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Until the advent of the Prophet Muhammad, founder of Islam during the years between 622-632, tribal jealousies and divisions between clan and clan had prevented the growth of the Arabs into a nation. (1). Through Islam and its intentions of being a religion of humanity, universal brotherhood, and a faith that was shaped by the belief in the oneness of God which would therefore bring about the oneness of its people these were changed. Arabs finally attained a type of uniformity. Their beliefs took on a more cohesive shape, and through these they gained more power than they had ever had. (2)…
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