The Muslim World,
  600 — 1250
       Ch 10
Asalaam 'Alaykum


Wa `Alaykum as-Salaam
During this time Islam spread through
Southwest and Central Asia and into
parts of Africa and Europe. Tolerance
of other c...
1. Explain how Muhammad unified the Arab
   people politically and through religion

2. Describe how Muhammad’s successors
...
10.1 The Rise of Islam
Muhammad unified the Arab people both
politically and through Islam.

1. Describe Arabia before the rise of Islam

2. Expla...
Bedouin
Bedouin
Bedouin
Bedouin
desert oasis
desert oasis
desert oasis
desert oasis
Muhammad

  40, revealed word of God through the angel
  Gabriel

  622, Hijrah from Mecca to Yathrib (Medina)

    umma

...
Muhammad

  40, revealed word of God through the angel
  Gabriel

  622, Hijrah from Mecca to Yathrib (Medina)

    umma

...
Muslim         christian
 is to   as       is to
              Christianity
Islam
Muslim         Jew
 is to   as     is to
              Judaism
Islam
American
Muslim             is to
              one born in
 is to   as
                   the
Islam         United States...
Muslim        a Wildcat
                 is to
 is to   as
              a student
Islam            at SI
Muslim   individual



Islam     religion
5 Pillars of Faith
Faith

  Shahada             "There is no god but Allah, and
                       Muhammad is the Messenger
            ...
Prayer




Salah
Alms




Zakat
Fasting




Sawm during Ramadan
Pilgrimage




   Hajj
Pilgrimage




   Hajj
Pilgrimage




   Hajj
Pilgrimage




   Hajj
Pilgrimage




   Hajj
Pilgrimage




   Hajj
Pilgrimage




   Hajj
Qu’ran
sunna
sharia
Without depicting Muhammad or God, students
will illustrate a storyboard of the assigned
section of the text, paying parti...
10.2 Islam Expands
In spite of internal conflicts, the Muslims
created a huge empire that included lands on
three continents.

1. Describe how...
632, Muhammad died

 632, Abu-Bakr, first “Rightly-Guided Caliph”

   Umar, Uthman, and Ali

Reasons for success?

 Treatme...
Uthman murdered, Ali elected caliph then
murdered

Umayyads take control

  Moved capital to Damascus

  Surrounded selves...
Shi’a

Sunni

Sufi
750 — 1258




Abbasid Empire
Fatimid
caliphate, among
others, follow

Trade, including
sakks
10.3 Muslim Culture
Muslims combined and preserved the traditions
of many peoples and also advanced learning in
a variety of areas.

1. Descri...
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  • Peace be upon you

    And upon you be peace
  • Polytheistic
  • Polytheistic
  • Polytheistic
  • Quran or Koran
    sunna
    Sharia
  • Trade, including sakks
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    1. 1. The Muslim World, 600 — 1250 Ch 10
    2. 2. Asalaam 'Alaykum Wa `Alaykum as-Salaam
    3. 3. During this time Islam spread through Southwest and Central Asia and into parts of Africa and Europe. Tolerance of other cultures and a focus on learning helped Muslim leaders create a huge empire.
    4. 4. 1. Explain how Muhammad unified the Arab people politically and through religion 2. Describe how Muhammad’s successors spread Islam and how rivalries split Islam 3. Summarize Abbasid society, Muslim accomplishments in art and science, and Muslim attitudes toward philosophy and religion.
    5. 5. 10.1 The Rise of Islam
    6. 6. Muhammad unified the Arab people both politically and through Islam. 1. Describe Arabia before the rise of Islam 2. Explain how Muhammad began to unify the Arabian Peninsula under Islam 3. Identify Islamic beliefs and practices
    7. 7. Bedouin
    8. 8. Bedouin
    9. 9. Bedouin
    10. 10. Bedouin
    11. 11. desert oasis
    12. 12. desert oasis
    13. 13. desert oasis
    14. 14. desert oasis
    15. 15. Muhammad 40, revealed word of God through the angel Gabriel 622, Hijrah from Mecca to Yathrib (Medina) umma 630, return to Mecca
    16. 16. Muhammad 40, revealed word of God through the angel Gabriel 622, Hijrah from Mecca to Yathrib (Medina) umma 630, return to Mecca
    17. 17. Muslim christian is to as is to Christianity Islam
    18. 18. Muslim Jew is to as is to Judaism Islam
    19. 19. American Muslim is to one born in is to as the Islam United States of America
    20. 20. Muslim a Wildcat is to is to as a student Islam at SI
    21. 21. Muslim individual Islam religion
    22. 22. 5 Pillars of Faith
    23. 23. Faith Shahada "There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah" ‫ﺃﺷﻬﺪ ﺃﻥ ﻻ ﺇﻟﻪ ﺇﻻﱠ ﺍﷲ ﻭ ﺃﺷﻬﺪ ﺃﻥ ﻣﺤﻤﺪﺍ ﺭﺳﻮﻝ ﺍﷲ‬ ʾašhadu ʾan laa ilāha illa (A)llāh, wa ʾašhadu ʾanna Muḥammada(n) rasūlo (A)llāh
    24. 24. Prayer Salah
    25. 25. Alms Zakat
    26. 26. Fasting Sawm during Ramadan
    27. 27. Pilgrimage Hajj
    28. 28. Pilgrimage Hajj
    29. 29. Pilgrimage Hajj
    30. 30. Pilgrimage Hajj
    31. 31. Pilgrimage Hajj
    32. 32. Pilgrimage Hajj
    33. 33. Pilgrimage Hajj
    34. 34. Qu’ran sunna sharia
    35. 35. Without depicting Muhammad or God, students will illustrate a storyboard of the assigned section of the text, paying particular attention to specifics. 1. Deserts, Towns, and Trade Routes 2. and 7. Revelations 3. The Hijrah 4. Returning to Mecca 5. The Five Pillars 6. A Way of Life & Sources of Authority
    36. 36. 10.2 Islam Expands
    37. 37. In spite of internal conflicts, the Muslims created a huge empire that included lands on three continents. 1. Describe how Muhammad’s successors spread Islam 2. List conflicts within the Umayyad state 3. Explain how rivalries split Islam
    38. 38. 632, Muhammad died 632, Abu-Bakr, first “Rightly-Guided Caliph” Umar, Uthman, and Ali Reasons for success? Treatment of conquered?
    39. 39. Uthman murdered, Ali elected caliph then murdered Umayyads take control Moved capital to Damascus Surrounded selves with luxury
    40. 40. Shi’a Sunni Sufi
    41. 41. 750 — 1258 Abbasid Empire
    42. 42. Fatimid caliphate, among others, follow Trade, including sakks
    43. 43. 10.3 Muslim Culture
    44. 44. Muslims combined and preserved the traditions of many peoples and also advanced learning in a variety of areas. 1. Describe society under the Abbasids 2. Identify Muslim accomplishments in art and science 3. Describe Muslim attitudes toward philosophy and religion

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