituting a new order. This conquest, from the Nile to the Atlantic, was more complete than anything achieved by previous invaders and the changes it wrought proved permanent.

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1300 Years of Islamic History in 3 Minutes

Muslim Empire

The rise and fall of Muslim empires in the Middle East over 1300 years from the early 600s to the 1900s

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Expansion of the empire

The great world religion of Islam was founded by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). By his death in AD632, Islam was the religion of all of Arabia. By 732, the Islamic empire stretched from the borders of India, through Persia and the Middle East, along the north coast of Africa, and into Spain.

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