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3 Category 1Category 2Category 3Category 4 100 200 400 300 400 300 200 400 200 100 500 100

4 Muhammad built an army and government by using Political power to uphold this. What is Islam? Category 1 Question 1

5 This is how Muhammad felt when he became successful, realized how wealthy people acted, and decided to go pray in the hills. What is dissatisfied? Category 1 Question 2

6 Three things that Jews, Christians, and Muslims have in common. Belief in one god, God spoke through prophets, and following a holy book as a guide to live by. Category 1 Question 3

7 Belief, Prayer, Charity, Fasting, and Pilgrimage What are the 5 pillars of Islam? Category 1 Question 4

8 How the sultan ruled when the Seljuk Turks took control of the Arab Empire. What is controlled the government and army, but let the Abbasid caliph remain as religious leader? Category 1 Question 5

9 The name given to Muslims who spread and teach the faith. What are Sufis? Category 2 Question 1

10 These people were forced to pay special taxes and had to send their sons away to become Muslim soldiers. They were able to pick their own religious leaders Who are Non-Muslims? Category 2 Question 2

11 True of false: 1.Mosques were only used as houses of worship. 2. The House of Wisdom was Staffed with only Jewish and Muslim scholars. 1. What is false? 2. What is false? Category 2 Question 3

12 The two groups that the Muslim world split into because of arguing about who had the right to be Caliph. What are Sunnis and Shiites Category 2 Question 4

13 The first 4 caliphs were from this place and were called ______________. What is Madinah, and what are the Rightly Guided Caliphs? Category 2 Question 5

14 The approximate ratio of Muslims in the world. What is 1 out of 6? Category 3 Question 1

15 This town was along the trade routes and was also the holiest place in all Of Arabia. What is Makkah or Mecca? Category 3 Question 2

16 This dynasty, led by Persian Muslims followed the Umayyads in AD 750 and built a new capital in Baghdad. What are the Abbasids? Category 3 Question 3

17 Advancements made in Math and science by Muslims. What are algebra, Chemistry, and the astrolabe? Category 3 Question 4

18 He was known as the greatest Mogul leader. Who is Akbar? Category 3 Question 5

19 These are three examples of famous Muslim architectural creations. What are the Taj Mahal, the Alhambra, and Minarets? Category 4 Question 1

20 1. Cities along trade routes such as Baghdad and Cairo became centers of these three things. 2. The leading merchants in The Middle East and N. Africa Until the 1400s. 1.What are the arts, learning, and government? 2. What are Muslims? Category 4 Question 2

21 True or False: Women ran the government, business, and society while men could inherit wealth and own property, and had to follow the laws of Hijab. What is false? Category 4 Question 3

22 True or False: 1. Arabic writings included Only writings from the Quran. 2. The Moguls created a Muslim Empire in India during The 1500s. 1.What is false? 2. What is true? Category 4 Question 4

23 Category 4 Question 5 This empire invaded the Byzantine Empire, seized Constantinople, and renamed it Istanbul. What is the Ottoman Empire?

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