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Running head: ISLAMIC AND WESTERN ART AND ARCHITECTURE 1 Student Name: Topic: Islamic Art and Architecture Vs Western Art and Architecture Institution Name: Islamic Art and Architecture vs. Western Art and Architecture
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ISLAMIC AND WESTERN ART AND ARCHITECTURE 2 Islam is the religion elucidated by the Quran. a substance considered by its supporters to be the verbatim verbalization of God (Allāh), and, for by far an extensive segment of followers, by the lessons and controlling depiction (called the Sunnah, got out of records called hadith) of Muhammad (c. 570–8 June 632 CE). It is the world's second-most prominent religion and the snappiest making first religion on the planet, with more than 1.7 billion fans or 23% of the general individuals, known as Muslims. Islam is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion that keeps up that God is one and unprecedented and that the motivation driving proximity is to love God. Muslims consider Muhammad to be the last prophet of God Western culture, as a not exactly trustworthy run contrasted and Western change, Western world, Western culture or European human progress is a term utilized completely to suggest a legacy of social models. Moral qualities, standard traditions, conviction structures, political frameworks, are particular relics and movements that have some source or relationship with Europe. The term connected with European nations and nations whose history is unequivocally separate by European advancement, colonization, and impact, for example, the territories of the Americans and Australasia, whose present demographic bigger part is of European ethnicity, and are not restricted to the landmass of Europe. Islamic Art Islamic art incorporates the visual expressions created from the seventh century onwards by individuals (not Muslim) who lived in the region that was occupied by Muslim populaces. It includes fields as differed as engineering, calligraphy, painting, and earthenware production, among others. While not denounced in the Quran, making pictures of individuals and creatures is disliked in numerous Islamic societies. Associated with laws against excessive admiration reasonable to all Abrahamic religions, as 'Abdullaah ibn Mas'ood reported that Muhammad said, "The individuals will's identity most extremely rebuffed by Allah on the Day of Resurrection will be the picture
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ISLAMIC AND WESTERN ART AND ARCHITECTURE 3 producers" (reported by Al-Bukhari, see al-Fath, 10/382). However this run has been deciphered
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