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Why were Meccan businessmen concerned about the influence of Islam over their city?

A) Islam encourages jihad and they were men who embraced peace.
B) Islam allows polygamy and they were concerned that this would cause men to spend less time in business pursuits and more time with their numerous wives.
C) Islam mandates strict monotheism and they were concerned that Mecca would lose its appeal to travelers.
D) Islam forbids the selling of graven images and this was a major business in Mecca.

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Answer: C

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