Islam Spreading Throughout the Greater Middle-East
Islam and the Arabs have mostly populated the Asian continent for a long time. They have succeeded in conquering and spreading throughout the greater Middle East despite strong empires, for example, Byzantines and Persians. They spread out quickly, facilitated by the existence and constant emergence of potential, powerful, charismatic leaders, for example, Mohammad. Among the Islamic religion, there exists strong martyrdom among the members who follow and believe in the Islamic faith. Most of the members were willingly sacrificing their lives for the sake of the religion. This leads to strong ties between the Muslims. Although they believed Mohammed to be Jesus’s successor, not everybody welcomed his teachings. Even some members of his clan rejected his teachings.
The rise of Islam is entirely centered on Prophet Mohammad. He had outstanding military strategies that helped transform Muslim history. Conversely, saw the birth of a new destiny of the members of the Arab community. The introduction of the new religion leads to a collision with Mecca believers. Despite the opposition, much conversion was witnessed as the religion gained acceptance. Martyrdom among the Muslim world due to complete faith in the Islamic religion enabled the community to win many battles. The invasion of Mecca’s prosperity led to the fall of the hostile Mecca religion that heavily depended on the pagan shrine to raise revenues. This led to the massive spread of the Islamic religion. Active teachings and subsequent conversion spread throughout the Gulf. The spread took shape as Mohammad and his followers won many battles. This projected the Islam faith gaining a lot of superiority among the members and neighboring communities.
Another factor includes the social setup. The new religion enhanced life, providing an organizational structure of the society. The new faith provided a framework of religious ideologies that united the diverse Islam tribes. Additionally, there were rules and regulations that guided the nomad’s actions. New reforms initiated by the holy Quran guided the Muslim community. The law emphasized the total aggressiveness of the Muslim holy war, the Jihad. The practice of Jihad leads to massive conversion of new members. Again, Islamic social science and the traditional learning setups have a potential influence. The diverse Muslim learning institutions have enabled the significant spread of Islamic traditions influencing its popularity and supremacy.