History p.192-196

History p.192-196 - • Caliph successor Arab conquests...

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Alison Lindsay Period 6 History R/O pgs. 192-196 The Arab Empire and Its Successors Creation of an Arab Empire Muhammad was the political and religious leader of the Islamic community When Muhammad died, he had never name his successor Abu Bakr Wealthy merchant Muhammad’s father in law Went on the journey to Medinah Chief advisor Led public prayers when Muhammad was sick
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Unformatted text preview: • Caliph- successor Arab conquests Suppress tribal political and religious uprisings and united the Islamic world Muslims expanded over Arabia and beyond Jihad- fair defensive warfare • Allowed by the Quran • “struggle in the way of God” 636 • Yarmuk • Arab army defeated the Byzantine army...
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