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The trade winds that first blew Islam eastwards to the coasts of India and China appear to have completely bypassed the archipelago. The followers of the Prophet (عليه السلام) arrived late on the islands of Sumatra and Java and without any trace of sand on their sandals. The first Muslim tombs in Northern Sumatra only date back to the 13th century and there is no convincing evidence to suggest sizeable Muslim settlements before that time. The first Muslim migration to the region was from 9th century China. A peasant uprising in South China during the reign of T'ang Emperor Hi-Tsang (878-889) l
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