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The Arabian Peninsula is located in the ___________ corner of Asia. a)Northwest b)Southeast c)Northeast d)southwest $100
The Arabian Peninsula is located in the southwest corner of Asia. Back to Game
Arabia is called a “crossroads” location because… $200
Arabia is called a “crossroads” location because…it connects Africa, Asia, and Europe Back to Game
What feature dominates the Arabian landscape? $300
What feature dominates the Arabian landscape? Deserts Back to Game
What is an oasis? $400
What is an oasis? A wet, fertile area in the desert Back to Game
A nomad was a person who… $500
Back to Game A nomad was a person who… traveles from place to place
A building used for Muslim prayer is called a… $100
A building used for Muslim prayer is called a… mosque Back to Game
What word means the opposite of nomadic? $200
What word means the opposite of nomadic? sedentary Back to Game
What is similar between Christianity, Judaism, and Islam? $300
What is similar between Christianity, Judaism, and Islam? Belief in one God Back to Game
$400 The holy book of Islam is called…
The holy book of Islam is called… the Qur’an Back to Game
$500 Many merchants in Mecca rejected Islam because…
They wanted to keep their money for themselves. Back to Game
Why did Muhammad and his followers leave Mecca in 622? $100
Why did Muhammad and his followers leave Mecca in 622? Mecca’s leaders were threatening him Back to Game
What is the central teaching of Islam?
What is the central teaching of Islam? Allah is the only God and Muhammad is his prophet. Back to Game
$300 Muslims do not believe that _________ was the son of God.
Muslims do not believe that Jesus was the son of God. Back to Game
$400 What can Muslims not eat and drink?
Pork and alcohol Back to Game
$500 Why do Muslims fast during Ramadan?
To show that God is more important than one’s body Back to Game
$100 Another name for Islamic Law is…
Shariah Back to Game
$200 The hegira was Muhammad’s journey from _________ to _________.
The hegira was Muhammad’s journey from Mecca to Medina. Back to Game
$300 Who is the most important Islamic prophet?
Muhammad Back to Game
$400 The Qur’an and the Sunnah form the basis for ________ ____.
The Qur’an and the Sunnah form the basis for Islamic law. Back to Game
$500 The Five Pillars of Islam are _____ of __________ required of all Muslims.
The Five Pillars of Islam are acts of worship required of all Muslims. Back to Game
$100 The Sunnah is based on the ________.
The Sunnah is based on the hadith. Back to Game
$200 The ________ was an important and sacred place both before and after the people of Mecca converted to Islam.
The Kaaba was an important and sacred place both before and after the people of Mecca converted to Islam. Back to Game
$300 Where did Muhammad meditate when he claimed to hear an angel speak?
A cave outside Mecca Back to Game
$400 Muhammad’s daughter was named ____________.
Muhammad’s daughter was named Fatimah. Back to Game
$500 The people of Arabia adapted to the deserts by traveling across the desert or settling near ________.
The people of Arabia adapted to the deserts by traveling across the desert or settling near oases. Back to Game
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THE MUSLIM WORLD Intro to Islam and JCI Notes. Objectives Student will demonstrate knowledge of Islamic civilization from about 600 to 1000 C.E. by.
CHAPTER 3 Sect. 1 Learning Target 7.2.1
The Rise of Islam Chapter 10, Section 1.
Chapter 10 Islam. Bedouins Who: nomadic herders What: moved through the desert to reach seasonal pasturelands for their animals; predecessors the Islamic.
The Rise of Islam.
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Unit 3 The Islamic World.
The Rise of Islam. Allah Muhammad Islam Muslim Hijrah Mosque Hajj Qur’an Sunna Shari’a.
Islam Test Review.
Mr. Burton Please enter the room quietly, remain seated, and have everything off your desk.
Essential Question: Who was Muhammad & how did Islam unite the Arab people? Warm-Up Question: Who were the Mongols?
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