Muhammad and the conquests of Islam
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Published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson .
Written in English


  • Muhammad, -- Prophet, -- d. 632.

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Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the Italian by Virginia Luling and Rosamund Linell.
SeriesWorld University Library
The Physical Object
PaginationC8.256. Ill.(some col.).
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14988333M
ISBN 100303175869

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  The Ridda Wars ended around To keep the Arab Muslims from quarreling, the next caliph, Omar, launched the Muslim conquests: Syria was conquered around , Egypt , Mesopotamia and the Persian Empire, By the early 8th century, all of north Africa and Spain to the west, and the lands of central Asia and India to the east, were also. In their book Crossroads to Islam, Yehuda D. Nevo and Judith Koren advanced a thesis, based on an extensive examination of archaeological evidence from the early Islamic period, that Muhammad may never have existed, with monotheistic Islam only coming into existence some time after he is supposed to have lived. Life and Teachings of the Prophet Muhammad 1. Arabia before Islam ~ 9 ~ spring which is known as Zamzam. Makkah is founded at this spring spot of Zamzam. Both Makkah and Madinah were, and still are, islands in a sea of desert. These towns were initially inhabited by the descendants of the nomads, who still retained many of the desert born habits of. Book Description: The oldest Islamic biography of Muhammad, written in the mid-eighth century, relates that the prophet died at Medina in , while earlier and more numerous Jewish, Christian, Samaritan, and even Islamic sources indicate that Muhammad survived to lead the conquest of Palestine, beginning in