He was the messenger of God that spoke through the land about Allah and his teachings.
A city in western Saudi Arabia; birthplace of the prophet Muhammad and the most holy city for Islamic people.
A city in Western Saudi Arabia where Muhammad preached.
Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina in 622.
The most sacred temple of Islam, located at Mecca.
The holy book of Islam
The Muslim house of worship
A slender tower of a Mosque, from which Muslims are called to prayer.
1. Declaration of Faith, 2. Daily prayer, 3. Alms for the poor, 4. Fast during Ramadan, 5. Hajj
One of the 5 pillars of Islam, the pilgrimage to Mecca that all Muslims are expected to make at least once in their lifetime.
the ninth month of the Muslim calendar, it is a daily fast that is rigidly enjoined from dawn until sunset during this month.
Body of Islamic rules that includes interpretation of the Quran and the applies Islamic principals to everyday life.
Successor to Muhammad as political and religious leaders of the Muslims
A member of one of the largest Muslim sects; Sunni's believed that inspiration came from the example of Muhammad as recorded by his early followers.
A member of one of the two major Muslim sects; believe the the descendants of Muhammad's daughter and son in law, Ali were true Muslim leaders.
Members of the Sunni dynasty of caliphs that ruled a Muslim empire from 661- 750
A dynasty that ruled in Baghdad from 750- 1258