Search: Quiz 24 (Spring 2018) 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 The Helpers were Members of Muhammad's tribe who went with him on his trips to Syria. Followers of Muhammad who lived in Medina. The first three followers: Ali, Zayd, and Abu Bakr. Childhood friends who provided protection during his youth. In sura 19 "Mary" we learn that Jesus is not the son of Allah but 'a sign to all people, a blessing' from Allah. Mary was a prophet. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Ishmael, and Idris were all prophets. There will be a physical resurrection and a final judgment when the righteous will go to paradise and sinners, to hell. Muslims may fight, i.e., go to war only if They suffer mistreatment and have to defend themselves. Their sole offense against others is their worship of Allah. Allah orders them into battle as a test of their faith. They lack sufficient means to maintain the stability of their community. The Muslims left Mecca and moved to Medina because They were no longer safe, having lost the protection of Muhammad's uncle, Abu Talib. Their economic status in Mecca had declined, so they sought better opportunities in Medina. Allah warned Muhammad of an imminent disaster that would strike Mecca. The Quraysh felt threatened by Muhammad's alliance with another tribe and plotted to kill the Prophet. The agreement between the Muslims, those of the Quraysh and Yathrib who supported the Muslims, and Jewish tribes in Medina, Guaranteed the right of the Jews to worship according to the conventions of their religion and to their property. Did not require the Jews to fight in support of the Muslims but did require them to provide material aid and not fight in suport of the Muslim's enemies. Specified that believers must not aid non-believers against other believers. Called for all parties to submit disputes to a group of twelve leaders, four from each group, for adjudication.