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Chapter 10 Section 2

QuestionAnswer
When did Muhammad die: 632
What is a caliph and who was the first: A caliph is a title that means "successor" or "deputy"; Abu-Bakr was the first caliph.
Who were the four "rightly guided caliphs": The four rightly guided caliphs" were Abu-Bakr, Umar, Uthman and Ali.
What are two different meanings of jihad: the two meanings of jihad are "striving" and, in the Qur'an, an armed struggle against unbelievers.
Why would a single language and single currency be such an advantage to a trader: The trader doesn't have to deal with having to translate or change currency.
Why was Cordoba such a dazzling center: The city attracted poets, philosophers, and scientists; it had a bigger population than Paris; many non-Muslims adopted Muslim customs.
Created by: Domi