What religion spread from north America to west Africa?
The Islamic Conquests spread Islam throughout all of the Middle East,North Africa,and Spain.
Islam religion is spread all over the world. However, Islam religion is major religion in the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia.
it came to North America then Asia then Africa then Europe then South America
conflics in europe spur exploration in north america is ,one thier religion would be tolerent, two many felt they needed to spread thier religion.
FALSE. Islam spread quickly through the Middle East and North AFRICA. Islam has never been terribly successful in North America prior to the 1950s.
North America, South America, Europe, Austrailia, and southern Africa
started back in the 80's when bob Marley was born
Probably for adventure/food/war/spread of religion, etc.....
Muslim merchants from North Africa and Arabia interacted with Sub-Saharan African countries and their religion spread through these interactions.
Christianity spread through northern and eastern Europe during the Middle Ages, but Islam also spread through North Africa into Spain, into Turkey, and through Persia to the East.
North America is farther north than Africa. North America is further north than Africa. America is from latitude 22.79 to 71.30 = 48.51 in height Africa is from -34.83 to 37.34 = 72.17 in height There is an overlap of 14.55 North America is. Africa is very equatorial while North America is all above the equator.
To wherever Jews went in their exile: Western Asia, Europe, North Africa, and later to America.
North America is more north than Africa.
Africa is southeast of North America
what went to from Africa to north America
Christianity is the dominant religion in North America.
Christianity is the oldest religion in North America.
The earliest religion in North America was shamanism.
The missionaries came to North America because they wanted to spread their spiritual beliefs. Europeans believed that Christianity was the only true religion and that it was their duty to introduce it to every corner of the world.
Near East, Middle East, the Mediterranean region, North Africa, southern Europe, western and central Asia.
Homo Sapiens originate from Africa, Europe, and Asia. They spread to Australia and then North America during the Ice Age. This was due to land bridges being formed during this time period. South America was only connected to North America, so to reach this continent the Homo Sapiens had to first pass through North America (which is what they did).
Islam is the major religion in north Africa and southwest Asia.
The most common religion in North Africa is Islam.
North America is definitely farther north than Africa.
Smilodon: North & South America Homotherium: Europe, Africa, Asia & North America Xenosmilus: North America Machairodus: Africa, Asia, Europe & North America Megantereon: North America, Africa & Eurasia
The main religion in both North and South America is Christianity.
It's the major religion of North Africa.
John Calvin's religious ideas were spread to North America from Europe. "John Calvin's Protestant teachings were spread across Europe and into North America."
North America is further north than Africa.
The Dominant Religion in North Africa is Muslim. It is not 100% Muslim but about 80%. The language is Arabic
Africa is bigger than North America.
Buddhism first spread throughout India. Then it spread into China. As it spread into China it spread into Sri Lanka and then to Southeast Asia. From China it spread into Tibet, Korea and Japan. As of now Buddhism is practiced in all of the continents except Antarctica, (unless of course a Buddhist happens to be visiting). Buddhism is most prevalent in Asia and least prevalent in Africa. Buddhism is the fastest growing religion in Europe… Read More
Overall, yes, the spread of Roman culture was good as it was the civilizing force of most of Europe and north Africa. Overall, yes, the spread of Roman culture was good as it was the civilizing force of most of Europe and north Africa. Overall, yes, the spread of Roman culture was good as it was the civilizing force of most of Europe and north Africa. Overall, yes, the spread of Roman culture was good… Read More
Buddhism is practiced in all of the continents except Antarctica, (unless of course a Buddhist happens to be visiting). Buddhism is most prevalent in Asia and least prevalent in Africa. Buddhism is the fastest growing religion in Europe and North America. So Buddhists are everywhere.
Yes. North America is closer to North Pole than Africa.
Africa. Africa is a total of 30,221,532 km2 while North America is 24,709,000 km2.
The Atlantic Ocean separates North America and Africa.
First and second diaspora of English refers to the spread of the English language. The first wave reached North America, the Caribbean, Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand. The second resulted from colonialism and was spread to Asia and Africa.
North America is farther north.
South America is closer to Africa than North America.
It's our religion that we believe in , Egypt and some countries in north Africa main religion is Islam , however its not the only religion in the country .
No. Islam is not a language; it's a religion. The predominant language in North Africa is Arabic (admittedly in various dialects). There are also a number of Amazigh (Berber) languages used in North Africa. Islam is the predominant religion in North Africa.
The Lutheran religion quickly spread north to Sweden , Denmark , and Norway and then east to Poland
North America and Africa were never connected. Scientist do believe that until the continental drift Africa and South Africa were connected.
Islam as a political force spread through the Middle East, North Africa, and Spain through conquest. As a religion followed by the people, it spread through discriminatory treatment of Non-Muslims under Muslim rule, where conversion to Islam could lead to a better life.
It started in Iran then spread to Iraq and from there to other countries in the Middle East, Central Asia, North Africa such as Egypt, Turkey, Lebanon, the Sudan, and parts of what was then southern Russia. Around 1893 it spread to America and from there to Canada, England and France. From North America is spread to South America. Between 1953-1963 it was able to spread to most countries of the world aside from those… Read More
Millions of years ago North America was positioned with the Westerly 'bulb' of Africa nestled into what is now the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico. So North America is farther north, for the most part, than Africa.