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C14-Quiz C14-Quiz Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. The Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca is known as the A. Hajj B. Hijra C. Gadis D. Sharia E. Jizya 2. The term Islam means A. "Allah is great." B. "Devotion to the rule of life." C. "Submission." D. "Allah desires for you what is easy, not what is hard." E. "The one god." 3. The phrase, "one who has submitted," is the meaning of the term A. Jain B. Christian C. Hindu D. Buddhist E. Muslim 4. The phrase dar al-Islam means A. "Victory of god." B. "Conquest of Islam." C. "Warrior of Islam." D. "Missionary of the divine faith." E. "House of Islam."
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5. In 595, Muhammad married a wealthy widow named A. Ibn Rushd B. Khadija C. Sufi D. Sharia E. Hadith 6. The Quran A. Is the holy book of Islam B. Were the priests who watched over the Ka'ba C. Was Muhammad's journey to Yathrib D. Is the law code of Islam E. Were Islamic scholarly bureaucrats 7. The turning point in the rise of Islam was A. Muhammad's pilgrimage to Istanbul B. The rise of the Umayyad dynasty C. The conquest of Egypt D. The hijra E. Muhammad's conversion to Christianity 8. The Islamic holy law was known as the A. Umma B. Sharia C. Ulama D. Gadis E. Hijra 9. No religious leader could follow Muhammad, so political authority rested in the position of the A. Ulama B. Caliph C. Hajj D. Sultan E. Shia
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10. After the death of Muhammad, political leadership fell to a caliph by the name of A. Abu Bakr B. Ali C. Abu al-Abbas D. Harun al-Rashid E. Khadija 11. The Shia believed that A. The Umayyad dynasty were the only legitimate rulers B. The caliphate should follow the line of Ali C. That Allah was the main, but not necessarily the only, god D. Leadership in the Islamic world could fall to any true believer E. A different and more pure version of the Quran exists 12. The main split inside Islam was between Sunni and A. Ulama B. Gadis C. Shia D. Umayyads E. Sufis 13. The victorious Arabic armies of the Umayyad dynasty A. Forced the conquered peoples to convert to Islam B. Allowed the conquered peoples to practice their own religions C. Opened up positions of authority to non-Muslims D. Restricted the jizya to practicing Muslims E. Forced everyone to convert from Sunni to Shia 14. The Umayyad insisted that conquered people pay a special head tax if they did not convert to Islam. This head tax was called the A. Sakk B. Ulama C. Hajj D. Shia E. Jizya
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15. The Abbasid dynasty differed from the Umayyad dynasty in that A. It was not a conquering dynasty B. It was much less cosmopolitan than its predecessor was C. It conquered a much larger territory than its predecessor did D. It stressed the Shia sect of Islam E. It stressed the Shia sect of Islam and it was much less cosmopolitan than its predecessor was 16. The capital of the Abbasid Empire was A. Damascus B. Istanbul C. Mecca D. Cordoba E. Baghdad 17. The word ulama refers to A. "The house of Islam." B. "Holy war."
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