What areas did Arab armies conquer?
they began in deserts of Arabia and into the far west
The Arab or Muslim armies conquered so quickly because of their size and the ability to move quickly over wide areas. The cavalry was especially effective.
The armies were known as the Arab Nomads, Jihadis, or Mujahedin.
711 - 712 AD
They invaded Israel.
Clovis was the first king of the Franks to conquer large areas.
phase 1. conquest by arab armies phase 2. conquest by non-arab armies that had embraced islam phase 3. peaceful spread of islam by merchants and missionaries
The Roman armies were able to defeat and conquer so many people because they were better equipped, better trained, and better disciplined. They were simply better than their enemies. The Roman armies were able to defeat and conquer so many people because they were better equipped, better trained, and better disciplined. They were simply better than their enemies. The Roman armies were able to defeat and conquer so many people because they were better equipped… Read More
Mostly areas in Asia.
Arab armies attacked to restore Arab influence in India
Arab armies conquered Egypt in 640 C.E. and finally reached and conquered Morocco and 680 C.E. All of Northern Africa was added to the Islamic Caliphates in the interim 40 years.
Generally speaking, the Amazigh (proper term for Berber) in the lowland and coastal areas capitulated relatively quickly to the Arab Muslim Armies and converted to Islam, in order to participate in the the booty collection from future conquests. This allowed the Arab Muslim Armies to be bolstered at each point of conquest and would eventually allow there to be a conquering force large enough to conquer Spain in the 8th century. It was the lack… Read More
Because they objected to the formation of Israel
Seven Arab armies invaded.
"Dabit" is the Arabic Word for "Officer" and is a likely surname given to high ranking military officers in the Arab Armies.
No, the Roman armies never got anywhere near what is now Poland.
He organized his armies on the decimal system.
they got a nasty attitude and they even revolted
Asia Minor, southeastern Europe and most of the Arab lands in the Middle East
Israel effectively prevented the Arab armies from conquering it and was actually able to make territorial gains before agreeing to armistices.
What was a major reason from the Arab countries as to why Arab and Israeli armies fought several wars?
The major reason for this conflict was that arab countries wanted to destroy Israel -and go on wanting it until now. They´ve changed the methods- but not the goals
US Aid to Israel in the Arab-Israeli War of 1973 helped Israel to reverse the tide of that war and push back the invading Arab armies.
Arab Nationalism rose to prominence with the weakening and defeat of the (non-Arab) Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century and declined after the defeat of the Arab armies in the Six Day War.
Vietnam and north Korea
No he did not even try.
She was attacked by seven Arab armies despite her calls for peace.
This is a nebulous question because dates and adversaries are not provided. Surely, the question does not refer to the Invasion of the Mongols who not only burnt several Persian cities to the ground, sacked the Abbassid capital of Baghdad, and murdered many millions of civilians while the Muslim armies failed to put up any serious resistance (with the possible exceptions of the Hashashin Ismailis in Iran for a few years and the Mamluks at… Read More
Armies from six Arab Countries invaded Israel.
Iran was called Persia at that point in history; it was ruled by the Sassanid Empire.
The armies of Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq invaded the former Mandate of Palestine along with regiments from Yemen and Saudi Arabia.
Areas in Italy, France, Germany, Gual (ancient country), Luxembourg, and Belgium.
The Jewish-Arab Engagement in Palestine (which was a war between Jewish and Arab Militias) was greatly expanded by the invasion of Arab Armies into the newly declared Israel. The War eventually concluded in 1949 with several armistice agreements.
Jews around the world became excited and the neighboring Arab countries sent in their armies.
Israel was attacked by seven Arab armies, despite its call for peace and coexistence.
Which country equipped Israel's air force and enabled the destruction of the Arab armies in the 6 day war?
FRANCE equipped Israel's Air Force from 1953 until 1967. It was only after the Six-Day War that the United States became Israel's primary benefactor. All Israeli planes that flew in the Six-Day War (Dassault Mirage III, Dassault Super Mystère, Sud Aviation Vautour, Mystere IV, Dassault Ouragan, Fouga Magister trainer outfitted for attack missions, Nord 2501IS military cargo plane) were French models and equipment.
it conquered in 1912.
Taiwan, Korea, And Northeastern china
north America California
No empire was created specifically in order to conquer Constantinople. From 656-661 C.E. there was the Fitna al-Kubra or the First Islamic Civil War where the the Rightly-Guided Caliphate, the Khawarijites, and the Umayyad Caliphate all fought each other for dominance in Egypt, Levant, and Mesopotamia. The Umayyad Caliphate came out of that war as the single Islamic Empire and single Arab State. The Umayyads focused their attention northward and besieged Constantinople from 674-678 C.E.
I am not sure what you are asking. If you mean how did the forces from those Arab armies enter Israel, the answer is simple. All four of the countries that bordered Israel were a subset of the seven invading countries. The tanks literally just crossed the border. If you are asking about how Israel was unable to repel them immediately, the answer is also simple, Israel did not have the manpower to do that.
Islam as a religion was not actually spread by Arab armies at all; it was spread by (1) using discriminatory legislation within territories controlled by the Arab Islamic Caliphates to promote conversion to Islam and (2) sending missionaries and business people to areas outside of the Caliphates to convert foreign dignitaries and subjects. As for "Islam" as a euphemism for the countries where Islam was an official religion, these empires ONLY expanded through conquest. Unlike… Read More
The areas the New Kingdom conquered were Egypt's Canaanite, Nubia, and Libya.
well i'm sure they ruled most of mexico but they did expand their armies to most of central america hope this helped
It was at "Albany". Albany is the capital of New York, so the answer is Alban.
It was at "Albany." Albany is the capital of New York, so the answer is "Albany."
The harsh, tough desert warriors of the Arab armies were able to quickly suppress the softer, more comfort dependent armies o the Byzantines and Persians.
The reason for the high density of population of coastal areas in the Arab gulf states are because access to the coast means shipping and jobs.
ethiopia, italy, france, greece, and egypt
Rose in Turkey. Conquered the Mediterranean posts.
Most Arab leaders contest all areas of Israel. However, the only two areas that they have any serious chance of acquiring with the blessing of the international community (and through diplomacy) are the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
How did the historical circumstances of the Christians and Jews in Arabia and Palestine help to support the rise Islam?
There were some Jewish and Christian Arab tribes in Arabia that allied with the Muslim armies and Jews in a number of regions assisted Muslims with local governance during the expansionary campaigns, freeing more Muslims to fight. However, Christians in most areas did not openly support the Rise of Islam and the people of Byzantine Palestine were opposed to Arab expansion before they were conquered.