Spread of Islam Brochure

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What are the five pillars of Islam?
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Read Section Ch. 9. 2 Cornell Notes
Daily Quiz Ch.9.2
Notes x3
Trace, label, color Map on page 209
Extension: Brochure
Cornell Reading Notes
Key Questions
Reading Notes
Sub Section Question:
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9.2 Islamic Civilization
Sub section- Government & Economy
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-Society and Art
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-Advances in Science & Mathematics
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-The Spread of Muslim Culture
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-The Turks
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__________ was chosen as Muhammad’s
successor- or __________.
Islamic leaders continued with policies to
expand the empire- this added
__________, ________ and
___________ under their control.
They were tolerant to other religionsthey allowed __________ and _______ to
pay a tax or convert to Islam.
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By the 700s the Muslims controlled the
whole Arabian peninsula, North Africa,
part of India and bordered China.
The Berber general ___________ led an
expedition into ______.
The Moors in Spain continued the spread
of Islam by attacking the Franks in the
________ ________ but they were
defeated.
Expansion under Muhammad* (Dark Brown)
Expansion under Rashidun Caliphs (Light Brown)
Expansion under Ummayad Caliphs (Yellow)
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Fighting occurred internally between who
Muhammad’s successors should be.
Uthman was killed and his cousin
______________ stated that the new caliph
________ protected Uthman’s assassins.
Ali was later killed and Mu’awia took control,
The __________ believed that the
consensus of the Islamic community
establishes religious and civil authority.
The ________ believe that only Ali’s
descendents should interpret the Quran. His
descendents are known as ________.
Shi’a
Sunni
• Use of the Hadith: tradition of oral
stories or commentaries on the
Quran.
• Hijab: clothing black robes, women
all body
• Nikah: marriage contract.
• Salat: prayer rugs.
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Limited Hadith
Right of Imams Caliphates
Imams
Hijab: black & yellow. Women cover
face.
• Mutah: marriage fixed term
• Twelver: regional imams
• Salat: prayer on naturally occuring
material (clay/soil)
Islam focused on conversion as a means to increase their
land holdings, power and influence regionally. Using
information you have learned from this section, please
create a brochure that could be handed out to newly
conquered people living under Arab control. You must
explain the basic principles of Islam and you must explain
what your choices are when it comes to converting to
Islam or maintaining your religion. You must include three
colored images within your brochure to receive full
credit.
Requirements:
Brochure must be computerized, one page, colored,
and at least three pictures
Brochure must address at least 4 out of
the 8 following topics:
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The Five Pillars
Muhammad
Qur’an
Family
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Education
Trade routes
Conversion options
Sunni and Shi’a sects
Target 9.2-Islamic Civilizations SWBAT: Explain the succession of
the Caliph and the extent of the Islamic Empire
Objective 1: Describe the Difference between the Sunni
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Shi’ah.
Objective 2: Describe the power structure of the Sunni
Muslims and the Shi’ah Muslims
Objective 3: Explain the extent of the Islamic empire and
how it was governed
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