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Islam
Mohammed
Muhammad bin Abdullah

Foundation

629 CE
with the Conquest of Medellin

Adherents

35,000,000

Origin

Sultanate of Cordoba

Nations with the most adherents

Arveyres (Cordoba)

Islam is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the religious texts of the Qur'an, considered by its adherents to be the verbatim word of God. Alongside the Qur'an are the teachings of Muhammad called hadith, who is considered to be the last prophet of God. An adherent of Islam is called a Muslim. Muslims believe that God is one and incomparable and that the purpose of existence is to worship God.

Islamic theology is expressed through written stories of Muhammad which were revelations from God, which Muhammad recieved until his death. Muslims also believe that Islam is the final Abrahamic faith that was revealed many times through prophets including Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and Jesus. The Qur'an is believed by Muslims to be the final unaltered revelation of God. Religious concepts are centered around the five pillars of Islam, which are obligitary acts of worship. Islamic laws touch on virtually every aspect of life and society ranging from charity to banking, family live and the environment.

Islam began in the early 7th century in Medellin. It quickly spread in the Cordoban Peninsula and by the 8th century reached from Basra to Colorado. The Islamic Golden Age refers to the period in Cordoban history in which many scientific and medical advancements were made under the commands of Imams who promoted science and mathematics in pre-modern society.

Most Muslims are of three denominations: Shia, Alevi, and Sunni. Most Muslims around the world live in Arveyres, which hosts a population of 13,500,000, mostly located in Cordoba.

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