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Desert Storm Muhammads Bio Glory Days of Islam Islamic Religion
Row 1, Col 1 People who move from place to place in search of water, and food? Nomads
1,2 The Quran is believed by Muslims to be the written record of who? Allah/GOD
1,3 After Muhammads death, what is the name of Islams highest leader? A Caliph
1,4 The Quran and the Sunnah both form The basis for this Shariah / Islamic Law
2,1 A small area of land in the desert watered by springs and wells ? Oasis
2,2 Upon meditating in the cave Muhammad heard the voice of this Angel Angel Gabriel
2,3 The hegira was Muhammads journey from _____ to ______? Mecca, Medina
2,4 The _____ is based on the words of Muhammad and is the Holy book of Islam. Quran
3,1 Many Muslim people once in their life vow to take a ______ to this sacred place where the _____ is located? Hajj, Kabba
3,2 This is the most important difference between Muhammads teachings and the beliefs of Other Arabs Muhammad taught that there is only one God (Allah)
3,3 Who did the Shiites believe should be a Caliph or successor to Muhammad? Only blood relatives of Muhammad
3,4 What is the building used for Muslim prayer called? Mosque
4,1 Between what three continents is Arabia located? Asia, Africa, Europe
4,2 Why did merchants in Mecca first reject the teachings of Muhammad? They wanted to keep their money for themselves
4,3 According to belief Christians, Jews, and Muslims all believe in what? One God
4,4 What is the most important teaching of Islam? There is only one God, Allah, and Muhammad is his prophet
5,1 Geographers call Arabia this because all the major trade routes link through it. Crossroads
5,2 What are the 5 pillars of Islam? Declaration of Faith, Daily Worship, Almsgiving, Fast, Pilgrimage
5,3 After Muhammads death, The Muslim empire expanded (grew) through What three ways? Trading, Wars/Treaties, speaking the Arabic language
5,4 This is the most important cultural feature That Muslims share with the people they conquered The Arabic language
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