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... Chapter 8 The Prophet Muhammad
Write the definitions & a sentence for the following vocabulary words.
What are the 3 Semitic Religions?
What part of the world did all three originate from?
1. Semitic Religion
Muhammad Questions 1. What year was Muhammad born? 2. In
... 2. In what city was he born?
3. Who raised him?
4. What is the Kaaba?
5. Who built the original Kaaba?
6. What was Muhammad’s first wife’s name?
7. What is the name of the angel that revealed God’s word to
8. What was the angel’s first revelation to Muhammad?
9. What does “Muslim” mean?
Islam Unit 2, SSWH 5 a & c
... • Muhammad (founder), Allah sent
him an angel, Gabriel – Muhammad
was told he is a messenger.
• Islam: “submission to
the will of Allah” in Arabic
• Muslim: “one who has submitted”
• Muhammad: considered the last &
Lesson 10 The Prophet Muhammad
... The Prophet Muhammad
No other person in history has had such an impact on
the life of his followers, according to Muslim beliefs,
than Muhammad, the last and final messenger of Allah.
His life is the best example for Muslims to follow. He has shown how to obey
Allah and how to live as a true Muslim. ...
... Think of 3 questions you could
ask to test if someone was a
Islam: Empire of Faith - According to Phillips
... 14. The Quran was revealed and remains in _________________.
15. As Muhammad’s community grew, so did the _________________.
16. Muhammad’s followers were forced from the marketplace and _________________.
17. In 619 AD, Muhammad’s wife and his uncle both _________________.
18. Muhammad agreed to tr ...
... Defeat by the Meccans, Muhammad nearly killed
... Defeat by the Meccans, Muhammad nearly killed
In Cairo, a muezzin calls faithful Muslims to prayer
... 15. Muhammad had a way with people, and with resolving their ___________________. He became
known as the _________________ ____________ (two words in English).
16. In a _____________above Mecca, Muhammad had an experience that would be the defining
moment of his life. An angel was said to appear bef ...
Chapter 8 Notes
... 2. Muhammad’s birthplace was the city of ____________________________________________.
3. How did Makkah/Mecca gain its wealth? __________________________________________
4. Makkah was a religious center because the Ka’ba, a _______________ shrine was considered
holy. Why? __________________________ ...
Birth of Islam Notes Filled in
... In 620, Muhammad preached to a group of pilgrims from Yathrib. They invited him to come
there and be their leader. During the summer of622, he and several hundred followers fled
from Mecca to Yathrib. The year 622 was called the year of the Migration and the city was
renamed for the city of the prop ...
Review for Quiz on Muhammad and Islam
... Qu'ran (Koran) is the holy book, the words of Allah; worship of any idols is forbidden, no images of Muhammad
What are polytheism and monotheism?
Polytheism is the belief in many gods
Monotheism is the belief in one God
Why did Meccans feel threatened by the word Muhammad was spreading?
Islam and Muhammad
... bedoin way of life established by Muhammad and
surrounded themselves with luxury.
Muslims were divided into two groups: Shi’a and Sunnis
The Shi’a believed that the caliph should be a relative of
the Prophet Muhammad.
The Sunnis were those who did not resist the Umayyad’s
and accepted the rule ...
Charlie Hebdo Cartoons: Respectful of Muhammad
... 1. This is not necessarily the belief in all currents of Islam. In the history of Islam, Muhammad’s
countenance has sometimes been depicted. At any rate, it is idolatry, i.e. the worship of images and
sculptures of humans and animals, that is in fact prohibited.
2. As Pierre Bayle (1647-1706) point ...
... What is the Ka'bah?
A. a house of worship built by Abraham
B. a cave where the angel Gabriel appeared to
C. a mosque containing Muhammad's tomb
D. a holy book of Islam
Born c. 570 CE in Mecca, Muhammad was raised by his
... Muhammad worked as a trader for Khadijah, a 40yearold widow, until he married her in
595 CE at the age of 25. The marriage lasted for 25 years and was reported to be a happy one.
Muhammad relied upon Khadija and did not enter into marriage with another woman
during this marriage. After Khadija's d ...
Writing a “Hook”
... They ARE sentences that may “wrap-up” the topic.
ex.) Middle-Age Europe was grateful to Islam for all
of their technological advancements.
They ARE sentences that can prepare the reader for
the next paragraph.
ex.) But although Muslim culture prospered during
the Crusades, their progress began t ...
201 (South Park)
""201"" is the sixth episode of the fourteenth season of South Park, and the 201st overall episode of the series. It originally aired on Comedy Central in the United States on April 21, 2010. The episode continued multiple storylines from the previous episode, ""200"", in which a group of angry celebrities demand South Park produce the Muslim prophet Muhammad. In ""201"", a superhero-like group of religious figures team up to save South Park from the celebrities and their monster Mecha-Streisand, while Eric Cartman learns the true identity of his father.The episode was written and directed by series co-creator Trey Parker, and was rated TV-MA L in the United States. Like ""200"", it alludes to several past storylines and controversies from previous South Park episodes, especially Comedy Central's refusal to show images of Muhammad on the network following controversies in 2005 and 2007 when cartoons depicting Muhammad ran in European newspapers, resulting in riots and threats. Prior to the broadcast of ""201"", the radical Muslim organization Revolution Muslim posted a warning on their website that Parker and Stone risked being murdered for their depiction of Muhammad. Comedy Central modified Parker and Stone's version of the episode, obscuring all images and bleeping all references to Muhammad—to the effect of disruptively obscuring the entire two-minute moral conclusion of the story. Nevertheless, both ""200"" and ""201"" were nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program in 2010.The censorship drew strong criticism of Comedy Central. Critics said the move was a significant public victory for Muslim extremists, and that the network's action would encourage further threats from radical groups. ""201"" was not shown in repeats, has not been made available on the South Park website, and has not been shown in Sweden, Hungary, Australia or the Netherlands. In most places the episode ""Sexual Healing"" was shown instead of episode 201. In the United Kingdom, some parts were removed, and a short on-screen message appears, stating the outline of the removed parts and ""MTV (on Viva)"" or ""Comedy Central"" ""...has refused to air an image of Muhammad on their network"". According to Nielsen Media Research, the episode was seen by 3.5 million viewers, making it the most watched cable television program of the night.On January 31, 2014, the original uncensored version was leaked when it was pulled from the South Park Studios servers and was posted online in its entirety without approval by Comedy Central.