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Chapter 9 The Worlds of Islam
1. In what ways did the early history of Islam reflect its Arabic origins? (p. 413)
2. What did the Quran expect from those who followed its teachings? (p. 414)
3. How was Arabia transformed by the rise of Islam? (p. 417)
4. Why were Arabs able to construct such a huge empire so quickly? (p. 419)
5. What accounts for the widespread conversion to Islam? (p. 421)
6. What is the difference between Sunni and Shia Islam? (422)
7. In what ways were Sufi Muslims critical of mainstream Islam? (p. 424)
8. How did the rise of Islam change the lives of women? (p. 425)
9. What similarities and differences can you identify in the spread of islam to India, Anatolia, West Africa and
Spain? (p. 428)
10. In what ways was Anatolia changed by its incorporation into the Islamic world? (p. 430)
11. What makes it possible to speak of the Islamic world as a distinct and coherent civilization? (p. 437)
12. In what ways was the world of Islam a cosmopolitan civilization? (p. 438)
Define:
1. Quran:
2. Umma:
3. Pillars of Islam:
4. Hijra:
5. Sharia:
6. Jizya:
7. Ulama:
8. Umayyad Caliphate:
9. Abbasid Caliphate:
10. Sufism:
11. al-Ghazali:
12. Sikhism:
13. Ibn Battuta:
14. Timbuktu:
15. Mansa Musa:
16. al-Andalus
17. Madrassas
18. House of Wisdom:
19. Ibn Sina