Why did the Islamic world suffer hardship during the 1200s and 1300s?
Christian soldiers of the Byzantine Empire forced Muslims under their control to accept Christianity or face death.
Muslim tyrants kept their subjects in serfdom and poverty.
Mongol armies rode out of central Asia to invade and conquer first one part and then another part of the Muslim world.
Western European kings sent armies to retake Jerusalem and capture as many Muslims as possible to use as slaves.
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D. Mongol armies rode out of central Asia to invade and conquer first one part and then another part of the Muslim world.
Think its A. I'm not too keen about religious text. I believe it references the Crusade, not sure. :)
Which statements are accurate descriptions of the Ottoman Empire?
Choose all answers that are correct.
The empire fought a series of religious wars with the Moghul Empire because its people were Shi'ite Muslim and the Moghuls were Sunni.
It was founded in the ninth century by the Byzantine leader Istan.
The great leader Süleyman created a vast legal code for the empire.
The name of the Byzantine capital Constantinople was changed under the Ottomans to Istanbul.
At its height, it encompassed territory that included all or part of more than 30 modern-day countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa.