WHAP Chapter 6 Vocabulary

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Muhammad's wife.
A frankish leader who stopped the expanding of Umayyad into Europe.
The third caliph who was assassinated.
Cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad; the fourth 'rightly guided Caliph'.
Non-muslims captured in slave-raids in east Africa.
Political and religious successor of Muhammad.
Two branches of Islam.
One of the five pillars of Islam; donate to charities.
Muslim converts
The battle in which Husayn was killed.
Sphere circle of women in a polygamous household.
A town north of Mecca; so called Yathrib.
Groups of kin-related Bedouin herders.
Members of a Christian sect who were taxed heavily by the Byzantines and rallied to the Arabs.
Ali's second son; killed in the battle of Karbola.
The Bedouin tribe which included the Umayyads.
Party which traced back to Muhammad's uncle, Al-Abbas; an Islamic dynasty.
Reports if statements or actions of Muhammad.
Areas in deserts with under ground water supplies; later developed into large trading centers.
The house of god.
Political center of Umayyads after assasination of Uthman.
Holy wars launched to forcibly spread Islam.
The clan which founded the city of Mecca.
Leader of a clan.
The prophet and creator of Islam.
The defeat of rival prophets and some of the larger clans.
Grandson of former Umayyad caliph who fled to spain and founded a caliphate.
Community of faithful, which transcended the old tribal boundaries.
Tax on non-Muslims
Nomadic culture developed over the centuries, based on camel and goat herding.
Sailing vessels with lateen sails.
One of the five pillars of Islam; pilgrimage to Mecca.
Chief administrator and head of the caliph's inner council.
The victory of Abbasids over Umayyads; resulted in conquest of Syria and capture of Umayyad capital.
'People of the Book'.

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