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In the seventh century AD, the Islamic call appeared in the region of the Arabian Peninsula, spread and flourished until it reached the three aged continents of the world, from the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Indian Ocean and from Somalia in the south to Central Asia in the north. Several Islamic communities have been ascertained in sync with Islamic expansions, which were based on a great planning and urban renaissance, where Islamic urbanization was influenced by the architectural featuresdoi:10.21608/mjaf.2020.38510.1800 fatcat:hb7vz44ctrh6vebmrukiwuap5y