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The Syrian geographer Al-Muqaddasi described the Islamic world at the turn of the millenium: “The strict political unity which had once characterized Islam had been shattered in the tenth century . . ”52 This paradise was shattered by the rise of the West. When the Ottomans were turned back after the siege of Vienna in 1683, the Islamic world went into relative decline, and by the end of the First World War and the dismemberment of the Ottoman Empire, it was clear that Islam was a defeated civilization.
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