5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Define Jihad
- Define Shari'ah
- What do Muslims think of the Jewish and Christian writings?
- What city do Muslims pray toward?
- Explain what the lesser and greater jihad are
- a Makkah
- b 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.
- c to strive; please God as well as overcoming struggles
- d The lesser jihad is the external struggle against oppresion. The greater jihad is the evil in one self
- e the Islamic law, which is based on the Qur'an and the Sunnah.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Obiedience to the Qur'an and respect to others.
- A pilgrimage to Makkah which brings all Muslims together. It promotes fellowship and equality.
- The hadith is considered evidence to Sunnah
- Muslims celebrate with dates and drinks.
- They treat it as holy, not letting it touch the ground, not letting it get dirty, as well as memorizing phrases from Qur'an
5 True/False questions
Define Shahadah → faith to the religion
Where do Muslims pray? → They usually pray at a mosque, however they can pray anywhere
What is the expression that Muslims repeat during Shadadah? → Makkah
List three behaviors of Shari'ah → the Islamic law, which is based on the Qur'an and the Sunnah.
Who is Allah? → Allah is the name of the Muslim God