The Middle East
A concise history of the Middle East ties to explain the life and the organization of the Islamic people in the Middle East. The contribution to their society and the world at large is in need of recognition. The authors make an effort to illustrate the differences in practices between the old era of Islam and the current realms of Islam. The highlighting of political moods, reactions and actions in the Islamic world is categorical in historical relevance of the Middle East. The explanations and illustrations of the era before the prophet Mohamed are evident. The authors make an attempt to defining Islam and religious origins. The time before the ascent of Mohamed is clearly in conflict. The rise of differences as a result of emerging Christian factions illustrates the rigid reception of opposing beliefs. The Middle East is an Arabic territory and thus the people are significantly of Arabic descent. The authors explore the social and traditional cultures of these people. The practices in their lives and daily norms are in keen perspective (Goldschmidt & Davidson, 2006).
The emergence of civilization and western cultures with regard to the influences they have on the social norms. Religion in the Middle East is significantly the defining aspect of the people. Its significance is tremendous in the practices and laws, in their existing establishments. The illustration of the Arabian culture is vivid and profound in its application. The establishment of Mecca and its significance in the Islamic faith and the Arabic people is evident. The rise of Mohamed as a prophet of Islam is monumental in the history of the Middle East (Goldschmidt & Davidson, 2006). His religious views and confrontations with various opposing forces in his teachings of Islam are vividly illustrated. His struggles for his beliefs are evident. His life's work and eventually his death are factors that highlight the Islamic cultures and their religion. Religion in the Middle East is absolute indicators of the trends that shape the culture and the history of the Middle East.