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Islam spread north at first and then spread east and west.

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It first spread throughout the Arabian Peninsula.


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The Arabian Peninsula was located at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and Asia, which provided opportunities for the expansion of Islam both by conquest and by trade.


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