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World History

Muslim person who follows the religion of Islam
Allah Arabic word for God
Qur'an Muslim holy book
Jew, Christians, Zoroastrians referred to as the "people of the book"
How do Muslims view Adam,Noah,Moses,and Jesus? As prophets
Who did Muhammad receive his first revelation from? Angel Gabriel
Former city of Yathrib Medina
year 1 of the Islamic calendar(pilgrimage to Mecca) Hajj
Five Pillars 1. Declaration of Faith 2. prayer 5 times a day facing Mecca 3. Almsgiving (charitable donations,Tithe) 4.fasting during the holy month of Ramadan 5. The Hajj,pilgrimage to Mecca
How do the Five Pillars help Muslims submit to Allah's will? Focus on Muhammad,Allah, and the poor
Muslim place of worship Mosque
Muhammad's example and, as such, is considered the model for living a proper Muslim life Sunna
Three holiest cities in Islam Mecca,Medina,Jerusalem
Split between the Sunni and Shiite Muslims began with disagreement overt this. Muhammad's successor - Caliph
Believed a successor should follow Muhammad's example (90% of Muslims are members of this set) Sunni
Believed Muhammad named his cousin and son-in-law, Ali, successor. believed the leader was a descendant of Muhammad Shiite (shi'a)
led a life of poverty and devotion Sufi
Reasons for the spread of Islam 5 Pillars and treating people with quality etc.
Created by: Cbasnight