HIWD 341 Quiz 6

  1. The five Tariqas discussed at length in Hillenbrand are:
  2. The first Zionist immigrants to the Levant arrived in what year?
  3. The Examples of Mary and Fatima in the Qur’an indicate that the role of women in Islam is:
  4. What war resulted in the Israeli capturing all of Jerusalem, the West Bank, the Sinai Peninsula, the Gaza Strip and the Golan Heights?
  5. What two slogans expressed the Jewish settlers’ quest to make the Holy Land profitable, fertile and workable for all immigrants?
  6. What female Muslim celebrity is known as the “Star of the East”
  7. The two greatest Sufi influences on Al-Ghazali’s scholarship were:
  8. Who did the UN General Assembly recognize as the “sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people” in 1974?
  9. The British responded to the Great Revolt in 1936 by:
  10. All of the following are ways that Arabs resisted Zionist settlement policies EXCEPT:
  11. All of the following were early Sufi Muslims EXCEPT:
  12. Each wave of Jewish immigration was known as:
  13. What is a “Tariqa”?
  14. From where did the first wave of Jewish immigrants to the Holy Land originate?
  15. According to Hillenbrand, Islamic teachings would indicate that suicide bombers are not martyrs bound for paradise because:
  16. Which woman is mentioned more in the Qur’an than in the Bible?
  17. What is the difference between a “sober” and “intoxicated” Sufi?
  18. A 2008 global Gallup poll found what percentage of Muslims were in favor of militant extremism?
  19. The Rosary in Islam is used to:
  20. According to Hillenbrand, Sufism can be best described as “a pathway to God or Allah”. While not implying that no other ways may exist, it does emphasize that Sufism is a better way. What made the Sufi Brotherhoods historically one of the main mechanisms for the proselytizing of Islam (all forms) abroad
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