1. Which city was the center of Arabian religion?2. Which monotheistic religions may have influenced Muhammad?3. What is the name of

1. Which city was the center of Arabian religion? 2. Which monotheistic religions may have influenced Muhammad?
3. What is the name of the cave where Muhammad went to pray?
4 Whom did Muhammad see in a vision.
5 What did the angel tell him to do?
6 What do Muslims call the night when Muhammad had this experience?
7. How do Muslims commemorate it today?
8. Describe where and how the Circling takes place
9. Describe where and how the Running takes place.
10. What story lies behind the ritual jogging between Mounts As-Safa and Al- Marwa?
11. Explain the significance of the Zamzam Well.

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  2. Explanation:

    1. Mecca

    2.Muhammad was the final prophet of God according to Islamic thought. Abraham. Judaism, Christianity and Islam are the 'Abrahamic religions'.

    3.Cave's name was Hira, located on the mountain Jabal an-Nour, near Mecca.

    4. Muhammad was visited by the angel Jibrīl, known as Gabriel in English, who revealed to him the beginnings of what would later become the Qur'an.

    5. the angel told Muhammad to begin proclaiming God's message.

    6. Lailat al Qadr, the Night of Power, marks the night in which the Qur'an was first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad by Allah.

    7. The day begins with morning prayers, followed by visits to family and friends and the exchange of food and gifts.

    8. Every Muslim who makes the pilgrimage is required to walk around the Kaaba, of the Kaaba takes place; religious officials as well as pilgrims take part.

    9. The Hajj is an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, the holiest city for Muslims. At the same time as the sacrifices occur at Mecca.

    10. Muslims travel back and forth between them seven times in what is known as Sa'ee. Muslims walk between the two mountains (called Sa'ee), which they believe was made a ritual as a tribute to Hajar's search for water in the area when she ran out of provisions after Ibrahim left her in the valley upon Allah's command. The space between the two mountains in which the pilgrims walk is called al-Mas'aa.

    11. The miracle of Zamzam is its continuous flow since 2000 BC. The appearance of the Zamzam well led to the foundation of the settlement of the Makah valley. Zamzam water quenches the thirst and shows potential to cure numerous diseases.

    hope i helped

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