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Buddah
Founder of Bhuddism
Rambam
Was forced to convert to Islam. Left.
Submission
Accepting Allah as the only G-d and accepting Islam
Hejira
The flight of Mubammad from Mecca to Medina in 622
Hahal
A set of Islamic dietary laws which regulate the preparation of food
Shahadah
the first pillar of Islam, the statement "There is no god but God, and Muhammad is his prophet."
Hajj
Hajj is one of the five pillars or central duties of Islam. It is a set of acts of worship to be performed in and around Makkah at least once in a lifetime by every Muslim satisfying certain conditions. There are three types of Hajj.
Muslim
A Muslim is a believer in or follower of Islam. The word Muslim means one who submits and implies complete submission to the will of God (Allah). Muslims believe that nature is itself Islamic, since it follows natural laws placed by God. Thus, a Muslim strives to surrender to God's commands every step of the way.
Bahai
of or relating to Bahaism or a teacher of or believer in Bahaism
korahites
That portion of the Kohathites that descended from Korah.
Crusades dates
First: 1096-1099
Second:1146-1147
End: 1189-1192
koran
the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina
Pact of Umar
agreement which formed the dhimma, or protection, for non-Muslims under the early Ummah
Dimmis
a person living in a Muslim state who is a member of an officially tolerated non-Islamic religion. The term literally means person of the dhimma, the security treaty signed with the Muslim state. In both legal theory and practice, dhimmis have fewer legal rights and obligations than Muslims.
5 pillars
Belief, Prayer, Charity, Fast of Ramadan, Pilgrimage to Mecca
Name five places Benjamin of Tudela went to.
Greace, Rome, Pisa, Akko, and Tyre
Name five of Bengamin of Tudela's aspects.
1. Jewish Leaders
2. Good Scholars
3. Amount of Jews
Geneza
A storage which holds warn out jewish papers with God's name on it.
How many pages are in the Geneza?
Aboue 20,000
Karaites
Rejected the Talmud
Saadia Gaon
Lived 882-924. Head of Sura Academy
Crusades dates
First: 1096-1099
Second:1146-1147
End: 1189-1192
koran
the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina
Pact of Umar
agreement which formed the dhimma, or protection, for non-Muslims under the early Ummah
Dimmis
a person living in a Muslim state who is a member of an officially tolerated non-Islamic religion. The term literally means person of the dhimma, the security treaty signed with the Muslim state. In both legal theory and practice, dhimmis have fewer legal rights and obligations than Muslims.
5 pillars
Belief, Prayer, Charity, Fast of Ramadan, Pilgrimage to Mecca
Name five places Benjamin of Tudela went to.
Greace, Rome, Pisa, Akko, and Tyre
Name five of Bengamin of Tudela's aspects.
1. Jewish Leaders
2. Good Scholars
3. Amount of Jews
Geneza
A storage which holds warn out jewish papers with God's name on it.
How many pages are in the Geneza?
Aboue 20,000
Karaites
Rejected the Talmud
Saadia Gaon
Lived 882-924. Head of Sura Academy