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JEOPARDY. The Birth of Islam. Categories. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Geography. Islamic Faith. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. People. 200. 300. 500. The Turks. 100. 400. 300. 200. 400. 500. 100. India. 300. 400. 200. 500. 100. Vocabulary.

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jeopardy

JEOPARDY

The Birth of Islam

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Categories

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Geography

Islamic Faith

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People

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The Turks

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India

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Vocabulary

these are the three important cities in the life of the prophet located on the arabian peninsula
These are the three important cities, in the life of the prophet, located on the Arabian peninsula.

What are Jiddah, Mecca, and Medina? ( Jerusalem is a holy city, but not on the peninsula)

this is the city and building where muhammad ascended into heaven
This is the city and building where Muhammad ascended into heaven.

What is the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem?

this is as far into western europe as the islamic faith reached before being stopped by the franks
This is as far into Western Europe as the Islamic faith reached before being stopped by the Franks.

What is the town, Tours in France?

this is the holy book of islam
This is the Holy book of Islam.

What is the Koran or Qur’an?

this is the shrine in mecca where every muslim must try to visit once in their lifetime
This is the shrine in Mecca where every Muslim must try to visit once in their lifetime.

What is the Ka’ba?

these are the five important obligations every good muslim must meet according to the qur an

What are recite the words of witness ( there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet, give alms to the poor, worship five time to Mecca, Fast during Ramadan, and make a pilgrimage to Mecca if possible.?

These are the five important obligations every good Muslim must meet according to the Qur’an.
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These are the two main divisions in the Islamic faith, similar to Christianity’s division of Protestant and Catholic.

What are the Sunnis ( Saudi Arabia) and the Shiites ( Iran) ?

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This is the division in the Islamic faith whose practitioners experience religious fervor and gyrate and dance in religious ecstasy ( Whirling Dervishes) .

Who are the Sufi Mystics, or Sufism?

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He was the Mogul ruler who built the Taj Mahal in Agra and the Hall of Private Audience in the Red Fort at Delhi.

Who was Shah Jahan?

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He was the founder of Sikhism a blending of Muslim and Hindu teachings and was the first guru or teacher.

Who was Nanak?

he wrote the canon of medicine a medical textbook similar to a modern encyclopedia
He wrote the “Canon of Medicine”, a medical textbook similar to a modern encyclopedia.

Who was Avicenna?

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He was the Arab thinker who set standards for the scientific study of History and drew the connection between economics and important events.

Who was Ibn Khaldun?

he was the ottoman sultan who was nicknamed the magnificent and ruled during the ottoman golden age
He was the Ottoman Sultan who was nicknamed the Magnificent and ruled during the Ottoman Golden Age.

Who was Suleiman the Magnificent?

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These slave soldiers were the trained body guards of the Turkish rulers, who later like the Roman Praetorian guard, played an important role in selecting potential rulers.

Who were the Janizaries?

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These were the groups of religious minorities within the Ottoman Empire who had a degree of autonomy or self-government.

What were the millets?

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This became the first Muslim capital in India, established by the Sultanate of Ghur in the late 1100s.

What was Delhi?

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She was the wife of Jahangir, the weak son of Akbar, who effectively ran the government of India and built tombs that became the model for the Taj Mahal.

Who was Nur Jahan?

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This Mongol conqueror was supposed to have descended from Genghis Khan and piled the skulls of 100,000 victims outside the walls of Delhi.

Who was Tamerlane or Tamer the Lame?

he was considered the greatest of the mogul rulers and reigned from 1556 1605
He was considered the greatest of the Mogul rulers and reigned from 1556-1605.

Who was Akbar?

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He was a descendant of Tamerlane and brought the Delhi sultans under his control in 1526 establishing the Mogul Empire.

Who was Babur the Tiger?

this term refers to the local hindu rulers left in place by the conquering muslims
This term refers to the local Hindu rulers left in place by the conquering Muslims.

What are rajahs?

this math developed in india and brought to the west by muslims means the reunion of broken parts
This math developed in India and brought to the west by Muslims means “the reunion of broken parts”.

What is Algebra?

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This is a word referring to the time that Muhammad was in Medina seeking refuge from the people that wanted to kill him in Mecca.

What is the hijra?