Additionally, Egypt became an integral region in the development of the modern civilization (Humphreys 33). This implies that Islam, which has been the predominant religion, has therefore contributed to the development of the modern civilization through Egypt.
Just as any other religion, Islam thrives through evangelism and the spread of its gospel. Despite the wide spread of the religion in the country, there has also been other faiths in the region since time immemorial. Among such are Christians, Hindus, and Jews among other religions. Egyptian Muslims believe that the religion defines their relationship with God, fellow Muslims, and with non-Muslims. Interactions with one another is essential in the construction of an effective society. While the country has a majority of Muslims, the people interact with other religious beliefs on a number of platforms which is a fact that makes the nature of such relationships essential. Islam is more conservative than any other religion; it therefore coerces specific behaviors from its adherents most of which influence the nature of their relationships and interactions with other religions.
The greatest determinant of the interactions of people in a country is the government. The modern day government in Egypt is secular. This implies that the laws and their electoral process does not favor any religious dictates thereby resulting in a secular society. However, the nature of the composition of the government gives dominance to Islam which is a feature that influences the creation of the society. Additionally, the traditional leaders and government of the region were conservative Muslims who sought to develop a religious society and therefore safeguarded such doctrines in their creation of governance structures (Khadduri 41). To achieve this, they employed different tactics including the use of violence and warfare such as the jihads to ensure adherence to