Compare And Contrast Byzantine And Islam

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The aspects and distinctive parts of Byzantine, Europe and Islam have been taught and learned by people around the world. The view of Byzantine, Islam and Europe are geographically distinct but they also have many differences and similarities such as the government, religion, economics and everyday life. Islamic law has always been harsh. They were expected to live according to the Islamic law, Shariah "gods way". Islam people also followed the prophet of Muhammad ummah caliphate. It originated in 622 CE and was incorporated into their law. The government of the Islam transitioned from one rule to another. The byzantine people went into a different direction by having an absolute leader and divine origin. Byzantium had no real political and legislative authority with their titular member. In 632 Islam argued about who should lead and decided to divide into two major branches, the Sunnites and Shiites. Byzantium had an active role of the emperor in the affairs of the christian church. Religion in Europe has been a major influence and christianity has contained the faith for a millennium and a half. Islam was meant to be to a world wide religion and create one civilization that went across the globe. The Byzantine viewed the emperor as a representative of christ and believed that god sent their…show more content…
The Byzantine people were the most advanced for many centuries. Europe was unable to equal the Byzantines economic strength until the middle Ages. Muslims wouldn't be allowed be allowed to finance any dealings in forbidden goods or actions, like; wine, pork, gambling because of shariah. Only ethical subsidize was acceptable and moral procure was persuaded. A large amount of Europeans lived by agriculture and the Middle Ages and saw a major improvement in technology. Sadly Half of the population died because of the Black Death but the survivors got paid better and people stopped worrying about

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