Module 1 – Part 1) Analyze and write a comprehensive one-page discussion on why, where, when, and how Islam developed and spread: begin with the year 632 CE (death of the Prophet Muhammad) and discuss


Module 1 – Part 1) Analyze and write a comprehensive one-page discussion on why, where, when, and how Islam developed and spread: begin with the year 632 CE (death of the Prophet Muhammad) and discuss the factors and the years leading to the spread of Islam from Mecca and Medina to the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Levant, North Africa, Spain, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and more recently, Australia, North America, and Europe. Conclude your response with a current news event that indicates the present-day state of Islam. 

Module 3 – Part 3) Explain in a one-page response why Jerusalem is at the heart of the Israel-Palestine conflict; make sure to analyze the central role of Jerusalem in the conflict and justify why all the three monotheistic traditions, as well as as Israel and Palestine, lay a claim to the “holy” city of Jerusalem.

Module 1 – Part 1) Analyze and write a comprehensive one-page discussion on why, where, when, and how Islam developed and spread: begin with the year 632 CE (death of the Prophet Muhammad) and discuss


Module 1 – Part 1) Analyze and write a comprehensive one-page discussion on why, where, when, and how Islam developed and spread: begin with the year 632 CE (death of the Prophet Muhammad) and discuss the factors and the years leading to the spread of Islam from Mecca and Medina to the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Levant, North Africa, Spain, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and more recently, Australia, North America, and Europe. Conclude your response with a current news event that indicates the present-day state of Islam. 

Module 3 – Part 3) Explain in a one-page response why Jerusalem is at the heart of the Israel-Palestine conflict; make sure to analyze the central role of Jerusalem in the conflict and justify why all the three monotheistic traditions, as well as as Israel and Palestine, lay a claim to the “holy” city of Jerusalem.

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