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Three Reasons for the Spread of Islam
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(reason 1 ) Expansion was a success because of the religious _________ and the belief in __________.
(reason 2) Expansion was a success because of the obligation to spread their__________ beliefs and defend it, not just ____________, around the world.
(reason 3) Expansion was a success because of the ______________ they had.
Even though this is not directly mentioned in the Quran, many Muslims have used (reason 1) as a justification for______ over the years - bringing God's ____________.
The goal of (reason 2) was ultimately to achieve ________ in the life to come if someone dies in __________ they are guaranteed a place in ___________.
peace, war, heaven
The military organization was able to attract a great deal of the ______________ tribesmen by offering steady pay and the opportunity to make a great deal of money after attacking their __________.
___________________: As the religion grew, there was a greater need to feed and provide for all of the people and these reasons made it necessary to have the resources to do so.
Muslims were not concerned with the _______________ of their believers, but were more concerned with their religious _____________.
Muslims divided the world into two "sections".
The House of Islam and The House of War
What is The House of Islam?
everyone around the world that believed in Islam.
What is The House of War?
those places and people that did not believe in Islam.
Muslims believe that there is constant ____________ raging between _______________________ and ____________________ and that it would only stop once everyone has either been converted or defeated.
conflict, the house of Islam, the house of war
Once ______________ died, his followers were at crossroads. They wondered who would lead the ______________.
A _____________ of Muhammad's closest __________________ met to decide who would lead the community.
The council selected _____________ to replace Muhammad, He was the father-in-law of Muhammad.
___________ was a wealthy merchant in Medina, and was established by the people as the ______________.
Abu Bakr, Caliph
Along with being the governmental leader of the community, there was also an expectation that ___________ would serve as a religious leader or __________.
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