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5 Matching questions

  1. Umayyads
  2. Five Pillar: Prayer
  3. Islam
  4. Five Pillar: Pilgrimage
  5. Calligraphy
  1. a The art of beautiful handwriting
  2. b Five times every day, Muslims face toward Mecca to pray. They assemble at a mosque
  3. c All Muslims who are physically and financially able to perform the hajj (pilgramage - migration) to Mecca, at least once. Pilgrims wear identical garments so that all stand as equals before Allah
  4. d A family who came to power, moved the capital of Arabia to Damascus
  5. e Meaning "Submission to the will of Allah"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. System of law which regulates family life and moral conduct. Also community and business life of Muslims
  2. A building opened by Caliph Al - Ma'mun in Bagdad which combined all three of a library, an academy and a translation center
  3. Followers of Muhammad's example - Believe that the first four caliphs were rightly guided; that Muslim rulers should follow the Sunna or Muhammad's example; lastly that the Shi'a have distorted the meaning of various passages of the Qur'an
  4. During the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, Muslims fast between dawn and sunset. A simple meal is eaten at the end of the day. Fasting serves to remind Muslims that their spiritual needs are greater than their physical needs
  5. A religion - means "One who has submitted"

5 True/False questions

  1. Shi'aA group who believed that the prophets son in law should have succeeded Muhammad; that all Muslim rulers should be descended from Muhammad; and lastly that the Sunni have distorted the meaning of various passages in the Qur'an - Shi'a means "party of Ali"


  2. HijrahMeaning "Submission to the will of Allah"


  3. HajjThe name of the migration when Muhammad and his followers left Mecca because of being attacked


  4. SunnaBest way for proper living


  5. SufiA group of people who rejected the luxurious life of the Umayyads and they pursued a life of poverty and made a devotion to a spiritual path


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