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the Islam religion was spreaded by the prophet Muhammed (s.a.w).

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Muslim traders demonstrated good morals as honesty and tolerance in addition to refraining themselves from bad deeds as gambling, fornication, drinking alcohols. They demonstrated the logistics of Islam religion and authenticity of Quran as real God revelation words.

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Islam was affected by trade routes when they traded too. For example, when Islam traded in westAfrica, they told the people there about the religion of Islam and they converted to it. It was affected by growing bigger on trade routes.


Islam first spread along TRADE ROUTES since merchants could often bring the religion to places too far away to effectively conquer.


Answer 1because it was a better thing that more people knew what Islam wasAnswer 2While trade was certainly good for the spread of Islam, there is no clear information that shows that the spread of Islam had a positive influence on trade. The trade routes under Islam were no different than the previous trade routes except for the religion of the merchants. Perhaps higher quantities of merchandise were moved since people naturally trust people with their own religious faith all else equal, but there is insufficient information to show this.


The honesty, straightforwardness, integrity, compassion and fair dealing of the Muslim traders impressed the people wherever they went and helped spread Islam in various areas along the trade routes.


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Islam diffused along trade routes because those who believed in it were moral and upright individuals. Islam was not unique in this. Nearly every proselytizing religion has spread through trades routes (like Christianity and Buddhism). Since Muslims had frequent trade with more distant regions, though, Islam's expansion through peaceful diffusion is more pronounced than for other religions.


Yes. It was one of several ways that Islam spread and the most prominent form of purely peaceful missionizing prior to the Modern Era.




It spread along trade routes.


Geography was very helpful to the spread of Islam. Through trade routes between Mecca and Medina, Islam swept the Arabian peninsula in just ten years. In addition, substantial migration of Arab tribes to the peninsula, who were already converts, further helped the religion spread.


The Arabic language spread in parallel with Islam since the Qur'an and the Sunnah are written in Arabic. Islam spread, in part, through trade because merchants from distant places would meet Muslims and become interested in learning more about the religion.


the Arab trading partner brought scholarship, law and the religion of islam to west africa


Muslim merchants set up trading posts throughout southeast Asia and taught Islam to people there.


Yes, Islam started in Mecca which was a trade centre in Arabia. People comming to Mecca to trade heared about Islam and spread the word. In Islam trade is encouraged as a way to make profit as taking interest on money is not allowed. So many Muslims travelled to trade. Islam requires the merchant to be honest and not cheat customers no matter what their religion was, so people liked dealing with early Muslim traders and eventually liked and accepted the religion as they found it a great one because of its simplicity, adaptability, and equality.


Islam religion spread in the Philippines just through Muslims who were traveling back and forth for trade. Those Muslims were well representing the true Islam and the true Muslim morals and characters. They were not directly inviting people to Islam but their good characters and morals and good deeds attracted people to follow their example and convert to Islam.


black death was spread by trade routes. Mainly silk road and ports.


No, it spread also by the sword.


Yes. The Moghuls spread Islam from the Arabian peninsula to south Asia, including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India. Islam also spread to West Africa. The Moors brought Islam to southern Spain. Islam was also spread to Turkey after the time of Muhammad. The early Muslims were known as skilled sailors and spread their religion through trade routes to southeast Asia, in countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. In modern times, Muslims (like so many people do in this mobile world) are migrating while bringing their religion with them wherever in the world they happen to settle, and "western" people sometimes convert to Islam like they might convert to any other religion, each for his or her own reasons. There is no geographic restriction to most religions in most parts of the world.


Islam spread through means of commerce and education whereby non-Muslims learned of the faith and adopted as their own amidst business dealings with Muslims moving along the major trade routes. Islam, as a religion, claims salvation for all people in all places, making the religion very attractive, especially to people born into low castes and bad economic positions. They also saw the Muslim morality as being desirable.


Islam spread via trade routes to West Africa and to Southeast via the Indian Ocean to Central Asia and China via the Silk Routes.


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Islam stretched outside of the borders of Islamic countries by commerce and trade. The best evidence for this conclusion is that Islam's greatest entrenchment outside of Islamic Empires in areas directly accessible to those empires by trade routes. Non-Muslims encountered Muslims during these commercial events and deemed their religion proper and correct and desired to learn more of it.


The Islamic religion was mostly spread throughout Africa, and eventually Asia too, by trade. Muhammad also set up local courts to honor Muslim laws.



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