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Transcript
Chapter 12- Islamic Empires – Study Guide
I.
Study vocabulary words and worksheet.
II.
Define the follow:
A. shah- __________________________________________________________
B. Moors- ________________________________________________________
C. Avicenna- ______________________________________________________
III.
Fill in the blank
1. ________________ is called a “crossroads” location because its trade routes
link Africa, Asia, and Europe.
2. By trading with other people, Muslims learned how to make ____________.
3. ___________________ became dissatisfied with his tribe’s religion because
it included the worship of idols.
4. Muhammad taught that there was only _________ God.
5. The Sunnah is based on the ________________________.
IV. Short Answer
1. How did Muslims initially show tolerance?
2. What is Ramadan and what do Muslims do to show that it is important?
3. What happened near the city of Tours in 711 AD?
4. Describe Muslim art and architecture?
5. How is the Qur’an similar to holy books of other religions?
6. What are the basic beliefs of Islam?