Middle EastKey Terms
... Middle EastKey Terms
The religion based on the life,
death and resurrection of Jesus,
... ii) Forced conversion of ______________________
4) Split in Islam about 700 AD – Why?
a) Succession to Caliphate as successor to ________________________________
b) Incorporation of non-Koran elements
i) As Islam expanded . . .
ii) Some Muslims …
c) Worldliness of _________________
d) Discrimination ...
... . What is the written history of the
life and teachings of Muhammad
called (not in the Qu’ran)?
... Five acts of worship required by all Muslims.
1. A statement of faith. Muslims must state their
faith by saying, “There is no god but God, and
Muhammad is his prophet.”
2. Praying five times a day; before sunrise,
midday, late afternoon, right after sunset, and
before going to bed.
3. A yearly don ...
... gained momentum in recent decades within
several Muslim nations. Islamic
fundamentalists oppose the infiltration of
secular and Westernizing influences and
seek to institute Islamic law, including strict
codes of behavior (esp. for women).
The Rise of Islam
... • A religion based on the teachings of the prophet
Mohammed which stresses belief in one god
(Allah), and a body of law written in the Qur'an.
Followers are called Muslims.
5 2 Islam Expansion .pptx
... Muslim traders from far away. They have
brought goods and new ideas! What are
some ideas you may learn from them?
... 9. What is significant about the Kaaba?
10. Why did wealthy merchants and religious leaders dislike Muhammad?
11. Why did Muhammad move to Madinah?
12. Compare and Contrast Islam, Judaism, and Christianity.
13. Why did the Shiites and Sunnis split?
14. Explain how Islam Spread from it’s beginning.
Islam and the Islamic Empires
... 15. the central shrine in Mecca, faced during
17. these men ruled the Islamic world as
'religious emperors' following the death of
19. most Muslims on earth follow this sect of
Encyclopedia of Islamic Doctrine
... Have you ever wondered: What are the beliefs and doctrine of mainstream Islam as opposed
to those who call themselves "Salafis" with regard to the Names and Attributes of Almighty
Allah? The author says in the introduction: "Scholars have observed that the Community's
greatest achievement over the p ...
Islam Notes Key
... 1. What holy shrine is in
Mecca AND what did it have
3. What do Muslims call
God their Creator?
4. Who became the prophet of
Islam AND what did he claim
... Why was Islam
able to spread so
quickly and convert
so many to the
Islam Section 2
... • Women could own property, earn money, and receive
• The Qur’an discusses Jihad, which means to make an effort, or to
struggle. Jihad refers to the inner struggle people go through in their
effort to obey God and behave according to Islamic ways.
Rise of Islam - Mrs. Oliver`s WHAP
... The Quran is the sacred text of Islam. It teaches about God’s will and provides a guide to life.
All Muslims must perform certain duties, known as the Five Pillars of Islam. These are declaring faith,
praying five times daily, giving charity to the poor, fasting during the holy month, and making th ...
The Spread of Islam Study Guide
... 1. Faith- Allah is the only God
2. Prayer 5 times a day
3. Concern for the Poor and Needy
4. Fasting during Ramadan
5. Pilgrimage to Mecca
Global 1 H - Manhasset Schools
... What were some key events in the life of Muhammad?
How does Islam compare to Judaism and Christianity?
What factors allowed the Arab Empire to spread and unify numerous peoples?
What achievements in philosophy, medicine, literature, mathematics and science
were made during the Golden Age of Islamic ...
•Islam is a total or comprehensive way of life
•Renewal of Muslim governments and societies requires restoration of
Islam and Politics - Georgetown University
... revelations of God to Muhammad
Hadith = report of the sayings or actions of
Muhammad or his companions, together with
the tradition of its chain of transmission
Sunna = way of life prescribed as normative in
Islam, based on the teachings and practices of
Muhammad and on Qur’anic exegesis
`Ulama’ = r ...
Criticism of Islamism
Criticism of Islamism concerns critique of those beliefs or notions ascribed to Islamism or Islamist movements. Such criticisms focus on (among other issues) the role of Islam in legislation, the relationship between Islamism and freedom of expression and the rights of women and minorities.Among those authors and scholars who have criticized Islamism, or some element of it, are Olivier Roy, Joseph E. B. Lumbard, Maajid Nawaz, Reza Aslan, Abdelwahab Meddeb, Muhammad Sa'id al-'Ashmawi, Gilles Kepel, Matthias Küntzel, and Khaled Abu al-Fadl.