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Islam in Medieval...

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Polytheism believing in more than one god
Prophet proclaimer of the word of god
Monotheism believing in one god
Muslim a person who surrenders to God, a follower of the islamic faith
Islam act of submitting to the will of god
Boycott a refusal to do business with an organization or group
Seige Take over
Mecca holiest city and birthplace of Muhammad
Medina city, Islamic pilgrimage site
Muhammed founder of Muslims
Arabian Peninsula cradle of Islamic culture
Ka'bah Ka'bah, also spelled Kaaba, small shrine located near the center of the Great Mosque in Mecca
Muhammed's early life Born in 570 at Mecca, became an orphan, lived with his uncle
Khadijah First wife and follower of Muhamad
Night Journey Went on a journey to a cave and met Gabriel
Beliefs of Muhammed Believing that God had chosen him as his messenger, there is no God but Allah, and that life should be lived in complete submission to the will of Allah
Muhammad and his conflict with the people of Mecca He thought rich should share wealth with the poor, they didn't like it
Abu Talib Uncle of Muhammad
Quran a book of religious text of islam
Sunnah verbally transmitted record of the teachings, deeds and sayings
Shahadah Declaration of faith
Salat Daily ritual prayer
Zakat Charity: share your riches
Siyam Fasting to worship god
Hajj Pilgrimage to Mecca
Jihad striving for the path of god
Shari’ah law is the religious law forming part of the Islamic tradition.
Caliph the chief Muslim civil and religious ruler, regarded as the successor of Muhammad.
Sunni Sunni Islam is the largest denomination of Islam. Its name comes from the word Sunnah, referring to the exemplary behaviour of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
Shi’ah one of the two main branches of Islam (the other being the Sunni), making up a tenth or more of the entire Muslim population,
Battle of Tours victory won by Charles Martel, the de facto ruler of the Frankish kingdoms, over Muslim invaders from Spain
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