Muslims believe in one God, Allah, who has many characteristics. Muhammad was the final prophet of Islam, to whom God revealed the Qur’an. There are two main branches of Islam, called Sunni and Shi’a.
What is al-Qadr?
The belief that angels rule the world
The belief in predestination
The belief in the oneness of Allah
According to Islam, what is Hell?
The place where a Muslim will go if they have not followed the teachings of Allah
The place where a Muslim will go if they have followed the teachings of Allah and lived a good life
The place where souls wait before the Day of Judgement
According to Islam, what is Paradise?
The place where a Muslim will go if they have committed shirk
What is Malaikah?
The belief in prophets
The belief in angels
Which angel do Muslims believe spoke to the Prophet Muhammad?
Which angel do Muslims believe is the angel of death?
Who follows the five roots?
Sunni and Shi’a Muslims
What is Barzakh?
The place where souls wait to be judged on the Day of Judgement
When Muslims go on to their next life after their previous life
The place a Muslim will go if they have been good in their life
What is Akhirah?
The term used for the afterlife
The belief in prophethood
Why is predestination important to Muslims?
It helps Muslims to behave immorally as they know their life has been mapped out
It helps Muslims to live a good, responsible life based on use of their free will
It shows Muslims they have no free will as Allah already knows the course of their life