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The holy book of Islam. What is the Quran? Category 1 Question 1
The only true God of Islam Who is Allah? Category 1 Question 2
Green areas fed by underground water What are oases? Category 1 Question 3
Successor to the Messenger of God/Leaders of Islam after Muhammad died What is a caliph? Category 1 Question 4
This group makes up the majority of Muslims today. What are Sunnis? Category 1 Question 5
Iran and Iraq have the largest populations of this group/smaller of two major sects of Islam What are Shiites? Category 2 Question 1
The name given to a leader of early Arab tribes What is a sheikh? Category 2 Question 2
A Muslim house of worship What is a mosque? Category 2 Question 3
A marketplace in a Muslim city What is a bazaar? Category 2 Question 4
The name given to the leader of the Seljuk Turks/ means “Holder of Power” What is the sultan? Category 2 Question 5
Desert herders that drank milk of their animals, lived in tents, and ate dried fruits and nuts Who are the Bedouins? Category 3 Question 1
Many Arabs who transported goods across the desert. What are merchants? Category 3 Question 2
Muhammad felt wealthy people should do these things. Honor their families, be fair in business, and help the poor. Category 3 Question 3
He was known as the greatest Ottoman ruler. Suleiman I Category 3 Question 4
In AD 610, Muhammad was Visited by an angel and was told to instruct people to do this. Worship only Allah, and destroy statues of any other gods. Category 3 Question 5
This group of caliphs made Damascus their capital and expanded the empire to areas such as N. Africa and Spain Who are the Umayyads? Category 4 Question 1
According to Muhammad, this was more important than wealth. What is leading a good life? Category 4 Question 2
When the day of Judgment arrived, God would ______ the good people and _______ the evildoers. What is reward, punish? Category 4 Question 3
The name of the journey Muhammad took from Makkah to Yathrib, which was renamed Madinah. What is the Hijrah? Category 4 Question 4
Category 4 Question 5 The Mongols burned Baghdad to the ground in 1258, and marked the end of this What is the Arab empire?
Islamic Civilization The Rise of Islam.
Islamic Civilization Notes on Sections 1- 3 The Rise of Islam.
The Rise of Islam I. Daily life in early Arabia A.Much of the Arabian peninsula is desert, although there are mountains in the southwest. Oases are green.
THE RISE OF ISLAM. WHERE IS ARABIA? Arabia is in a part of the world called the Middle East.
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Islamic Civilization. Daily Life in Early Arabia Desert stretches over most of the Arabian peninsula ITS HOT! Sandstorms Water is only found at an oasis,
Islamic Empires Basic Beliefs Important People Shiite or Sunni The Spread of Islam Islamic Legacies Key Vocabular y Potpourri
ISLAMIC EMPIRES 11 – 2 The Spread of Islam Successor to Muhammad Caliph or successor to the messenger of god. First four caliphs = “rightly guided caliphs”
Coach Crews World History
Chapter VI: The World of Islam.
Chapter 5, Lesson 2 The Spread of Islam
Makkah (Mecca) Mecca became the largest and richest trading city in Saudi Arabia.
TOPIC: Chapter 2, Section 2
Islamic Empires Chapter 2 Section 2 pgs
Chapter 11 Islamic Civilization Chapter 11 Islamic Civilization.
Before 3/4 Page 374 map questions 1 and 2. You do not have to write the questions.
The Rise of Islam. Geography of Arabia Arabia is a peninsula that is mostly desert. There is intense heat. Water is found only at oases, green areas fed.
CHAPTER 2 Lesson 1 The Rise of Islam
CHAPTER 2 Chapter 2 Lesson 1 The Rise of Islam
Who is Muhammad? EARLY LIFE Born in A.D. 570 at Mecca, Arabia As an orphan, he was raised by his uncle Became a successful merchant and trader Married.
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