5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Pilgrimage (hajj)
- id al-adha
- alms (zakat)
- a ("sign of Allah") in shiite tradition, a few very pious and learned men have the authority of the Imam
- b "The Feast of the Sacrifice"or the "Great Feast". It marks the end of the pilgrimage to Mecca. Muslims offer a sacrifice on this occasion, commemorating Abraham's "sacrifice" of Ishmael.
- c (570-632) Muslims believe that Muhammad was the last of the prohpets of god, such as abraham, moses, and jesus
Muslims are expected to journey to Mecca in one's lifetime. The pilgrimage occurs over a six-day period in the last month of the year, and involves a complex set of rituals around Mecca
- e a tax on possessions and various levels of taxes in agriculture produce. the tax is used for poor relief and religious purposes, such as education and building of mosques
5 Multiple choice questions
- practices vary, but male children are cicumcised from four years old or older
- cousin and son-in law of muhammad, he is considered by shi`ite to have been the proper successor to muhammad
- (661-750) the first muslim empire, which lasted for 90 years. It arose, after the death of the fourth `rightly - guided` caliph
- ("bearing witness") The confession that there is only one God, and Muhammad is the Prophet of God. Confessing this makes one a muslim.
- (1058-1111) a leading intellectual who became a sufi convert. He challenged the independence of philosophy emphasizing the need of revelation
5 True/False questions
Prayer (salat) → ritual prayer offered at five specific times of the day: dawn, noon, afternoon, evening, and twilight. Muslims pray facing mecca.
the five pillars → Five main duties of a muslim 1. confession (only one god) 2. prayer or worship (five times a day) 3. Alms (to the poor) 4. Fasting (during the month of Ramadan) 5. Pilgrimage (to Mecca)
Ismaili → cousin and son-in law of muhammad, he is considered by shi`ite to have been the proper successor to muhammad
halal Certification → used by muslims at prayer. The mat is designed to be pointed in the direction of Mecca
prayer beads / rosary → ritual prayer offered at five specific times of the day: dawn, noon, afternoon, evening, and twilight. Muslims pray facing mecca.