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先知穆罕默德

1400年以前, 一个目不识丁的麦加商人走进历史的卷幅, 从而改变了整个世界. 他冥冥中得到了神的启示, 成为了真主的信使, 创立了现今世界三大宗教之一伊斯兰教, 他就是先知穆罕默德.






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Each clan had its own separate gods and totems to water and wind, fire and night. They were kept in the caravan town of Mecca, in a shrine of wood, stone and cloth. It was called, the Kaaba, the Arabic word for Cube.
 
Pre-Islamic-Arabs worshiped a number of spirits, and they were generally nature-oriented spirits, sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or strength. And the Kaaba in Mecca was one of a number of these sanctuaries, centered around a particular cluster of deities.

 

It was said the Hebrew patriarch Abraham himself built the Kaaba centuries before, and that a sacred black stone it held within had fallen from the sky. In these turbulent times, the Kaaba provided a rare place of peace. Only here would the Bedouin submit to a temporary truce before returning to their conflicts of the open sands.
 
There was this one place in the middle around the Kaaba, which was from even Pre-Islamic times, was a place of a sacred enclosure, where all people had to put down their arms and this of course facilitated trading, because it meant that you couldn't carry on your feuds when you were doing your buying and selling.
 
The spiritual and economic importances of the Kaaba in Mecca are pretty hard to separate as far as Pre-Islamic-Arabs are concerned.

 

The Kaaba made Mecca a vibrant center for trade. Here were found Arabian incense, exotic perfumes and Indian spices, Chinese silks and Egyptian linens. But perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mecca was the rich mixture of cultures.

 

There were people who came through town, who had all kinds of interesting experiences to relate to faraway places. The local religion was mixed---there were Christians, there were Jews, and there were also the Arabs of the desert who followed an animist type of religion.
 
Muhammad's world was a center of trade, connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean, linking the aging empires of Byzantium and Persia to the great bazaars of India and China. Muhammad became a merchant. In fact, he had a great flair for trade. At the age of 25, while leading a caravan northward to Syria, his talents caught the eye of the shipment's owner, a wealthy widow named Khadija.

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Each clan had its own separate gods and totems to water and wind,fire and night.They were captain the caravan town of Mecca,in a * of wood,stone and  *.It was called,the Kaaba ,the Arabic word for Cube.

 

Pre-Islamic-Arabs worships a number of spirits,* generally nature-oriented spirits,sometimes associated with natural features like trees,rocks or spring.And the Kaaba in Mecca was one of number of these sanctuaries,centered around particularly cluster deities.It was said the Hebrew patriarch * himself,build the Kaaba centuries before.And that the sacred black stone is held within had fallen from the sky.In this turbulent times,the Kaaba provided a rare place of peace.Only here where the Bedouin submit to a temporary truce before returning to their conflicts * open sands.

 

There was this one place in the middle around the Kaaba,which was from even Pre-Islamic times,was a place of sacred enclosure,where all people had to put down their arms and this of course facilitate trading.Er..because it meant that you couldn't carry on your feuds when you were doing your buying and selling.

 

This * economic importance to the Kaaba and Mecca are pretty hard to separate as far as Pre-Islamic-Arabs are concerned.The Kaaba made Mecca a vibrant center for trade.Here we've found Arabian incense,exotic perfumes and Indian spices,Chinese silk and Egyptian linens.But perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mecca was the rich mixture of cultures.There were people who came through town who had all kinds of interesting experiences related to faraway places.The local religion was mix,there were Christians,there were Jews,and there were also the Arabs of the desert who followed an animus type of religion.

 

 Muhammad's world was the center of trade,connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean,linking the aging empire of Byzantium Russia to the great bazar of India and China.

 

Muhammad became a merchant.In fact,he had a great flair for trade.At the age of 25,while leading a caravan northward to Syria,his talents caught the eye of the *'s owner,a wealthy widow named *.

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Each clan has it's own separate Gods and Totems,to water and wind,fire and night.There were captain in Cantivan town of Mac in a shrine of wooden stone and clock,it was called CUB,the arabian word for CUE.

Pre-islamic arabians worship number of ex-spirits,never originally nature or into spirits,sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or straits,and the CUB in Mac was one of number of these centurial areas,centered around particular cluster of deities.

 

History said the Hebrew patriarch ebraim/ himself,those are the CUBS century before,and that secret blackstone held with them had fallen from sky.In these turbulent times,the CUB provided Arab base of peace.Only here was the Bediwen submitted to a temporary truce before returning to that conflicts of reopening sounds.

 

There was this one place in the middle around Caba which was from even pre-islamic times was a place of a secretive clousre,where all people had to put down their arms and this of course percilitate trading um.because it meant that you could carry on your feuds when you were feuding your vie islam/.This spiritual and economic importance of CUB in Mac are pretty hard to separate pre-islamic Arabs' concerns.

 

The CUB made Mac a vibrant center for trade,here were found arabian insences,exotic perfumes in indian spices,chinese soaks and gypsian lemonds,but perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mac was rich mixture of cultures.

 

Divert people whole team through town who had all kinds of interesting experiences related far away places,the local religion was mixed,they were chiristines,they were jews and they were also the arabs desert who follows the enemous type of religion

 

Mahammad's world was the center of trade,connected Mediterranean Sea to the Indian ocean linking the aging empire of Byzantium percher to the great persades of India and China.Mahammad became a merchant,in fact he had a great fair for trade.At the age of 25, while leading a Caliban north was to Syria,his tanvens copy eye of shapens owner,a wealthy widow name Hardijiar

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Each clan has it's own separate gods and totems,to water and wind,fire and night.There were  a captain in Cantivan town of Mekka  in a shrine of wood and stone and cloth,it was called the Kaba,the Arabicword for "cube".

Pre-islamic Arabs worship a number of spirits,never originally natural into spirits,sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or springs,and the Kaba in Mekka was one of number of these sanctuaries,centered around particular cluster of deities.

 

It was said the Hebrew patriarch,Abraham himself,those are the Kaba's century before,and that secret blackstone held with them had fallen from the sky.In these turbulent times,the Kaba provided the Arabs a place of peace.Only here was the Bediwen submitted to a temporary truce before returning to that conflicts to the open sounds.

 

There was this one place in the middle around the Kaba  which was from even pre-islamic times was a place of,uh, a secret  enclosured,where all people had to put down their arms and this caused facility contrited? um.because it meant that you couldn't carry on your feuds when you were doing your vio? litany.This spiritual and economic importance of Kaba  in Mac are pretty hard to separate the pre-islamic Arabs' concerns.

 

The Kaba  made Mekka a vibrant center for trade,here were found Arabian in sences,exotic perfumes in indian spices,Chinese soaks and Egyptian linens,but perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mekka was the rich mixture of cultures.

 

The all people who came through town who had all kinds of interesting experiences related far away places,the local religion was mixed,they were Christians,they were jews and they were also the Arabs of the desert who follows the enemous types of religion.

 

Mohammed's world was the center of trade,connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian ocean linking the aging empire of Byzantium percher to the great persades of India and China.Mohammed became a merchant,in fact he had a great flirt for trade.At the age of 25, while leading a Caliban northwest to Syria,his talent caught the eye of a shipment owner,a wealthy widow named Hardijiar

 

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Each clan had its own separate gods and its totems to water and wind,fire and night.They were kept in the caravan town of Mecca,in a shrine of wood,stone and cloth.It was called,the Kaaba ,the Arabic word for Cube.

 

Pre-Islamic-Arabs worshiped a number of spirits. They were generally nature-oriented spirits,sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or streams.And the Kaaba in Mecca was one of number of these sanctuaries,centered around a particular cluster of deities.It was said the Hebrew patriarch Abra- ham himself,build the Kaaba centuries before.And that a sacred black stone it held with him had fallen from the sky.In these turbulent times,the Kaaba provided a rare place of peace.Only here where the Bedouin submit to a temporary truce before returning to their conflicts of the open sands.

 

There was this one place in the middle around the Kaaba,which was from even Pre-Islamic times,was a place of a sacred enclosure,where all people had to put down their arms and this of course facilitated trading.Er..because it meant that you couldn't carry on your feuds when you were doing your buying and selling.

 

The spiritual and economic importance of the Kaaba and Mecca are pretty hard to separate as far as Pre-Islamic-Arabs are concerned.The Kaaba made Mecca a vibrant center for trade.Here we've found Arabian incense,exotic perfumes and Indian spices,Chinese silks and Egyptian linens.But perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mecca was the rich mixture of cultures.There were people who came through town who had all kinds of interesting experiences related to faraway places.The local religion was mixed,there were Christians,there were Jews,and there were also the Arabs of the desert who followed an animus type of religion.

 

 Muhammad's world was a center of trade,connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean,linking the aging empires of Byzantium Persia to the great bazaars of India and China.

 

Muhammad became a merchant.In fact,he had a great flair for trade.At the age of 25,while leading a caravan northward to Syria,his talents caught the eye of the *'s owner,a wealthy widow named Khadija.

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Each clan had its own separate gods and its totems to water and wind,fire and night.They were kept in the caravan town of Mecca,in a shrine of wood, stone and cloth. It was called,the Kaaba ,the Arabic word for Cube.

 

Pre-Islamic-Arabs worshiped a number of spirits. They were generally nature-oriented spirits, sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or spring. And the Kaaba in Mecca was one of a number of these sanctuaries,centered around a particular cluster of deities.It was said the Hebrew patriarch Abra- ham himself, built the Kaaba centuries before.And that a sacred black stone it held with him had fallen from the sky. In these turbulent times,the Kaaba provided a rare place of peace. Only here where the Bedouin submitted to a temporary truce before returning to their conflicts of the open sands.

 

There was this one place in the middle around the Kaaba,which was from even Pre-Islamic times,was a place of a sacred enclosure,where all people had to put down their arms and this of course facilitated trading.Er..because it meant that you couldn't carry on your feuds when you were doing your buying and selling.

 

The spiritual and economic importance of the Kaaba and Mecca are pretty hard to separate as far as Pre-Islamic-Arabs are concerned.The Kaaba made Mecca a vibrant center for trade.Here we've found Arabian incense,exotic perfumes and Indian spices,Chinese silks and Egyptian linens. But perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mecca was the rich mixture of cultures.There were people who came through town who had all kinds of interesting experiences related to faraway places.The local religion was mixed,there were Christians,there were Jews,and there were also the Arabs of the desert who followed an animus type of religion.

 

Muhammad's world was a center of trade,connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean,linking the aging empires of Byzantium Persia to the great bazaars of India and China.

 

Muhammad became a merchant.In fact,he had a great flair for trade.At the age of 25,while leading a caravan northward to Syria,his talents caught the eye of the shipment's owner,a wealthy widow named Khadija.

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Each clan had its own separate gods and its totems to water and wind,fire and night.They were kept in the caravan town of Mecca,in a shrine of wood, stone and cloth. It was called,the Kaaba ,the Arabic word for Cube.

 

Pre-Islamic-Arabs worshiped a number of spirits. They were generally nature-oriented spirits, sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or spring. And the Kaaba in Mecca was one of a number of these sanctuaries,centered around a particular cluster of deities.It was said the Hebrew patriarch Abra- ham himself, built the Kaaba centuries before.And that a sacred black stone it held with him had fallen from the sky.

In these turbulent times,the Kaaba provided a rare place of peace. Only here where the Bedouin submitted to a temporary truce before returning to their conflicts of the open sands.

 

There was this one place in the middle around the Kaaba,which was from even Pre-Islamic times,was a place of a sacred enclosure,where all people had to put down their arms and this of course facilitated trading.Er..because it meant that you couldn't carry on your feuds when you were doing your buying and selling.

 

The spiritual and economic importance of the Kaaba and Mecca are pretty hard to separate as far as Pre-Islamic-Arabs are concerned.The Kaaba made Mecca a vibrant center for trade.Here we've found Arabian incense,exotic perfumes and Indian spices,Chinese silks and Egyptian linens. But perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mecca was the rich mixture of cultures.There were people who came through town who had all kinds of interesting experiences related to faraway places.The local religion was mixed,there were Christians,there were Jews,and there were also the Arabs of the desert who followed an anonymous type of religion.

 

Muhammad's world was a center of trade,connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean,linking the aging empires of Byzantium Persia to the great bazaars of India and China.

 

Muhammad became a merchant.In fact,he had a great flair for trade.At the age of 25,while leading a caravan northward to Syria,his talents caught the eye of the shipment's owner,a wealthy widow named Khadija.

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Each clan had its own separate gods and totems to water and wind, fire and night. They were kept in the caravan town of Mecca, in a shrine of wood, stone and cloth. It was called, the Kaaba, the Arabic word for Cube.
 
Pre-Islamic-Arabs worshiped a number of spirits, and they were generally nature-oriented spirits, sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or springs. And the Kaaba in Mecca was one of a number of these sanctuaries, centered around a particular cluster of deities.

 

It was said the Hebrew patriarch Abraham himself, built the Kaaba centuries before, and that a sacred black stone it held within had fallen from the sky. In these turbulent times, the Kaaba provided a rare place of peace. Only here would the Bedouin submit to a temporary truce before returning to their conflicts of the open sands.
 
There was this one place in the middle around the Kaaba, which was from even Pre-Islamic times, was a place of a sacred enclosure, where all people had to put down their arms and this of course facilitated trading, because it meant that you couldn't carry on your feuds when you were doing your buying and selling.
 
The spiritual and economic importances of the Kaaba in Mecca are pretty hard to separate as far as Pre-Islamic-Arabs are concerned.

 

The Kaaba made Mecca a vibrant center for trade. Here were found Arabian incense, exotic perfumes and Indian spices, Chinese silks and Egyptian linens. But perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mecca was the rich mixture of cultures.

 

There were people who came through town who had all kinds of interesting experiences to relate to faraway places. The local religion was mixed, there were Christians, there were Jews, and there were also the Arabs of the desert who followed an animist type of religion.
 
Muhammad's world was a center of trade, connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean, linking the aging empires of Byzantium and Persia to the great bazaars of India and China. Muhammad became a merchant. In fact, he had a great flair for trade. At the age of 25, while leading a caravan northward to Syria, his talents caught the eye of the shipment's owner, a wealthy widow named Khadija.

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Each clan had its own separate gods and totems to water and wind, fire and night. They were kept in the caravan town of Mecca, in a shrine of wood, stone and cloth. It was called, the Kaaba, the Arabic word for Cube.
 
Pre-Islamic-Arabs worshiped a number of spirits, and they were generally nature-oriented spirits, sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or strength. And the Kaaba in Mecca was one of a number of these sanctuaries, centered around a particular cluster of deities.

 

It was said the Hebrew patriarch Abraham himself built the Kaaba centuries before, and that a sacred black stone it held within had fallen from the sky. In these turbulent times, the Kaaba provided a rare place of peace. Only here would the Bedouin submit to a temporary truce before returning to their conflicts of the open sands.
 
There was this one place in the middle around the Kaaba, which was from even Pre-Islamic times, was a place of a sacred enclosure, where all people had to put down their arms and this of course facilitated trading, because it meant that you couldn't carry on your feuds when you were doing your buying and selling.
 
The spiritual and economic importances of the Kaaba in Mecca are pretty hard to separate as far as Pre-Islamic-Arabs are concerned.

 

The Kaaba made Mecca a vibrant center for trade. Here were found Arabian incense, exotic perfumes and Indian spices, Chinese silks and Egyptian linens. But perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mecca was the rich mixture of cultures.

 

There were people who came through town, who had all kinds of interesting experiences to relate to faraway places. The local religion was mixed---there were Christians, there were Jews, and there were also the Arabs of the desert who followed an animist type of religion.
 
Muhammad's world was a center of trade, connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean, linking the aging empires of Byzantium and Persia to the great bazaars of India and China. Muhammad became a merchant. In fact, he had a great flair for trade. At the age of 25, while leading a caravan northward to Syria, his talents caught the eye of the shipment's owner, a wealthy widow named Khadija.

 

恩,谢谢!其实我也想过strength,但是因为它前面说是natural features,所以就没改动,不过strength也可以是natural features哈!

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Each clan had its own separate gods and totems to water and wind, fire and night. They were kept in the caravan town of Mecca, in a shrine of wood, stone and cloth. It was called the “Kaaba”, the Arabic world for cube.

“Pre-Islamic Arabs worshiped numbers of spirits. They were generally nature-oriented spirits, sometimes associated with natural features like trees or rocks or strength. And the Kaaba in Mecca was one of a number of these sanctuaries, centered around a particular cluster of deities.”

It was said that Hebrew patriarch Abraham himself built the Kaaba centuries before, and that a sacred black stone it held within had fallen from the sky. In these turbulent times, the Kaaba provided a rare place of peace. Only here would the Bedouin submit to a temporary truce before returning to their conflicts of the open sands.

“There was this one place in the middle around the Kaaba which was from even pre-Islamic times, was a place of a sacred enclosure, where all people had to put down their arms. And this of course facilitated trading because it meant that you couldn’t carry on your feuds when you were doing your buying and selling.”

The spiritual and economic importance of the Kaaba in Mecca are pretty hard to separate as far as pre-Islamic Arabs are concerned.

The Kaaba made Mecca a vibrant center of trade. Here were found Arabian incense, exotic perfumes and Indian spices, Chinese silks and Egyptian linens. But perhaps the greatest treasure to be found in Mecca was the rich mixture of cultures.

“There were people who came through town, who had all kinds of interesting experiences to relate to faraway places. The local religion was mixed -- there were Christians, there were Jews and there were also the Arabs of the desert who followed an animist type of religion.”

Muhammad’s world was a center of trade connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean, linking the aging empires of Byzantium and Persia to the great bazaars of India and China. Muhammad became a merchant. In fact he had a great flair for trade. At the age of 25, while leading a caravan northward to Syria, his talents caught the eye of the shipment’s owner -- a wealthy widow named Khadija.
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