This is intended to be a timeline of Islam from a Christian perspective. I will not agree with some of the things that Islam states such as that Ishmael was the one honored by God.
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570: Mohammed is born in Mecca

573: Abu Bekr, Mohammed's father in law and first Caliph of the Mohammedans is born

606: Fatima, Mohammed's daughter is born

610: Mohammed has a vision on Mount Hira

615: Mohammed starts teaching his religion.

622: Mohammed is forced to flee Mecca for Medina. This event is called the Hegira and is year one on the calendar for Islam.

624: Mohammed marries Aisha who is the ten-year-old daughter of Abu Bekr.

625: Mohammed begins to dictate the Koran.

627: Mohammed's enemies from Mecca besiege Medina and slaughter 700 Jews.

628: Mohammed captures Mecca and writes letters to all the rulers of the world explaining the principles of the Moslem faith.

632: Mohammed dies he is replaced by Abu Bekr who makes his capital Medina. Fatima also dies.

633: The religion of Mohammedanism as it is known spreads to Jerusalem, Antioch, and Alexandria taking those cities from the Christians.

634: Abu Bekr dies and is replaced by Mohammed's advisor, Omar I. Omar will spread the religion to Syria, Persia, and Egypt.

635: Damascus becomes the capital of the caliphs. Gaza is captured.

637: Jerusalem is conquered by the Arabs. Arabs are exposed to Islam.

638: Persia is besieged by the Moslems and asks for help from China.

639: The Arabs attack Armenia.

641: The Library of Alexandria is destroyed by the Arabs. Omar destroys the Persian Empire. The caliphs will rule the country till 1258 and Islam will replace the religion of Zoroaster.

642: The Eastern Roman Empire is weakened by the Arab conquest of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Syria. The Amr Mosque is built in Cairo.

643: The Muslims conquer Tripoli. The building of the Dome of the Rock begins.

646: The Byzantine Navy recaptures Alexandria.

649: The Arabs conquer Cyprus.

650: Caliph Othman puts the Koran into chapters. He also introduces the first organized news service.

652: The Arabs reach their southern limit at Aswan.

655: A Muslim fleet destroys the Byzantine fleet at Lycia.

656: Caliph Othman murdered.

658: The Omayyad's rise to power in Damascus. They will become a family of Caliph's in 660 and start a style of building.

661: Caliph Ali, nephew of Mohammed, murdered.

670: The Arabs attack Northern Africa.

671: "Greek Fire" is used against the Arabs during their siege of Constantinople.

674: The Arabs reach the Indus River.

679: Yezid I becomes Caliph.

683: Moawiyah II becomes Caliph.

684: Abdelmelik becomes Caliph.

693: Justinian II is defeated by the Arabs at Sebastopolis, Cilicia. Justinian was a Byzantine emperor who had invaded Arab territory for Christianity.

694: Arabs overrun Armenia

695: First Arab coinage.

697: The Arabs destroy Carthage.

700: The Arabs conquer Algiers and Christianity in North Africa is wiped out.

705: Walid I becomes Caliph. The Great Mosque is built in Damascus.

711: Spain with the exception of Asturias becomes an Arab state.

712: The Muslims conquer Samarkand, Seville, and an Indian state is established in Sind.

716: The Arabs conquer Lisbon.

717: Caliph Omar II grants tax exemption to all believers.

720: The Arabs cross into France. Yezid becomes Caliph. Abu Masa Dshaffar, who invents sulfuric acid, metric acid, aqua regia, and nitrate of silver, begins work.

724: Hisham becomes Caliph.

732: Charles Martel defeats the Arabs at Tours and stops the westward expansion of the religion.

744: Mervan II becomes Caliph he is the last of the Omayyads.

748: The Arab Navy is destroyed at Cyprus.

750: The Abbasids take over the Caliph office with their first Caliph Abu-al-Abbis. This year begins the study of medicine, astronomy, mathematics, optics, and chemistry in Arab Spain.

751: Western Asia embraces Islam. Islam fractions into four sects: Sunnites, Hafenities, Shafites, and Malikites.

754: Al Mansur becomes Caliph.

755: The Cordoba family takes the Caliph office until 1031.

763: Caliph al-Mansur moves the capital to Baghdad.

775: Caliph Mahdi starts an inquisition.

782: The Arab scientist Jabir starts to separate the study of Chemistry from alchemy.

809: Caliph al-Amin takes office.

810: Arab mathematician Muhammed ibn Musa al Chwarazmi starts to study equations which he calls Algebra.

826: The Arabs take Crete and plunder the Greek isles. The following year they will invade Sicily and Sardinia.

832: The Arabs invade Egypt

833: Samarra becomes the new capital of Islam.

838: Arabs sack Marseilles and settle in southern Italy. They also manage to defeat the Byzantine Army.

846: The Arabs sack Rome and damage the Vatican.

847: Mottawakkil becomes Caliph. He is the last Caliph of the whole Islam religion. After this the religion since it has split no longer listens to a caliph from another section.

850: The Arabs invent coffee.

858: Vikings are expelled by the Arabs from their lands.

869: Malta is captured by the Arabs.

880: The Arabs lose Italy.

888: The Arabs occupy Garde-Freinet on the coast of Provence.

900: Christians begin the reconquest of Spain from the Arabs. The Arab physician Rhases declares plague, consumption, smallpox, and rabies to be infectious diseases.

904: Salonika is sacked by Muslim pirates.

916: Arabs are expelled from central Italy.

935: Algiers is built by Arabs.

939: The Arabs lose Madrid.

961: The Arabs lose Crete

968: The Arabs found Cairo and lose Antioch.

975: Arabs lose Garde-Freinet

994: Arabs destroy the monastery of Monte Cassino. This is where the first rules for monks were established.

1004: Arabs sack Pisa.

1009: Muslims sack the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem.

1015: the Arabs conquer Sardinia.

1033: The Arabs lose Castile

1052: The Arabs lose Sardinia.

1075: The Turks, who are Muslim, take Syria and Palestine

1085: Toledo is taken from Arabs.

1086: The Muslims revive the Almoravid dynasty in a move to take back Spain.

1094: Valencia is taken from the Arabs.

1095: Pope Urban II starts The First Crusade.

1097: The Crusaders defeat the Turks at Dorylaeum, and take Nicaea.

1098: The Crusaders take Antioch

1099: The Crusaders take Jerusalem

1104: The Crusaders take Acre. This marks the end of the First Crusade

1125: The Almohades conquer Morocco.

1144: The Turks take Edessa.

1145: Pope Eugene III proclaims The Second Crusade.

1147: The Second Crusade ends in Asia Minor.

1176: General Saladin conquers Syria for the Arabs.

1183: General Saladin takes Aleppo.

1187: Saladin takes Jerusalem.

1189: Third Crusade is proclaimed.

1191: Richard I and his Crusade Army takes Cyprus

1193: Saladin dies and the Third Crusade ends

1200: Islam starts to replace Indian religions.

1202: The Fourth Crusade begins.

1203: The Arabs conquer Upper India.

1204: Crusaders take Constantinople and the Fourth Crusade is declared over.

1212: The Children's Crusade begins.

1217: The Children's Crusade fails to take Egypt and ends.

1228: The Sixth Crusade begins. It would end the next year with no gains.

1230: The Crusaders manage to bring Leprosy into Europe.

1236: The Arabs lose Cordoba to Castile.

1244: The Egyptians take Jerusalem.

1248: The Seventh Crusade begins. It ends in 1250 with the capture of Louis IX.

1258: The Mongols take Baghdad from the Arabs.

1270: The Eighth Crusade begins and ends the same year.

1291: The Muslim Mamelukes take Acre and end Christian rule in the East. The Crusade period is declared to be over by the Pope.

1333: Arabic Zenith in Granada

1352: Arabs explore the Sahara

1375: The Mamelukes take Sis and end Armenian independence.

1382: The Ottoman Turks capture Sofia.

1390: The Ottoman Turks capture Asia Minor from the Byzantines.

1396: The Ottoman Turks defeat a Hungarian Army at Nicopolis.

1398: The Ottoman Turks conquer Delhi.

1401: The Ottoman Turks capture Baghdad and Damascus.

1443: The Hungarians at Nish defeat The Ottoman Turks

1444: The Ottoman Turks defeat the Polish and Hungarians at Varna.

1447: The Arabs lose India, Persia, and Afghanistan.

1453: The Ottoman Turks capture Constantinople and destroy the Byzantine Empire.

1456: The Ottoman Turks capture Athens.

1463: The Ottoman Turks capture Bosnia.

1467: The Ottoman Turks capture Herzegovina

1492: The Country of Spain becomes a reality with the end of Arab rule. The Ottoman Turks invade Hungary

1493: The Ottoman Turks invade Dalmatia and Croatia.

1501: Persia officially adopts Islam.

1507: The Portuguese establish bases in the Persian Gulf.

1517: The Ottoman's take Egypt

1526: The Arabs finally take India.

1528: The Ottoman Turks take Buda in Hungary. The next year they will fail to take Vienna.

1550: Islam spreads to Java, Molucca, and Borneo

1568: All remaining Muslims in Spain are forcibly converted to Catholicism.

1571: The Spread of the Ottoman Empire ends at the Mediterranean.

1711: Russia and Turkey go to war.

1718: Turkey and Austria go to war. Turkey loses and will lose Hungary.

1722: Afghanistan becomes independent from Persia.

1804: Sudan becomes an Islamic State.

1811: British occupy Indonesia. They will give it to the Dutch in 1816.

1824: Greece becomes independent.

1827: Malaya becomes a British protectorate.

1828: Russia declares war on Turkey.

1830: French forces occupy Algeria ending Turk rule.

1839: Turkey loses Egypt.

1840: Egypt is forced to give up Syria.

1857: Great Britain takes India and ends Muslim rule there.

1859: The Islamic State of Daghestan becomes a Russian State.

1876: Britain builds the Suez Canal and takes over Egypt.

1878: Turkey sells Cyprus to Britain and Russia takes Adrianople.

1879: With the treaty of Berlin, Turkey loses 4/5 of its land in Europe.

1881: France invades Tunisia.

1901: France occupies Morocco.

1905: Islam reaches France once again as it is recognized as a religion.

1916: Arabs rebel against Ottoman Rule. They are led by Lawrence of Arabia.

1918: With the end of World War I, the Ottoman Empire ceases to exist. Syria and Damascus become French protectorates. Palestine is born.

1921: The country of Transjorden is declared along with that of Iraq.

1924: Arabia is established as it gains control of Mecca and Medina.

1928: Turkey is declared a secular state.

1932: Iraq gains its independence.

1935: Persia changes its name to Iran.

1936: With increased Jewish immigration the first war occurs between Jewish and Arab people in the Holy Land.

1941: Britain and Russia invade Iran.

1943: Palestine starts a terror war in the Holy Land.

1946: Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria are granted independence.

1947: Pakistan is made a Muslim country as it separates from India.

1948: Israel becomes a country. The Arabs reject their own state and go to war with Israel. The Arabs lose their first war.

1951: Libya becomes independent.

1956: Morocco and Tunisia become independent. The Israelis take the Sinai.

1962: Algeria becomes independent.

1965: Malcolm X is assassinated in America ending for a time the Black Muslim movement in America. It would start up again in the 1970's

1967: The six-day war

1973: The Yom Kipper War.

1979: The Shah is overthrown in Iran and the country becomes a fanatical Muslim state.

1980: Israel destroys Iraq's nuclear plant and Iraq invades Iran

1989: Iraq-Iran war comes to an end,

1991: Persian Gulf War I

2001: The World Trade Center is destroyed. Later that year Afghanistan is pacified by America

2003: Iraq is freed.

March 11, 2004- A Jihadi group claims responsibility for bombings in Madrid, targeting it's commuter railway and several trains. The Jihad attack killed 191, and wounded 1,460 others.

July 7, 2005- A radical Muslim group claims responsibility for bombings in London, in an attack which killed 52, and wounds over 700 others.

Sept 2008- The Islamic Resistance Movement, or Hamas, says that it wants the formation of a Palestinian national unity government to settle the political crisis which has divided Palestinians. The proposal for a technocrat government was made during a series of meetings between Egypt and representatives of the Palestinian factions that oppose the feud between Hamas and Fatah.

Nov 13 2009 - Officials in Turkey say that they "would not say no", if asked to store Iran's enriched uranium. There has been a noticeable thaw between the two countries lately, and according to a "Time" article, "The only country who's not happy with the situation is Israel. The fact that Turkey is talking to Tehran implies that there is an exchange between the U.S. and Iran that [Turkey] is a go-between for." Indeed, if Turkey is rebranding itself diplomatically as a bridge between the West and the Muslim world, it needs good ties with both."

A comprehensive 2009 demographic study of 232 countries and territories reported that 23% of the global population, or 1.57billion people, are Muslims. Of those, it’s estimated over 75–90% are Sunni and 10–20% are Shia with a small minority belonging to other sects.

Islamic Terrorism on the Rise Since Obama’s Inauguration - Islamic terrorism is on the rise both domestically and internationally according to a report by Fox News on December 15, 2009. A bipartisan report by the American Security Project says the number of terrorism acts is on pace to surpass more than 1000 for all of 2009. Domestically, the number of terror-related incidents hit the highest number since 2001.

International Islamic Terrorism Escalates - The number of terrorist acts in 2009 spiked by almost 50% over 2008 levels to nearly 1000, up from 671. This includes an intense spike of 220 terrorist attacks in Pakistan alone for the first half of 2009, up from 81 in the first half of 2008. Somalia saw its terror incidents climb to 165 in the first half of 2009 from are on track to increase by up to 20% in 2009 over 2008’s levels.

Islamic Terrorist Attacks Increase in U.S. - The number of terrorist incidents in 2009 rose to 12 after a yearly average of just under 3 per year for all the years under Bush after 911. These incidents include the June attack by Abdulhakim Muhammad at a military recruitment center in Arkansas, murdering one soldier; the Fort Hood terrorism incident by Nidal Hasan, where he murdered 13 in a case of spree-shooting; the plot to bomb targets in NYC by Najibullah Zazi; and the incident with Abdulmutallab trying to blow up the Detroit-bound plane on Christmas.

2010

Obama Removes “Islam” from National Security Strategy Document - On April 15, 2010 FrontpageMag.com reported that President Barack Obama removed all mention of Islam from the National Security Strategy document, which during the Bush administration said: “The struggle against militant Islamic radicalism is the great ideological conflict of the early years of the 21st century.” This tragic lapse in good judgment by the president, choosing appeasement over the proven facts of Islam’s terrorist record leaves his loyalty to all Americans, especially those who have been effected by of Islamic terrorism in question.

Pakistan is “Epicenter of Islamic Terrorism” – (CNN, May 5, 2010) The suspect in the Times Square bombing attempt was caught as he was seeking to flee to Pakistan, a nation that analyst Fareed Zakaria calls the “epicenter of Islamic terrorism.” “It's worth noting that even the terrorism that’s often attributed to the war in Afghanistan tends to come out of Pakistan, to be planned by Pakistanis, to be funded from Pakistan or in some other way to be traced to Pakistan”said Zakaria. He added that Pakistan’s connection with terrorist groups goes back decades and has often been encouraged by that nation’s military for strategic reasons.

Islamic Terrorism against Civilians in Israel

August 31, 2010: Four Israelis, including a pregnant woman, were murdered when terrorists ambushed their car as they were driving near Kiryat Arba in the West Bank. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack, which coincided with the restarting of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks in Washington, D.C

September 1, 2010: Two Israelis were wounded, one seriously, when Hamas terrorists ambushed their car as the couple was driving near Kochav Hashachar.

Islamic Terror Inside America - On September 3, 2010 Human Events warned that leading U.S. security experts say that homegrown Islamic terrorism is becoming a serious problem. And it will most likely get worse because our politically correct (PC) leaders refuse to address the root cause─fundamentalist Islam─and virtually no Muslim leaders are willing to expose the teachings that fuel Islamic terrorism.

2011

Islam in Action─Terrorist Attacks against Israelis

March 11, 2011 - Five Israelis all members of the same family were stabbed to death in their beds by two men, both believed to be Palestinian. The victims included father and mother Ehud and Ruth Fogel and three of their six children, Yoav, 11, Elad, 4, and 3 month-old Hadas.The brutal murders which occurred in Itamar drew international condemnation from governments, the United Nations and the Middle East Quartet of nations.

April 7, 2011 - An anti-tank missile fired from Gaza at a clearly marked yellow Israeli school bus driving near the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council wounded an Israeli teenager and the bus driver. The boy, 16-year-old Daniel Viflic later died from his wounds in the hospital.

August 18, 2011 - A series of attacks targeted civilians and soldiers in southern Israel, killing eight people and wounding at least 31. Terrorists from Gaza infiltrated Israel via the border with Egypt, and fired on a civilian buses and vehicles, detonated explosives when IDF soldiers arrived on the scene of the attack, and then launched mortar shells at soldiers along the Israeli-Egyptian border.

August 28, 2011 - Eight people were wounded when a Palestinian man from Nablus attacked a Tel Aviv nightclub. The terrorist hijacked a taxi in Jaffa and rammed into an Israel Border Police checkpoint that had been set up to protect the event of over 2,000 people. He then jumped out of the taxi, shouted “Allahu Akhbar” and began stabbing bystanders and police.

Canadian PM Says Islamic Terrorism Is Biggest Threat In an interview with CBC News Canada on September 6, 2011 Prime Minister Stephen Harper stated that, “Islamicism is the biggest threat to Canada” and that the Conservatives will bring back the controversial anti-terrorism laws.

2012

French Jewish School Shooting by Islamic Gunman - On March 19, 2012 Mahamed Merah who claimed to have ties to al-Queda gunned down three Jewish school children, a rabbi at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France in the early morning hours. The same gunman carried out two earlier attacks killing three soldiers leaving a total of seven people dead and two wounded in southwestern France. The killer was shot dead by police after a siege at his flat.

Hamas Fires Barrages of Rockets into Southern Israel - (Gaza) On June 19, 2012 the armed wing of Hamas, the Islamic militant group that governs in Gaza fired barrages of rockets into southern Israel on Tuesday after a break of more than a year during which the group largely adhered to an informal cease-fire. Hamas said it had aimed its rockets at a civilian community and an Israeli military base near the border. Two police officers were injured.

Islamic Terrorists Launch More Attacks on Israelis - September 2, 2012 - Rocket and mortar attacks resumed with the start of the school year. No one was physically injured, but an agricultural hothouse was damaged, requiring thousands of shekels in repairs. Numerous residents suffered anxiety symptoms, and those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from the stress of living under constant rocket fire had symptoms triggered by the attack.

Hundreds of Islamic Thugs Terrorize Jewish Village - Septeber 8, 2012 - Hundreds of Palestinian Authority Arabs have been assaulting a Jewish village in the Binyamin region since Saturday afternoon as reported by Tazpit News Agency. Residents of the Jewish village of Esh Kodesh reported that the assault began when three men from the community were walking in one of the town’s vineyards on Saturday afternoon, during the Jewish Sabbath. The men were attacked by a large Arab mob armed with clubs and sticks, residents said. A security team from Esh Kodesh was called to the scene, as were nearby IDF units and encountered hundreds of PA men armed with rocks and other makeshift weapons─unable to stop the assault. Children in the village are crying,” community spokesman Aharon Katzuf told Tatzpit. “They can’t sleep because of the screams of ‘Yitbach al Yahud’ [Slaughter the Jews – ed.] and ‘Allahu Akbar.’”

2013

London beheading: On May 22, 2013 in London, two Muslim men shouting jihad’s ancient war-cry, "Allahu Akbar" beheaded a British soldier with a cleaver--in a busy intersection and in broad daylight. They boasted of their crime in front of passersby and asked to be videotaped. (Fox News)

Mosques Growing in Number in U.S.: Researcher Ihsan Bagby identified mosques that are in excess of the totals shown hr in these metropolitan areas: New York City (192), southern California (120), Chicago (90), Philadelphia (63), Detroit (62), San Francisco Bay (62), Atlanta (55), northern New Jersey (53), Houston (42), and Dallas-Fort Worth (39). States with the most mosques are: New York (257), California (246), Texas (166), Florida (118), Illinois (109), New Jersey (109), Pennsylvania (99), Michigan (77), Georgia (69), and Virginia (62).

2014

Boko Haram Kidnapping - April 2014, 276 female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State, Nigeria. Responsibility for the Islamist kidnappings was claimed by Boko Haram, an Islamic Jihadist and terrorist organization based in northeast Nigeria. As of 29 June, more than 200 students were still missing.

Gamba, Kenya (July 5, 2014) - A 12-year-old Christian carrying a Bible was murdered by Islamic supremacists.

Benghazi, Libya (July 7, 2013) - Over two dozen people were killed in an ttack claimed by Isamic militia. For extensive list of hundreds of Islamic attacks in 2014 visit: http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/attacks-2014.htm