I think the leader " Oqba Ibn Nafi' " has spread Islam in all the northern African countries , starting from Libya till Morocco ... and Algeria is in between ; so Islam was spread there under the Leadership of Oqba ibn Nafi' .
Islam is the only religion of Libya.
The major religion of Libya is Islam.
how did islam spread in africa
The most common religion in Libya is Islam.
Islam and Christianity are the two main religions in Libya
The most important spread of Islam was that it was spread by Muhummad.
Under the Umayyad Caliphate, Islam was spread to Western Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Spain, and Portugal all to the East of the already Muslim land. To the West and North, Islam was spread to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Northern Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan. The Umayyad was a Sunni Muslim dynasty and this is the reason that these countries, with the exception of Iran, are mainly composed of Sunni Muslims.
Muhammad spread the religion of Islam by teaching of the religion. He taught people that he was the messanger of God and that also spread Islam.
The state religion in Libya is Islam. The majority race is Human.
A struggle or conflict to spread Islam is a Jihad
Islam spread rather quickly at its onset.
Islam spread north at first and then spread east and west.
Arab traders were responsible for the spread of Islam.
Islam never spread by war. Refer to question below.
It was spread in Arabic.
In Libya, Islam is the most common religion with approximately 97% adhering to the Islamic faith.
Yes. The Arabs spread Islam from the 7th century to the present day.
Islam 97% Christianity 2%
Yes, it is illegal not to be a Muslim.
Libya's predominant religion is Islam.
Islam spread from it started as soon as people realized the wisdom of it.It is still spreading and will still spread.
The prophets of god spread Islam.
Islam spread from Arabia.
Islam has spread through out Pakistan ,Saudi Arabia, Dubai and Afghanistan.
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