Islamic Interactions of the Post-Classical Era

Islamic Interactions of the Post-Classical Era
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  • Muslim forces are met by resistance in Byzantium cities. 
  • Christian Church arguing with a Muslim group.
  • The Jewish population revolting and rebelling against Islamic followers.
  • I have had a good morning thus far, Shari.
  • The Orthodox Christians that belonged to the Byzantine Empire retaliated against Muslims who sought to have control over their land. 
  • Jewish and Muslim People in Anatolia
  • The Church, no matter it being Orthodox, or Catholic, hated the Islamic followers with a passion during this time period.
  • The Muslim Empire's Sultanate and advisers in Egypt
  • Although the Islamic Empire favored religious tolerance, many peoples such as Jewish and Christian groups had ignored this, and decided to revolt against their controllers, costing more than what they would gain.
  • Al-Andulus
  • Jewish and Muslim population conversing and being friendly with one another.
  • How has your day been, Anatole?
  • The Muslims send ambassadors and advisers to their Sultan in Egypt, portraying their Empires goals and hwo they should treat others.
  • In Al-Andulus, Muslim and Christian populations lived together in a kind of equality, this was called "tolerance"
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