The Byzantine Empire - Part 4

When missionaries went out from the Byzantine Empire, the rulers they converted became political allies. This worked well until the prophet Muhammad arose and united the Arab war-torn tribes. As Muhammad was a merchant, he worked to encourage trade and dialogue with Jews and Christians, tolerating these religions, but simply claiming a higher revelation.

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