Whose assassination started a serious rift between muslims in the seventh century c.e.

QUESTION POSTED AT 18/01/2020 - 12:55 PM

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Othman’s assasination had caused a major rift between the Sunnis and Shia.His successor, who was also known as the fourth caliphate, Ali, who was another son-in law of Muhammad cause the sectarian fraction between the Shias and Sunnis. During his reign, Ali was constantly at war with neighboring Muslim states

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The correct answer is B) It has uniquely American themes.

American literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries was different from the literature written in Britain during the same period in that it has uniquely American themes.

American literature in the 1800s is known as the Romantic Period. Writers and poets during this time wrote about specific situations that American people lived and faced during those years. They focused on topics that interested in American society and did not write about England or Europe. Among the famous authors of the time, we have Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.

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Which is the best description of the living and working conditions of the urban poor at the turn of the twentieth century?

Answer:

The best descriptions for the living and working conditions of the urban poor at the turn of the twentieth century, are: unsafe, unsanitary and unsanitary.

Explanation:

At the turn of twentieth century, and because of industrialization, and a decrease of opportunities in rural areas, the urban regions became overpopulated with people looking for jobs, easier access to the perks of city life, and running away from lack of opportunities in the country. As such, cities like Chicago, New York, among others not just in the United States, but around the world, began to face a problem of overcrowding especially in living areas, and the working places fared no better. In factories, there was little regulation on how workers did their jobs and apart from crowding, they had to face unsanitary conditions, which caused a lot of incidents and accidents. This without mentioning that buildings were not appropriately adapted to sustain so many workers safely, and ensure their safety. In living conditions things were not much better, and there was a burst of production of really small and clustered living units where families with more than 5 members could live in really small spaces. All these conditions made the urban poor face really unhealthy, unsafe and unsanitary situations.

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1. According to Islam, with which role did the angel Gabriel charge Muhammed? •caliph •emperor •messenger •Messiah 2. Which answer most precisely describes the location of Mecca and Medina? •Arabian peninsula •holy land and Mesopotamia • north Africa •southwest Asia 3. Why do Muslims consider the Quran sacred? •it is the word of God as revealed to Muhammed. •it gives instructions on the succession of leadership among Muslims. •it records and interprets Islamic law. •it records the efforts of the caliphs to spread Islam.

1- According to Islam, the angel Gabriel charged Muhammed with the role of God's messsenger.

This is affirmed in the Shadada (declaration of Muslim faith): "there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger".

2- The location of Mecca and Medina is in the Arabian Peninsula. Both cities are located in western Saudi Arabia.

3- Muslim consider the Quran sacred because they believe it is the word of God as revealed to Muhammed.

Muslims believe that the Quran is the "eternal and uncreated" word of God, revealed to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel.

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Was imperialism a proper and legitimate policy for the United states to follow at the turn of the nineteen century?

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Many subject peoples began to feel discontent with their imperial masters during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In addition to nationalism, which one of the following reasons best explains why they felt that way? A. colonialism- they wanted the opportunity to carve out overseas colonies and territories B. freedom-they wanted self-rule and independence C. imperialism-they wanted to dominate their neighbors and build their own empires D. communism-they wanted a world in which the workers were in charge

The best answer from the choices is letter B.

B. Freedom-they wanted self-rule and independence

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The answer is A. Johnson was too lenient on the Confederate leaders.

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Mark each statement if it correctly describes facts about China during the Sui dynasty. A. Under the Sui dynasty, China entered a golden age. B. The Sui dynasty reunited China in the sixth and seventh centuries by combining existing laws into a single legal code C. The Grand Canal was constructed to unite northern and southern China. D. The Sui united northern and southern China, but the new empire was too big to govern effectively. E. One reason that Chinese peasants were ready to rebel is that the emperor had used them as forced labor to achieve his goals.

The answer would be the B,C and D.

B. The Sui dynasty reunited China in the sixth and seventh centuries by combining existing laws into a single legal code 

C. The Grand Canal was constructed to unite northern and southern China.

D. The Sui united northern and southern China, but the new empire was too big to govern effectively.

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The Open Door Policy resulted from which of these factors? the start of a communist revolution in China the expansion of Japanese territory in mainland Asia the rapid industrialization of Southeast Asian nations the attempts of European nations to control trade in China

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When Muslims conquered a new land they often

forced the conquered people to convert to Islam

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Option C.

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Filling military supply orders, is the right answer.

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The period in Japan's history in the late 19th century when imperial rule was restored was known as the __________.

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Answer:

A is the correct answer.

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The 19th Amendment provided the right to vote to American Women. It was ratified on 18th August 1920. It was result of almost a  century of protests. The movement for women's voting rights was launched with Seneca Falls Convention.  The convention demanded for the voting rights of women. The convention was organised by Elizabeth Candy Stanton and Lucretia Mott. These activists lobbied the government and raised public awareness for voting rights to women.

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Monasticism during medieval Europe was MOST important for A) training people to become priests. B) spreading Christianity into rural areas. C) allowing armies to retake Islamic territories. D) expanding the scientific knowledge brought to Europe by the Muslims.

Monasticism during medieval Europe was MOST important for expanding the scientific knowledge brought to Europe by the Muslims. Thank you for posting your question here at brainly. I hope the answer will help you. Feel free to ask more questions.

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6. (3 pt) Which Muslim empire's capital of Isfahan was grand and well-planned? A. Ottoman Empire B. Safavid Empire C. Mughal Empire

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James brady hope it helps 

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What is the number of presidents assassinated

4,
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William McKinley 
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John F. Kennedy

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