Muslims believe in a Day of Judgment, when good souls will go to heaven and bad souls will go to hell. Islam sees Judaism and Christianity as earlier versions of Islam, revelations given within the same tradition by Allah but misunderstood over time by their followers. Muslims see Islam as the end and final revelation in the tradition of the three faiths.
The spread of Islam eventually expanded rapidly in less than a hundred years, Arab Muslims had conquered a bunch of land over a great amount of area, and it is also stretching from the Atlantic Ocean into Western Europe to the borders of India, also including Spain, North Africa, Egypt, Persia, Syr...
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...a, Indonesia, South Africa and the New World.
In recent years, Islam has once again started to spread into Europe, though not caused by military invasion but instead by immigration of dispossessed Muslims from North Africa, the Middle East and southern Asia. Muslims constitute the second largest population group within the former Soviet Union, and their numbers are rising at a rate four times as fast as the Soviet population as a whole. Eventually, The Islamic tradition recognizes many of the Jewish and Christian prophets, including Abraham, Moses, and Jesus. Many non-Muslims believe that Muhammad is the same as Jesus in the Islamic tradition. It actually is the Quran that stands in the same position in Islam as Jesus does in Christianity. Muhammad is not divine, only a prophet chosen by God to give his message and an example of himself for others to do themselves.
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