Search: Quiz 23 (Spring 2018) Leave a reply For the following questions more than one of the choices may be correct. In those cases, one answer is ultimately better than the others. You will receive credit for selecting any of the correct answers but to receive a perfect score of fifteen, you will have to select the answers that most fully or accurately capture the significance of the question. Name Khadijah Was his cousin. Was a successful merchant who commissioned Muhammad to take merchandise to Syria. Never accepted Muhammad as the messenger of Allah. Was the only wife of Muhammad until her death and bore him four girls. Muhammad received the first of his revelations Directly from Allah, who introduced him to Gabriel. Through dreams he periodically received both during the day and at night. In a cave near Mecca. From the angel Gabriel when he was in Hira. The ritual of prayer Calls for prayers at three times during the day: at dawn, noon, and sundown. Was already a part of Muhammad's routine for a month every year before he began receiving revelations. Includes two or four prostrations depending on whether one is at home or traveling. First calls for ablutions as demonstrated by Gabriel, who dug a hole from which a fountain of water gushed. The first person who accepted Islam was Ali, who was the ten-year-old son of Abu Talib and used to accompany Muhammad when he went to pray. Zayd the freedman of Muhammad, who was with him when Mohammad first encountered Gabriel. Khadijah. Abu Talib, who had been Muhammad's guardian. During his Night Journey, Muhammad goes to The top of a mountain where he meets Abraham and Moses. To Jerusalem where he was offered wine and milk to drink, from which he chose the milk. To Syria on Buraq, a winged animal resembling the combination of a mule and donkey, where he spent time with a caravan of merchants. To heaven where he saw Jesus, John, Joseph, Idris, Moses, and Abraham.