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Which statement accurately describes the Islamic Empire following Muhammad's death?
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A. It conquered a vast empire stretching from the Middle East to China. B. It introduced new teachings and minimized Muhammad's importance. C. It joined with Christians and Jews to establish an Abrahamic empire. D. It was divided by disagreements over which Muslims should be leaders.
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hich of the following groups was responsible for the slaughter of the male descendents of the Umayyad Dynasty? Abbasids  Which of the following regions was not affected by islam during its early history (prior to 750 C.E.)? South America  The Arabic camel nomads were referred to as bedouin  which of the following cultures of the Arabian Peninsula was most signifigant the development of Islam? Bedouin  which of the following statments concerning bedouin society is not accurate? Clans were commonly commonly congregated together in larger tribal groupings  which of the following groupings was not a componate of bedouin society? Artisans  which of the following statements concerning iner-clan relationships in benouin society is most accurate? 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Except in the sedentary agriculture communities of the south, there was little art or agriculture and the chief foucuse of cultural creativity was oarl poetry  what was the nature of pre-Islamic beouin religon? it was a blend of amimism and polytheism  which of the following represents a mounting pressure for change in pre-Islamic society? Greater Byzantine and Sadanian control over Arabic tribes of the peninsula and Arabic migration to Mesopotamia  When did Muhammad recive the first revelations that were eventully written down in the Quran? 610 C.E.  what was the inital response of the Umayyads to Muhammad's new faith? they regarded him as a threat to their wealth and poweras he questioned thetraditional gods of Ka'ba  which of the following statements concerning Muhammad's flight to Medina is not correct? 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Which statement accurately describes the Islamic Empire following Muhammad's death?
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i dunnooo tbh
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A. It conquered a vast empire stretching from the Middle East to China. B. It introduced new teachings and minimized Muhammad's importance. C. It joined with Christians and Jews to establish an Abrahamic empire. D. It was divided by disagreements over which Muslims should be leaders.
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