5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
("cube") a pre-islamic cubed building in mecca believed by muslims to have been built by Abraham. It is the center of the Muslim Pilgrimage
the scarf or head covering worn by most muslim women
- c Mystical movement of islam. their name comes from the plain woolen garment they wore. One well-known group of Sufis are the Whirling Dervishes. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJIofU-0jC0)
- d ("seveners")a shiite group, which disagrees with other shiites about who should have become the seventh imam
- e ("one who surrenders") The term for an adherent to Islam
5 Multiple choice questions
- ("ruler") First used for semi-autonomous rulers under the Abbasids. Later became a term for ruler of many Islamic states.
- ("he who stands before") the leader of shiite community, in contrast to the caliph of the sunnis.
- (Mawlid) Celebration of Muhammad's Birthday DUHHH
Mosque built in the 1600s in the heart of Istanbul, represents high point of Ottoman achievement.
- a tax on possessions and various levels of taxes in agriculture produce. the tax is used for poor relief and religious purposes, such as education and building of mosques
5 True/False questions
Al-Ghazzali → (1526-1857) Muslim empire in India. Persian form of the word "Mongol"
dervish → ("poor") Derived from the Persian "Darwish." Translation of the Arabic "fakir"
pilgrimage → ("he who stands before") the leader of shiite community, in contrast to the caliph of the sunnis.
dar al-islam → ("poor") Derived from the Persian "Darwish." Translation of the Arabic "fakir"
Ottoman → (1300-1922) the Turkish-based empire. It captured constantinople in 1453, and for 1500's and 1600's was the world's leading empire