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What we already know. NoteSheet 10.1. The Rise of Islam (pg. 263). 1. What is the Story of Muhammad?. Orphaned at the age of six , Muhammad was raised by his grandfather and uncle At the age of 25 he married a wealthy businesswoman of about 40 named Khadijah

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notesheet 10 1

NoteSheet 10.1

The Rise of Islam

(pg. 263)

1 what is the story of muhammad
1. What is the Story of Muhammad?
  • Orphaned at the age of six, Muhammad was raised by his grandfather and uncle
  • At the age of 25 he married a wealthy businesswoman of about 40 named Khadijah
  • At the age of 40 Muhammad’s life was changed overnight when the angel Gabriel told him that he was a messenger of Allah (God)
  • By 613 C.E he began preaching in public
  • He was forced to leave Mecca in 622
  • By 630 he and 10,000 followers marched to Mecca and Mecca’s leaders surrendered
2 what are the five pillars of islam
2. What are the Five Pillars of Islam?
  • Faith
    • “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.”
    • Every Muslim must testify to this
  • Prayer
    • Five times a day, Muslims face toward Mecca to pray
    • Usually at a mosque (Islamic house of worship)
  • Alms
    • Muhammad taught that all Muslims have a responsibility to support the less fortunate
    • A special religious tax giving money to the poor
  • Fasting
    • Muslims fast between dawn and sunset during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan
  • Pilgrimage
    • All Muslims who are physically and financiallyable, perform a pilgrimage to Mecca known as the hajj
follow the p p a f f you must
Follow The P.P.A.F.F You Must
  • P
    • Pilgrimage
  • P
    • Prayer
  • A
    • Alms
  • F
    • Fasting
  • F
    • Faith
  • May the P.P.A.F.F be strong with you my Children
3 what are the links of islam to christianity
3. What are the “links” of Islam to Christianity
  • To Muslims, Allah is the same God that is worshiped in Christianity
    • Muslims view Jesus as a prophet, not as the son of God
  • They believe the Qur’an is the word of Allah just as Christians believe the Gospels were revealed to Moses and New Testament writers
  • Both religions believe in
    • Heaven
    • Hell
    • Judgmentday
    • Holy Book
  • Both trace ancestry to Abraham
  • Are all people of the book
words of the day
Words of the Day
  • Islam
    • Submission to the will of Allah
  • Muslim
    • One who has submitted
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