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  1. al-fatihah
  2. Mongol
  3. Sunni
  4. Mughal
  5. Shitte
  1. a (1206-1481) Largest world empire prior to the Soviet Union. Rapidly expanded in the 1200s, overthrowing most nations from the pacific to the Danube, including Abbasid Empire.
  2. b (1526-1857) Muslim empire in India. Persian form of the word "Mongol"
  3. c ("party") the largest minority, they maintain that valid leadership lies in the imam, a direct descendant of muhammad, through his daughter fatima and her husband ali.
  4. d ("The Opening") First Surah of Quran is used as a common prayer by Muslims, being repeated at least seventeen times a day.
  5. e the more traditional form, making up about 85% of Islam. They consider that valid leadership of islam lies in a caliph of muhhammad's tribe

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ritual prayer offered at five specific times of the day: dawn, noon, afternoon, evening, and twilight. Muslims pray facing mecca.
  2. although muslim do not have a holy day of the week, such as the Jewish Sabbath or the christian sunday, Muslim try to attend friday noon prayers in the mosque
  3. Medina; the city in which Muhammad and his followers went for safety/refuge when they were removed from Mecca. This event is referred to as Hijra (emigration)
  4. Muhammad's fav. color (the color of his turban) and is often the color of flags of muslim nations. Also, garments to be worn in paradise are said to be green.
  5. the succession of caliphs, leaders of sunni islam. The instution was terminated by the Turkish Republic in 1922. Attempts to revive was unsuccesful

5 True/False questions

  1. night journey(Miraj) Celebration of Muhammad's journey (ascension) to heaven from Jerusalem.

          

  2. mosque("place of prostration") the center of muslim community and religious life. Its most distinctive arch, feature is the minaret (tower) from which the call to prayer is made

          

  3. fatimida legal opinion by a qualified jurist, clarifying a disputed point of law. In practice, a fatwa is treated as having force of law

          

  4. prayer matritual prayer offered at five specific times of the day: dawn, noon, afternoon, evening, and twilight. Muslims pray facing mecca.

          

  5. shirk("party") the largest minority, they maintain that valid leadership lies in the imam, a direct descendant of muhammad, through his daughter fatima and her husband ali.

          

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