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lauraguerra96

  • one year ago

During the Golden Age of Islam, Islamic empires ruled many Christians and Jews. Which of the following statements best describes the Muslims' relationship with these groups? Muslims considered these groups to be inferior as they followed a false god. Muslims considered these groups to belong to the same religious family. Muslims considered the religions of these groups to be different forms of Islam. Muslims considered these groups to be following a religion incompatible with Islam.

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  1. realsofia
    • one year ago
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    Muslims, Christians, and Jews co-existed for over seven centuries in the geographic area known as Al-Andalus or Moorish Spain. [ The degree to which the Christians and the Jews were tolerated by their Muslim (predominantly Arab) rulers is a subject widely contested among historians. According to the Convivencia view, the Muslims, Christians, and Jews who lived within Al-Andalus had relatively peaceful relations, with the exception of a few scattered revolts, and times of religious persecutions. According to the other, Al-Andalus' society was much more characterized by inequality, group egoism and reciprocal hostilities between the various religious groups.[1] The great amount of cultural and social interaction that took place between these three distinct social and religious groups led to the creation of a unique and diverse culture that continued to flourish even after the Reconquista. ]

  2. lauraguerra96
    • one year ago
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    so it would be C right?

  3. realsofia
    • one year ago
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    yes

  4. lauraguerra96
    • one year ago
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    Thanks :)

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