Day 2 Questions
What is the third pillar of
A~ a yearly donation to charity
What two struggles does
jihad refer to?
A~ Internal struggle of a Muslim trying to follow Islamic beliefs and defend the Muslim community
Is Shariah the only law
used in Islamic countries?
A~ Yes, they are extreme laws
Circle the name of Islam’s
most important holy book.
A~ Qur" n
How does the Sunnah
relate to Muhammad?
A~ Sunnah is a collection of Muhammad actions and words
Day 3 Questions
Underline the phrase that tells where the Ottomans found fierce soldiers to fight in their armies.
A~They trained Janissaries, boys from conquered towns who were enslaved and converted to Islam.
When did the Byzantine Empire end?
Why do think trade
flourishes in coastal cities?
A~Muslims practice trade in there areas
Into what two groups did
Islam split into in the mid-600s?
A~Sunnai and the Shia
Who was the first caliph?
Day 1 Questions
Arabia was the trading
crossroads for what three
A~ Africa, Asia, and Europe
the name of Islam’s
Why would a nomad prefer
to travel in a tribe?
A~ For protection
Where did Muhammad first
hear from an angel of God?
A~ Inside a cave
Where did people travel to
on a pilgrimage?
Gabriel: An angel who talked to Muhammad
Muhammad: A influential and political leader
Monotheism: The belief in one god
Mount Hera: Cave by Mecca where Muhammad stayed
Christianity: Aramaic and Greek
Christianity: Jesus, Peter, and Paul
Judaism: Abraham and Moses
Christianity: Southern Levant
Islam: Arabian Peninsula
Judaism: Southern Levant
During the 15-17th century, Sha Abbus and Shah Ismail lead Safavid Empire with the population of 6 million with there religion of Twelver Shiism
During the 15-18th century, Babar, Akbyr, and Aurangzeb lead the Mughal Empire with the population at 150 million
During the 12-19th century, the Ottoman Empire was lead by Mehmed ll with a total of 25 million as there population with Sunni as there religion
Christianity: priest, bishop, archbishop, patriarch, pope, pastor, minister, preacher, deacon
Christianity- Lent, Holy Week, Easter
Islam-Eid-al-Fitr, Eid-al-Adha, month of Ramadan
Judaism-Yom Kippur, Days of Awe, Passover
Date Founded/ Theism
Date Founded c. 1800 BCE
Branches:Orthodox, Reform, Conservative
Date Founded c. 30 CE
Schisms-Catholic-Orthodox & Catholic-Protestant
Branches: Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant
Date Founded 622 CE
Branches: Sunni, Shi'a, Sufism
Difference between Muslim and Islam
Islam: A conversation to denote the religion or community of believers as a whole
Muslim: A conversation to qualify or distinguish a person.
Difference between Sunnai and Shite
Shia believed that the son of Muhammad should be the new leader
Shunnis believed that Abu Bakur should be the new leader
"Why was the discovery and control of gunpowder so important
A~ Gunpowder alone brought such big
changes in the way wars were fought that people had to change what they produced and how they built their cities.