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THE INFLUENCE OF MOHAMMED THE PROPHET The success of the Arabian civilization is due to the contributions and efforts of one single man by the name of Pbuh Mohammed Mohammed was a prophet who was responsible for the creation and development of the Islam religion which would later become the foundation of the Arabian society Other than the fact that he developed a religion that is accepted world wide he granted the people of Arabia with a new culture and way of life There is no way to measure the importance of this one mans life or the impact that he had on both Arabia and the rest of the world Arab civilization truly began in AD 570 with the birth of a man that would grow up to develop the foundation for every aspect of the Arabian lifeThe Islam religion is the first and oldest of its kind The development of this Muslim belief caused a great turning point in the development of the Arabian civilization It would eventually grow and develop forming the foundation of the entire Arabian Empire The word Islam itself means submission to the will of the Gods While the word Muslims the name given to followers of the Islam religion simple translates into those who submit The religion began with one follower named Mohammed and expanded to the present day estimate of about 750000000 The Muslims believe in oneGod and one God only Allah They believe that he stands alone and has absolute control over the actions of all people on earth Muslims also believe that all men are equal to Allah For this reason the importance of acts of charity and easing the suffering of those in need were greatly stressed by Mohammed At the time this was directed towards the poor the women and the children of Arabia Islam
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