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Islam in North Africa, India, and Southeast Asia

Summary: Islam had the greatest international impact due to its wide influence. Its impact was felt in Sub-Sahara Africa, India and Southeast Asia. Islam affected the way that people viewed their lives and was a positive force to the societies it touched.

The Age of Cross-Cultural Interaction was a period of time in which civilizations exchanged ideas, goods, and slaves. It was during this time period that Vikings raided counties, the slave trade was flourishing, and exploration of the New World was beginning. These are all significant events that mark the importance of this time. A very important event during this period was the exchange of religion. Religion provided a reason for diplomatic exchange between societies and helped foster many foreign relations. During this time period merchants and missionaries traveled to foreign places to bring the good news of their religion. One particular religion that had an impact was

Islam. Islam had the greatest international impact due to its wide influence. Its impact was felt in Sub-Sahara Africa, India and Southeast Asia. Islam affected the way that people viewed their lives and was a positive force to the societies it...

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