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A-Z words in Islam!. By: Maryam Tchofa & Jeremy Laplanche. Arabian Peninsula. It is a peninsula in Arabia. That was where Islam was found. Bazaar. An outside market where people also have sales. Crusades. The battles between the Jews, Muslims, and the Christians to get Jerusalem.

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A z words in islam
A-Z words in Islam!

By: Maryam Tchofa & Jeremy Laplanche


Arabian peninsula
Arabian Peninsula

  • It is a peninsula in Arabia. That was where Islam was found.


Bazaar
Bazaar

  • An outside market where people also have sales.


Crusades
Crusades

  • The battles between the Jews, Muslims, and the Christians to get Jerusalem.


Dome of the rock
Dome of the Rock

  • The Dome of the Rock is where the miracle of Muslims called the “Isra and Miraj” ( The Night Journey) was made.


Eid mubarak
Eid Mubarak

  • Is a Muslim festival that Muslims celebrate every year.


Fasting
Fasting

  • Fasting is when you don’t eat from 5a.m. to 6p.m.. When you break your fasting whatever you ask God it will come true.


God allah
God Allah

  • Is the ruler oh the whole world and everything on the earth.


Hajj

  • Is a Muslim pilgrimage Mecca. It is one of the five pillars of Islam.


Islam
Islam

  • A monotheistic religion which was founded by Muhammad the prophet of “Allah”


Jannah
Jannah

  • The word “Jannah” in Islam means Paradise for Muslims.


Ka ba
Ka’ba

  • Is a Sacred House in a cuboid shape which is located in Saudi Arabia, Mecca.


Lod

  • A small town in Palestine. Where it said that Jesus would find ad-Dajjala 'l-Masih and kill him.


Muezzin
Muezzin

  • A man who calls Muslims for prayer. From the top of a Mosque.


Nomad
Nomad

  • A person that moves from place to place. Nomads don’t usually stay in one place for a long time. Muhammad was a nomad for most of his life.


One god
One God

  • Islam is a monotheism. The Muslims believe in one God. They call their God, Allah, which means God in Arabic.


Prayer
Prayer

  • The Second Pillar of Islam. Muslims pray five times a day. They do it at specific times. Muslims always face towards the Ka’ba when praying.


Qur an
Qur’an

  • One of the two foundations of Islam. The holy book of Islam. It was memorized by Muhammad. Then it was written by his followers after he died.


Ramadan
Ramadan

  • Ramadan is the ninth month on the Muslim calendar. It is the month when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. Fasting is the Fourth Pillar of Islam. This religious month has a lot of prayer and reciting the Qur’an. There is a big feast at the end of the month.


Sunna
Sunna

  • One of the two foundations of Islam. The Sunna is the teachings of Muhammad. It is also the example he set for the Muslims.


Tripoli
Tripoli

  • Tripoli is a city in modern day Libya. It used to be a Greek colony, then it became Roman. It then became a Muslim territory between 642 and 643.


Umar

  • Umar was an early caliph. In 634 he began expanding Islam. Caliph Umar died in 644.


Vegetables
Vegetables

  • Vegetables are a big part of Muslim cuisine. Many vegetables in there cuisine originated from India, such as the eggplant (which was hated at first) and spinach. Chickpeas are very common, it is used to make hummus and falafel.


Worship
Worship

  • Muslims worship in a mosque. On Fridays they have a special prayer at mid-day. They always pray toward the Ka’bah.


Xylography
Xylography

  • Also known as woodcut. It is a printing block. It is used to make and form perfect Arabic symbols.


Yathrib
Yathrib

  • Modern day Medina. Muhammad went there and converted them to Islam. Muhammad renamed the city Medina, meaning “City of the Prophet”.


Zakat
Zakat

  • The Third Pillar of Islam. This is a form of charity. It is when the wealthy give to the poor and the needy. The English translation means “ that which purifies” or “purification”.


Citation
Citation

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  • Jalan Yang Bijak Untuk Mencapai Realiti. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2014.

  • Awan, Muhammad Usman. "Top 6 Ramadan Wallpapers." Step Forward Pakistan Roman

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  • Sacred Places: Dome of the Rock, Israel." Sacred Places: Dome of the Rock, Israel. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2014.

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