HomeLUMINAvol. 21 no. 1 (2010)

The Effects of the Arab Conflicts on the Muslim World

L. O. Abbas

Discipline: Religion, Cultural Studies, Social Studies



Arab as a tribe is generally known to have originated and lived in what is known as Arabian Peninsular. Its borders later extended to what was previously known as Mesopotamia, Assyria and Phoenicia. P.K. Hitti would though believe the reverse.1 In the medieval period, the emergence of Islam in the Arabian Peninsular as a religion and ideology, made the Arab conquerors of most of the then civilized world.