History of Islam Essay | How Far Did Climates of 7th Century Arabia Contribute to the Emergence of Islam?

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How Far Did Climates of 7th Century Arabia Contribute to the Emergence of Islam?

Summary: Explains how the religious, political, economical, and social climates of seventh century Arabia contributed immensely to the emergence of Islam.
The religious, social, political and economical climates of seventh century Arabia, also known as pre-Islamic Arabia, contributed immensely to the emergence of Islam.

Religious climates were one of the causes of the emergence of Islam.

At the time in the seventh century of Arabia, people lived in the days of ignorance, known as Jahiliyah. During this period of time, people of Arabia worshipped idols and Arabia was considered a God-less region.

Before the time of Jahiliyah, a group of people, al-Hanafiyyeen, followed the monotheistic teachings of Abraham (Ibrahim). He alleged faith in one universal God, but after his death, Arabs returned to the polytheistic society.

People of Arabia

"worshipped stones, trees, idols, stars and spirits; in short everything conceivable except God... they revelled in adultery, gambling and drinking." (Abul Ala Mawdudi).

The Hanifs believed that there...

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