___ stretches over most of the Arabian peninsula.
Water is found only at ___.
Some Arabian herders were called ___.
Early Arabs organized into tribes. The head of these tribes was called the ___.
Some Arab villagers were merchants who transported goods across the desert. Many traveled in a ___ or group of traveling merchants and animals.
The largest and richest town in Arabia was ___.
Arabians worshipped many gods, but the most important was ___.
In AD 610, a man named ___ went into the hills to pray.
Muhammad said he was visited by an angel and told to preach ___, which means "surrendering to the will of God."
Muhammad preached only to worship Allah and that all people were ___.
Muhammad preached that wealth was not as important as leading a ___ ___.
Followers of Islam are called ___.
Wealthy merchants and religious leaders did not like Muhammad's message. They thought he was trying to steal their ___.
In AD 622, Muhammad and his followers left Makkah. They moved north to a town called ___.
The journey of Muhammad and his followers to Yathrib became known as the ___, which means "breaking off relationships."
Like Jews and Christians, Muslims believe in ___ God.
For Muslims, early ___ were Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad.
Muslims' religious writings became know as the ___, or holy book of Islam.
The Quran instructs Muslims on how they should ___.
Muslims are expected to fulfill the Five ___ of Islam, or acts of worship.