5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Five Pillar: Pilgrimage
- Five Pillar: Prayer
- Five Pillar: Fasting
- a A caliphate which was formed by Shi'a Muslims who claimed descent from Muhammad's daughter Fatima
- b 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
- c The art of beautiful handwriting
- d Five times every day, Muslims face toward Mecca to pray. They assemble at a mosque
- e 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 Multiple choice questions
- An Islamic house of worship
- A place where the Berber armies stopped in the middle of the war and created a Muslim state here
- 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
- To become a Muslim, a person would have to testify to the statement of faith - "There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah."
- Muhammad taught that all Muslims have a responsibility to support the less fortunate. Muslims meet that social responsibility by giving alms (money) for the poor through a special religious tax
5 True/False questions
Qur'an → A 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"
Hijrah → Meaning "Submission to the will of Allah"
Sufi → 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
Muslim → Meaning "Submission to the will of Allah"
Hajj → A 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