Stations and trade routes before Islam


  • Khaled Musa Al-Husseini University of Kufa- College of Arts
  • Elham Hamad Issa Al-Qabchi University of Kufa- College of Arts



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Trade is one of the pillars of the Arab economy, and an important pillar of their financial resources before Islam. It was the first financier to meet their needs, as it was one of the elements for the establishment of political entities and the increase of their influence in the region, in addition to that it drew the limits of their relations with the Arab tribes scattered in the Arabian Peninsula, which had an impact in activating business. There is no doubt that drought and desertification are the prominent characteristics of the geography of the Arabian Peninsula, and that part of it is deserts that lack regular rain and permanent water sources, and that this has had a clear impact on the distribution of the population among its various parts, and on their lifestyle and methods of obtaining their livelihood. The Arabs remain idle before the issue of drought and relative desertification in the Arabian Peninsula


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Al-Husseini, Khaled, and Elham Al-Qabchi. “Stations and Trade Routes before Islam”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 37, Aug. 2021, pp. 395-16, doi:10.36317/kaj/2018/v1.i37.618.

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