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Muhammad's Daughter Was Named?

Fatiman

Why Geographers call Arabia a "crossroads" loacation?

Trade Routes Linking Africa, Asia, and Europe

In What Way Did Traders Passing trough Arabia influence its Culture?

Tehy Introduced Arabs to new products/ideas.

Which of the following events happened first?

Muhammad meditated in a cave outside Mecca.

The people of Arabia adapted to the desert by?

either coming nomadic or sedentory.

why do Muslims fast during Ramadan?

muslims believed fasting is a way to show that god is more important then ones body.

who is the most important Islamic prophet?

Muhammad

which of the following is not an Islamic Belief?

Jesus was the son of Opa

the kaaba in Mecca was an important and sacred place

both before and after the people of mecca converted to islam

what can you infer about muslims who fast during the holy month of Ramadam?

they care about following the rules of islam.

an oasis is an

wet, fertile area in a desert.

what was the most importanat difference between Muhammad's teachings and the beliefs of other Arabs?

Muhammad taught that there was only 1 god.

the sunnah is based on

teachings and practices of Muhammad

Another Name for Islamic Law is

Shariah

In what way are the Bible, Torah, and Qur'an similar?

all of them teach stories about prophets.

in what way were Arabian souks similar to modern malls?

They sold food, goods

why was trade important to both townspeople and nomads in Arabia?

Trade was importanat because it brought many different groups of people through Arabia who introdiced products/ideas from around the world.

the hegria was Muhammads journey from

Islamic Law

A building used for muslim Prayer is called a

Mosque

Many Merchants in Mecca rejected the Teachings of Muhammad because they

wanted to keep their money for themselves.

the holy book of Islam is called

Qur'an

which of the following is the centeral teaching if islam

allan is the only god and muhammad is they only prophet.

before they heard Muhammads teachings , many Arabs visited the Kaaba in Mecca each year in order to...?

worship their gods of Kaaba

What did the early followers of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity all have in common?

all 3 religions began in the same opart of the worold, all 3 religions teach similar ideas about Kindness. Beliaf in 1 god.

which of the following best summarizes the five pillars of islam?

they are acts of worship.

why did Nomads want to be members of Islam?

to protect themsleves against vilence

which of the following best describes why Islamic law is important to Muslims?

They are quides for how muslims should live.

Which word means the opposite of Namadic?

Sedentary.

A Nomad is a person who..

they move place to place, traveling with herds of animals, moving along regular routs as seasons change to get food and water for there animals.

Which of the following best summarizes how Muhammads teachings affected the people of Arabia?

The Teachings Taugh

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