TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I

Part II

Introduction to Islam
Expansion of Islam
Introduction to Islam
TERMS LIST (A)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Bazaar
Bedouins
Allah
Muhammad
Mecca
Kaaba
Black Stone
Medina
Hijrah

10.Islam
...
CITIES:
Constantinople
Jerusalem
Mecca
Medina
REGIONS:
Anatolia
Arabian Peninsula
Cyprus
Egypt
Iran
Mesopotamia
WATERS:
Me...
Islam
The term Islam means “to submit”

Religion
Follower

Islam
Muslim

“To Submit”
“One Who Submits”
Indian Ocean Trade
Bazaar
Hejaz
• Region of
Islam’s
holy places
• Trade
Routes
Bedouin
• The term “Bedu” means inhabitant of the
desert
• It refers to an Arab nomadic pastoralist.
• Tribal Loyalty / Ki...
Muhammad
• b. 570 A.D. in Mecca
– Trading and religious
center
– Kaaba

• Led trade caravans
through the Hejaz
• Exposed t...
Islam
• Allah (God)
• Muslim
– One who submits

• Hijrah
– 622 A.D.
– Flight: Mecca  Medina

• Qur’an *Recitations+
– Dic...
?

?
Five Pillars of Islam
1st Pillar: Profession of Faith (Shahada)
• TWOFOLD:
– God (Allah) is One
– Muhammad is the final prophet

For Muslims, th...
2nd Pillar: Praying (Salat)
• Salat is the ritual
of prayer
• Muslims pray five
times a day
(dawn, noon, after
noon, sunse...
Salat
The Umayyad Mosque
Great Mosque of X’ian
Masjid Nabawi (The Prophet’s Mosque)
3rd Pillar: Zakat (Charity)
• Piety and charity are important aspects of
Islam. All Muslims are required to be
charitable ...
4th Pillar: Ramadan (Fasting)
• Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic
Lunar Calendar.
• During this month, Muslims wil...
5th Pillar: The Hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca)
• Muslims are required to travel to Mecca at least once
during their life time....
The Black Stone
Close-up
The Expansion of Islam
and the limits thereof

SC Standard GS-2
Indicator(s): 2.1, 2.2
TERMS LIST (B)
1. Jihad
2. “People of the
Book”
3. Moors
4. Extent of Islamic
Conquests
5. Franks
6. Clovis
7. Merovingian...
Jihad and Conquest
• Jihad
– “Strive in the way of Allah”
– Could describe spiritual or military
struggle

• Conquest and ...
Tours
(732)

Sieges of
Constantinople

(674678, 717718)

Source: http://www.wallmaps.com/Classroom/HISTO
RY/World/Universa...
The Franks

Clovis (466-511)
First King of the Franks
Battlefield Conversion
to Christianity
Charles “The Hammer” Martel
• Mayor of the Palace
• 732 - Battle of Tours
– Muslim expansion halted

Steuben, Bataille de ...
Steuben, Bataille de Poitiers [Tours], 1837
Byzantine-Arab Wars
“All roads lead to Rûm”
-- Arab Saying

WALLS

NAVY
Theodosian Wall (Constantinople)

More: http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Medieval/war/WallsOfConstantinople.html
“Greek Fire”
Credit:
http://espliego.files.wordpress.co
m/2008/03/islam-map1ref1.jpg
Islamic Golden Age
(c. 700-1200 A.D.)
• Literature:
– Arabian Nights (10th c.)

• Medicine:
– Postmortem Autopsies on
Huma...
For more videos and
instructional materials, visit
@TomRichey
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An introduction to Islam for World History students, with emphasis on the beginnings, basic teachings, conquests, and the Islamic Golden Age

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  1. 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I Part II Introduction to Islam Expansion of Islam
  2. 2. Introduction to Islam
  3. 3. TERMS LIST (A) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Bazaar Bedouins Allah Muhammad Mecca Kaaba Black Stone Medina Hijrah 10.Islam 11.Muslims 12.Qur’an 13.Mosques 14.Five Pillars a) b) c) d) e) Profession of Faith Prayer Mosque Tax Ramadan Hajj
  4. 4. CITIES: Constantinople Jerusalem Mecca Medina REGIONS: Anatolia Arabian Peninsula Cyprus Egypt Iran Mesopotamia WATERS: Mediterranean Sea Persian Gulf Red Sea Euphrates River Nile River Tigris River
  5. 5. Islam The term Islam means “to submit” Religion Follower Islam Muslim “To Submit” “One Who Submits”
  6. 6. Indian Ocean Trade
  7. 7. Bazaar
  8. 8. Hejaz • Region of Islam’s holy places • Trade Routes
  9. 9. Bedouin • The term “Bedu” means inhabitant of the desert • It refers to an Arab nomadic pastoralist. • Tribal Loyalty / Kin Relationships: – "I and my brothers against my cousins, I and my brothers and my cousins against the world.“ – Bedouin Proverb
  10. 10. Muhammad • b. 570 A.D. in Mecca – Trading and religious center – Kaaba • Led trade caravans through the Hejaz • Exposed to diverse people and ideas
  11. 11. Islam • Allah (God) • Muslim – One who submits • Hijrah – 622 A.D. – Flight: Mecca  Medina • Qur’an *Recitations+ – Dictated to Muhammad by Gabriel
  12. 12. ? ?
  13. 13. Five Pillars of Islam
  14. 14. 1st Pillar: Profession of Faith (Shahada) • TWOFOLD: – God (Allah) is One – Muhammad is the final prophet For Muslims, the Qur’an is the ultimate proof of this declaration.
  15. 15. 2nd Pillar: Praying (Salat) • Salat is the ritual of prayer • Muslims pray five times a day (dawn, noon, after noon, sunset, even ing) in the direction of Mecca.
  16. 16. Salat
  17. 17. The Umayyad Mosque
  18. 18. Great Mosque of X’ian
  19. 19. Masjid Nabawi (The Prophet’s Mosque)
  20. 20. 3rd Pillar: Zakat (Charity) • Piety and charity are important aspects of Islam. All Muslims are required to be charitable to those who are less fortunate then themselves.
  21. 21. 4th Pillar: Ramadan (Fasting) • Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Lunar Calendar. • During this month, Muslims will refrain from all food, drink, tobacco, etc., during daylight hours • Pregnant women, the elderly, and young children do not have to fast. Ramadan Dates Easter Dates Interesting Article: http://www.islamfortoday.com/ramadan09.htm
  22. 22. 5th Pillar: The Hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca) • Muslims are required to travel to Mecca at least once during their life time. The Pilgrimage is done during the 12th Lunar Month (Dhul Hijjah). • At Mecca, they will perform a variety of rituals involving the Kaaba and the Black Stone. • The Pilgrimage was performed by Muhammad at the end of his life.
  23. 23. The Black Stone Close-up
  24. 24. The Expansion of Islam and the limits thereof SC Standard GS-2 Indicator(s): 2.1, 2.2
  25. 25. TERMS LIST (B) 1. Jihad 2. “People of the Book” 3. Moors 4. Extent of Islamic Conquests 5. Franks 6. Clovis 7. Merovingian Dynasty 8. Charles Martel 9. Battle of Tours 10. Siege of Constantinople 11.Theodosian Walls 12.Greek Fire 13.Islamic Golden Age
  26. 26. Jihad and Conquest • Jihad – “Strive in the way of Allah” – Could describe spiritual or military struggle • Conquest and Conversion – “People of the Book” not forced to convert – Conquests stretched from Spain in the West to Persia in the East – Moors – Muslim conquerors of Spain
  27. 27. Tours (732) Sieges of Constantinople (674678, 717718) Source: http://www.wallmaps.com/Classroom/HISTO RY/World/Universal/Worldhistory-universal.htm
  28. 28. The Franks Clovis (466-511) First King of the Franks Battlefield Conversion to Christianity
  29. 29. Charles “The Hammer” Martel • Mayor of the Palace • 732 - Battle of Tours – Muslim expansion halted Steuben, Bataille de Poitiers, 1837
  30. 30. Steuben, Bataille de Poitiers [Tours], 1837
  31. 31. Byzantine-Arab Wars “All roads lead to Rûm” -- Arab Saying WALLS NAVY
  32. 32. Theodosian Wall (Constantinople) More: http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Medieval/war/WallsOfConstantinople.html
  33. 33. “Greek Fire”
  34. 34. Credit: http://espliego.files.wordpress.co m/2008/03/islam-map1ref1.jpg
  35. 35. Islamic Golden Age (c. 700-1200 A.D.) • Literature: – Arabian Nights (10th c.) • Medicine: – Postmortem Autopsies on Humans • Forbidden by Romans – Experimental Surgery – Germ Theory • Disproved Humorism • Chemistry – Distilled Liquors – Perfume An Arabic manuscript describing the eye, dating back to the 12th century
  36. 36. For more videos and instructional materials, visit
  37. 37. @TomRichey
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