contribution of arabs

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Contribution Of Arabs

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Arabic, the main unifying feature among Arabs, is a Semitic language originating in Arabia. From there it spread to a variety of distinct peoples across most of West Asia and North Africa. Introduction

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Early Arabs The Rise Of Islam Arabs

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People seem to have lived in the Arabian peninsula from a very early date, perhaps crossing over the Sinai from Egypt. We don't know as much about these people as we would like to, because not very much archaeology has been done yet in the Arabian peninsula But from what we do know, it is clear that these people had a thriving early civilization. Early Arabs Animal Husbandry Kaba Arab

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The Rise OF Islam Muhammad (c. 570 – June 8, 632) was a trader later becoming a religious, political, and military leader. Muslims view him not as the creator of a new religion, but as the restorer of the original, uncorrupted monotheistic faith of Adam, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and others. In Muslim tradition, Muhammad is viewed as the last and the greatest in a series of prophets—as the man closest to perfection, the possessor of all virtues. For the last 22 years of his life, in 610, beginning at age 40, Muhammad started receiving revelations from God. The content of these revelations, known as the Qur'an, was memorized and recorded by his companions Arab

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(1) Qulama: Allah is one almighty and Muhammad is his Prophet. This article of faith must be pronounced by every Muslim. (2) Namaz (Prayer): Every Muslim must offer prayer five times a day. (3) Roza (Fasting): During the month of ‘Ramzan’, a Muslim must observe total fast during the day. (4) Zakat (Charity): Every wealthy Muslim should give 2.5% of his income as charity or alms. (5) Haz (Pilgrimage): A Muslim should undertake as far as possible a pilgrimage to Makkah at least once in his lifetime. Teaching Of Islam

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The Spread of Islam started shortly after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad in 632. During his lifetime, the community of Muslims, the ummah, was established in the Arabian Peninsula by means of conversion to Islam and conquering of territory. In the first centuries conversion to Islam followed the rapid growth of the Muslim world under the Rashidun and Umayyad Caliphs. Spread OF Islam

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The term caliphate refers to the first system of governance established in Islam. The most common translation for the word which appears in the Quran is vicegerency (or caretaker). Abu Bakr was the immortal hero of a famous book Arabian Nights. Caliphate

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Inland in North Africa, the nomadic Berbers allied with Arab Muslims in invading Spain. The Arabs mainly settled the old Phoenician and Carthaginian towns, while the Berbers remained dominant inland. Inland north Africa remained partly Arab until the 11th century, whereas the Iberian Peninsula, particularly its southern part, remained heavily Arab, until the expulsion of the Moriscos in the 15th century. Expansion Of Arab Empire

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During this period the Muslim world became an intellectual centre for science, philosophy, medicine and education as the Abbasids championed the cause of knowledge and established the "House of Wisdom" (Arabic:بيت الحكمة) in Baghdad; where both Muslim and non-Muslim scholars sought to translate and gather all the world's knowledge into Arabic. Contribution Of Arabs

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Arab Bazaars

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Arab culture is an inclusive term that draws together the common themes and overtones found in the Arabic-speaking cultures, especially those of the Middle-Eastern countries. This region's distinct religion, art, and food are some of the fundamental features that define Arab culture. Art And Architecture

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