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Q1. What were the features of the lives of the Bedouins in the early 7th century?Q2. What is meant by the term Abbasid revolution?Q3. What were the effects of the crusades in Europe and Asia?Q4. When was prophet Muhammad forced to migrate Mecca?Q5. Who were Kharjis?Q6. Who was third Khaliph? Why was he assacinated?Q7. Name the four schools of Islamic law.Q8. What were the twin objectives of Caliphate ?Q9. What do you about the battle of Karbala?Q10. Name any four important literary works of Islamic world.​

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Q. 1)The Bedouins were nomadic Arab tribes. i. They moved from dry to green areas (oases) of the desert in search of food (mainly dates) and fodder for their camels.

Q. 2)The Abbasid Revolution, also called the Movement of the Men of the B hlack Raiment, was the overthrow of the Umayyad Caliphate (661–750 CE), the second of the four major Caliphates in early Islamic history, by the third, the Abbasid Caliphate (750–1258 CE).

Q. 3)The effects:i. The Crusades left a lasting impact on two aspects of Christian-Muslim relations. One was the harsher attitude of the Muslim

Q. 4)the Prophet Muhammad's migration (622 ce) from Mecca to Yathrib (Medina) upon invitation in order to escape persecution.

Q.5)Kharjis were the breakway group of Ali's followers. They were the sources of trouble for Arab state for half a century.

Q. 6)Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Uthman Ibn Affan, the third Rashidun caliph, was assassinated at the end of a siege upon his house. Initially a protest, the siege escalated following an apparently wrongly attributed threat as well as the death of a protester.

Q. 7)Sunni Islam is separated into four main schools of jurisprudence, namely, Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i, Hanbali. These schools are named after Abu Hanifa, Malik ibn Anas, al-Shafi'i, and Ahmad ibn Hanbal, respectively.

Q. 8)The twin objectives of the caliphate were to retain control over the tribes constituting the umma and to raise resources for the state. Following Muhammad's death, many tribes broke away from the Islamic state. Some even raised their own prophets to establish communities modelled on the umma.

Q. 9)Battle of Karbala, (October 10, 680 [10th of Muḥarram, ah 61]), brief military engagement in which a small party led by al-Ḥusayn ibn ʿAlī, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad and son of ʿAlī, the fourth caliph, was defeated and massacred by an army sent by the Umayyad caliph Yazīd I.

Q. 10)Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, considered the greatest epic of Italian literature, derived many features of and episodes about the hereafter directly or indirectly from Arabic works on Islamic eschatology: the Hadith and the Kitab al-Miraj (translated into Latin in 1264 or shortly before[19] as Liber Scale Machometi

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