Why did leaders in Mecca initially reject Muhammad's teachings?
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(the leaders were having their own artificial gods... and Muhammad S.A.W told them to worship the only GOD)
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A. Islam represented a danger to Mecca's economy because Muhammad taught followers of Islam to avoid trade with non-Muslims.
B. The people of Medina were afraid that the influence of Islam would shift trade away from Mecca to Yathrib.
C. The spread of monotheism threatened Mecca's economy, which relied on the wealth of non-Muslim pilgrims.
D. Muhammad's use of torture against nonbelievers of Islam made those in Mecca fearful of his new religion.
as per your options i will go for B....
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