Great Islamic conquests
The great Islamic conquest started in between AD 632 and 750.After the death of prophet (pbuh) this conquest were started Muslim are in shocked because of the death of are holy prophet. In order to ease their doubts, one among Mohammed's chief followers, Abu Bakr self-addressed the group gathered in Mecca: "Whichever of you worships prophet, recognize that prophet is dead. But whichever of you worships God, recognize that God is alive and doesn't die.
The first Islamic conquest
The first major conquest, noted for its brutality, occurred in Arabia itself, like a shot once Muhammad's death in 632. several tribes that had only nominally accepted Islam's authority, upon Muhammad's death, patterned they might break away; but, Muhammad's successor and 1st caliph, or successor, Abu Bakr, would have none of that, and declared a jihad against these peoples, because the "Ridda Wars" (or Apostasy Wars). In step with the said historians, tens of thousands of Arabs were place to the steel till their tribes re-submitted to Islam. The Ridda Wars is over around 634 to stay the Arab Muslims from quarreling, succeeding kaliph, Omar, launched the Muslim conquests: Syria was conquered around 636, Egypt 641, geographic region and therefore the Persian Empire, 650. By the first eighth century, all of North Africa and European country to the west, and therefore the lands of central Asia and Asian country to the east were conjointly brought below Muslim suzerainty.
Act of Muslims in Islamic conquest
The Muslims of Islamic conquests are seen as acts of altruism: they're remarked as futuh, which accurately suggests that "openings" that is, the countries conquered were "opened" for the sunshine of Islam to enter and guide its pagan inhabitants. Therefore to Muslims, there's nothing to regret or apologize for regarding the conquests; they're seen as for the great of these who were conquered. The Islamic conquests narrated within the Muslim histories usually mirror the belief obligations set go into Islam's system of rules texts the al-Qur'an and Hadith.