Flashcards in Muslim quiz social studies Deck (27):
what happened in 610 to muhammad while he was meditating in the hills
Angel Gabriel came to speak to him and he received his first revelation
what city in 622 did Muhammad first flee too (also known as the ------)
Medina, also known as Hijra
what city in 630 does Muhammad return too and conquers without bloodshed
What happened in 632 to muhammad
The revelations to muhammad were written down by scribes and became known as the----- which is the holy book of Islam
--- Contains ethical guidelines and laws by which muslims should live there lives, its written in ----- which was language of muhammad
The religion of ----- is -----, it teaches a belief in afterlife, (those most submit to allah)
What do muslims believe Muhammad was
he was a man NOT DIVINE
Who was Gods final revelation for man kind (how can they achieve salvation)
by submitting to the will of allah (five pillars of Islam)
what is the first pillar of Islam
Declaration of faith
what is the second pillar of islam
daily prayer (sala)
What is the third pillar of islam
what is the fourth pillar of islam
what is the fifth pillar of islam
what are the two groups of muslims that hate each other
Sunni vs shi'a
These muslims supported the umayyad dynasty. they believe the caliph doesnt need to be direct descendant of muhammad
these groups of Muslims supported Hussen and believe that the caliph should be direct descendant of muhammed through his son-in-law Ali and his grandson
Muhammads journey from mecca to medina in 622.
The most sacred temple of Islam, located at mecca.
One of the five pillars of Islam, the pilgrimage to mecca that all Muslims are expected to make at least once in their lifetime.
In islam, an effort in Gods service.
Successor to muhammed as political and religious leader of the muslims
A member of one of the largest Muslim sects; Sunnis believe that inspiration came from the example of Muhammed as recorded by his early followers
A member of one of the two major Muslim sects: believe that the descendants of Mohammed daughter and son-in-law, ali, are the true Muslim leaders
Muslim mystics who seek communion with God through meditation, fasting, and other rituals.
Members of the Sunni dynasty of caliphs that ruled a Muslim empire from 661 to 750.