Some cities important to the religion of Islam include Mecca, Najaf, and Jerusalem. It is estimated that Islam has approximately 1.57 billion adherents throughout the world.
The most significant things in history is: the date , time, whos who, and where!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mecca, Medina, Jerusalem and all the cities who where introduced in the old and new Testament. Prophet Muhammad was Born in Mecca, went to Medina where he lived for a Long time, from Jerusalem he started his journey into heaven. The Islam also know the cities from the old and new Testament. For some islamic Schools other cities are relevant to like Bagdad, Kerbala,...
No. It is based on the Quran, although there is some significant crossover of material shared in each.
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Jerusalem is a significant, holy city for all Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. Consequently, you can imagine the conflicts that would arise from this.
The official religion of the Islamic Empires was some form of Islam, usually Sunni Islam, but there were several Shiite, Ibadi, and Kharijite Islamic Empires at various points of history. Of course, there were significant populations (in some cases, majorities) who were Non-Muslim, often Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, Jain, and Sikh.
Christianity and Islam share a common history and share some of the same beliefs, but they have definite differences...
History, the entire subject, is a study of significant events from the past. This question is too general to be answered.
Islam has invented some of the greatest things in history. For example, they invented algebra, maths, etc.. Some of the greatest men who lived were masters at astronomy, physics, maths etc... Islam has seriously invented a many great things which have dominated the world.