Islam Chapter Quiz
Why was Arabia a "crossroads" location in the 600s?
It is where Islam, Christianity, and Judaism started.
People from many different cultures live there.
Trade routes linking Africa, Asia, and Europe run through it.
It is home to the mahi mahi people.
What was the most important difference between the Sunni and the Shia?
The Sunni did not want to spread Islam to other parts of the world.
The Sunni believed that Sha Jahan was dangerous.
The Shia thought that caliphs had to be related to Muhammad.
The Shia believed that the Muslims should not practice religious tolerance.
Which of the following events happened first?
Muhammad received messages from God through an angel.
Muhammad meditated in a cave outside Mecca.
Muhammad taught that there was only one God.
Muhammad told people about the messages.
Which of the following empires ended the 1000 year old Byzantine empire?
During Suleyman I's rule, the Ottoman Empire
defeated the Constantine Empire.
turned the Vatican church into a mosque.
expanded into Anatolia and conquered Syria and Egypt.
took control of the Eastern Mediterranean and parts of Europe.
What was the most important factor in the spread of Islam from the 600s to the 1600s?
producing Islamic paintings of Caliphs
trading with non-Muslims
translating Arabic texts into Latin
What did Abu Bakr do for Islam?
he made pilgrimage a pillar
he set up Islamic law
he forced people to convert to Islam
He helped Islam survive after Muhammad's death
What did the early followers of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity all have in common?
They all believed that Muhammad was a prophet.
They all believed that Jesus was the son of God.
They all believed that there were many gods and goddesses.
They all believed that there was only one God.
The holy book of Islam is called the
the Muslim practice of converting others to Islam.
the Muslim practice of allowing only Christians to practice their religion.
the Muslim practice of allowing other people to practice their own religious beliefs.
a practice introduced to the Muslims by the Berbers.
There are 10 questions to complete.