11.For Muslims, the Dome of the Rock is not a mosque, but a place of rare distinction, where one may think upon the one God of ___________, a place of silent prayer.
12.Following a grueling struggle against a faction led by Muhammad's son-in-law Ali, later to become the Shiites, the Umayyads of Mecca carried the day. This meant victory for Sunni Islam, that's to say, those who followed the ______________, or tradition of the prophet and the four righteous caliphs.
13.But it would be quite wrong to suggest that only Islam conducted holy wars. Judaism, too, went to war in the name of God. So didthe Christians in the Crusades, but also in the missionary component of centuries of colonial conquest, which affected almost all of the Muslim world, and is traumatic for Muslims to this day. In every religion, we encounter the problem of __________.