5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- List three behaviors of Shari'ah
- How do Muslims break the fast of Ramadan
- What does Shari'ah promote?
- Who is Allah?
- Why do Muslims fast?
- a Obiedience to the Qur'an and respect to others.
- b Muslims celebrate with dates and drinks.
- c Allah is the name of the Muslim God
- d It is believed that fasting teaches self-control and makes people realize how it would like to be poor.
- e Muslim women wear simple clothing, Muslims cannot eat pork. Muslims cannot drink or gamble
5 Multiple choice questions
- The hadith is considered evidence to Sunnah
- A shrine that Abraham built to honor God.
- The lesser jihad is the external struggle against oppresion. The greater jihad is the evil in one self
- the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina
- A pilgrimage to Makkah which brings all Muslims together. It promotes fellowship and equality.
5 True/False questions
Define Siyam and when it takes place. → the act of fasting on the month of Ramadan
Define Sunnah → The way of life of the Muslims
How do Muslims treat the book of Qur'an → They treat it as holy, not letting it touch the ground, not letting it get dirty, as well as memorizing phrases from Qur'an
What do Muslims think of the Jewish and Christian writings? → The Muslims accept these two writings as older revisions of the word of god. However, the Qur'an is believed to be the final messages from God to humans.
What do Muslims believe about Angels and Judgement? → Muslims celebrate with dates and drinks.