Islam in Asia

Islam began in Asia in the 7th century during the life of its prophet Muhammad number of adherents of Islam has lived in Asia and specially South and Middle-east Asia since the beginning of Islamic history. Islam said to have arrived in Manipur (Northeast India) in 615 AD via Chittagong coast in the age of silk route (both onland and by sea) trades when Sa'ad ibn abi Waqqas (b.594-d.674 AD) and other Sahabas namely Uwais al-Qarni (594-657), Khunais ibn Hudhaifa, Saeed ibn Zaid, Wahb Abu Kabcha, Jahsh, Jafar ibn Abu Talib preached there after sailing from Abyssinia in 615 and then the three Sahabas preached in China among the Hui Chi (now Hui Hui) in 616-17 AD where many embraced Islam.

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