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Muhammad, a man considered by many to have been one of the greater influences on mankind, have spread his predominant beliefs and contingent faiths throughout the regions of Southwest Asia. (Muhammad, 1) Although his teachings have cradled through the ethnic traditions of Asian cultures, he has cultivated the religious and economical aspects of Southwest Asia. Religions have developed along with the societies, in which they thrive, becoming more complex along the way, but often intervened with many common distractions. Muhammad had suppressed these diversions and dominated the religion known as Islam. (Islam, 1)

Muhammad withheld many keys towards the expansion of his beliefs, but the most significant force was the establishment of the sacred book of Islam; the Qur’an. (Koran, 1) This sacred bible played an important role in solidifying the sanctity and purity of Islam, including its diverse culture. It also helped unify the people’s content belief structure on black and white, or good and bad; as of playing a distinct role between laws and the pursuit of inner divinity and peace. Landmarks also elaborated Islam’s ethnic origins while compelling Islam’s and its own significance across its region. (Mosque, 1)

Muhammad’s youthful pre-life stage also made a great impact on his future obligation of enduring the responsibilities, skills, and feats as a prophet. Even during his elementary years, Muhammad withheld a great talent in resolving disputes and conflicts; resulting in a nickname, Al-Ameen, meaning “the trustworthy.” (Muhammad, 1) During his years as a teenager,

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