In a historical or geopolitical sense the term usually refers collectively to moslem majority countries or countries in which Islam dominates politically. Moslem history involves the history of the Islamic faith as a religion, and as a social institution.
The history of Islam began in Arabia with The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) first recitations of The Holy Qur'an in the 7th century. The Caliphate grew rapidly geographically expansion of moslem power well beyond the Arabian peninsula in the form of a vast moslem empire with an area of influence that stretched from northwest
The Islamic Empire significantly contributed to globalization during the Islamic Golden Age, when the knowledge, trade, and economies from many previously isolated regions, and civilizations began integrating due to contacts with moslem explorers, sailors, scholars, traders, and travelers. This helped establish the Islamic Empire as the world's leading extensive economic power throughout the 7th-13th centuries. Several contemporary medieval Arabic reports also suggest that moslem explorers from al-Andalus (Spain) may have travelled in expeditions across the
Now, many peoples in West world have Islamic phobia. They manifest their phobia in attack to moslem peoples in West world, and Islamic world. The U.S.-led "war on terrorism" has been a war on Islam. In 2009, in his first formal television interview as USA President, Barack Obama, addressed the Islamic world for a new partnership, "based on mutual respect and mutual interest." But until now, moslem peoples in