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World History
Updated: 12/4/2018
World History
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  • Interactions
  • OK, well what do you have?
  • I came here to trade
  • Interactions
  • Interactions
  • Muslims controlled trade routes and port cities in between Europe and Asia therefore, Islamic merchants served as a middleman for trade
  • Conflict
  • The use of camels, caravans and Berber traders increased contact with Muslims.This route connected West Africa with the Muslim world and beyond; the interaction of people from various areas allowed the spread of Buddhism and Christianity
  • Conflict
  • Where are the JEWS?!
  • Ok :(
  • Arabs, Persians, and other groups unified politically and culturally as Muslims
  • Conflict
  • Jews were ostracized in European communities and often forced to live in independent communities (ghettos)
  • WHY?
  • You have to live here.
  • Jews living in Europe were often persecuted by the Roman Catholic Church and communities of Jews in Europe were attacked as part of the crusades
  • Throughout the Asian world(specifically in Southwest Asia) the monotheistic faiths were somewhat tolerant of Islam and were tolerant of “each other” provided they paid the jizya(tax on non-believers)
  • You have to pay me taxes.
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