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Saudi Arabia A country in the Middle East where the religion of Islam began
Islam A monotheistic religion that started in the early 600s in Arabia
Muslims People who believe in/follow the religion of Islam
Muhammad The most important prophet in the religion of Islam
5 Pillars of Islam Faith – There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet Prayer (5xs) Giving charity Fasting during Ramadan Pilgrimage – travel to Mecca
Mecca and Medina Two holy cities in Islam where it began
mosque Holy building where Muslims worship and pray
Qur’an (Koran) Islamic holy book believed to hold the message of Muhammad from the angel Gabriel
Ottoman Empire Islamic empire which took a lot of European territory and controlled the Silk Road (1300 CE – 1920 CE)
Islam. A believer of Islam is a Muslim. The religion was founded by Mohammed. A believer of Islam is forbidden to eat pork, worship idols, drink alcohol,
A Study of Islam The Kaaba and the Al-Haram Mosque in Mecca.
Islam The 2 nd largest religion in the world with about 1.5 billion followers (about 22% of the world’s population Based on the teachings of the prophet.
The Religion of Islam Copy the notes in Cornell Style as they are shown. You will need to write ten questions and a summary for homework.
The Beliefs of Islam. Pneumonic Device I.S.L.A.M.I.C.
Aim: Understanding the 5 Pillars of Islam
Teachings of Islam.
Basic Islam Facts Over 1.6 billion followers 2 nd largest religion in the world behind Christianity
Development of Islam Unit 5 Chapter 11 Lesson 3.
Unit 1 Introduction to World Civilizations and New Ideas Sub Unit 2 Introduction to World Religions Lesson 7 Islam Studies the KORAN.
Islam (around600 AD) Founder Islam is based on the life and teachings of the prophet Mohammed, who they believe is the last messenger of God.
Middle Ages: Islam Warm-Up 1. How did the fall of the Roman Empire lead to the Middle Ages? 2. Who can Europeans turn to for leadership and structure.
Islam "Righteous is he who believes in Allah and the Last Day and the Angels and the Scriptures and the Prophets." -- Qur'an 2:177.
Islam Newest of the Major Western Religions. Symbol Crescent moon and star.
The Five Pillars Iman, or Faith – “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.” Salah, or Prayer – Muslims pray five times a day,
E. Napp Islam In this lesson, students will be able to identify characteristics of Islam. Students will be able to identify and/or define the following.
What do Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have in common?
Study Guide Review By: Ms. Roelke
Judaism, Christianity, Islam Mr. Homburg. Judaism Judaism began in the middle east, in what is modern day Israel. Major locations: Israel and North America.
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