That's one of the reasons why Arabs left the peninsula to conquer the Middle east: to escape the arid desert and find a better environment. Their new religion was a powerful tool for them to achieve that, just like Christianity had served the European colonial countries.<quoted text>
, deserts and arid climates do not allow big populations so that since antiquity, after men invented agriculture and cities, in middle-east, urban and village farming populations have been more numerous than nomadic peoples.
In a desert's oasis, most of the peoples are sedentary,as relying on cultivation or hand crafts, only merchants can be called nomadic.
The nomadic peoples had opportunity to rise and have transportation means, horses, camels, a strategic superiority.
You should try to learn ecology and study ecosystems, that would make you little more clever and avoid writing scilly things about nomadic and sedentary peoples.
Apart from the coastline and the South of the peninsula, most was completely desert and unfit for permanent inhabitation in the 7th century. There was no technology to sustain life in those days, and many caravans disappeared, swallowed by the desert sand.
Maybe you should read about it before attempting to lecture me on the subject. That would make you a little bit more knowledgeable about Arabia and avoid you to make silly statements.
After all, the Empty Quarters are reputed to have been successfully crossed for the first time form recorded memory only early last century.
In Palestine, only a few coastal towns existed, and the same alongside the Jordan river. The Arabs weren't sedentary in their majority, they kept moving according to the seasons, if only because their herds needed regularly new pastures to graze, and their economy was based on camels, sheep and goats.