Search: Quiz 26 (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 second sura, "The Cow," takes its name from A cow from which the Children of Israel used a part to strike and bring back to life a person who had died during a disagreement to show the power of Allah. The seven fat and seven lean cows Joseph saw in his dream about the drought and famine that would strike Egypt. A cow Allah commanded the followers of Moses to sacrifice. The image of a cow which Aaron made as an idol while Moses was on Mt. Sinai.The followers of Muhammad are to face Mecca during prayer and make pilgrimages to Mecca In commemoration of the revelation of the Qur'an, which Muhammad began to receive when he lived in Mecca. Because Mecca had long been a site of religious rituals for the indigenous tribes, which Muhammad assimilated into Islam. To establish Islam as the successor to the religions of the Jews and Christians for whom Jerusalem served the same function. Because Abraham established the first place of worship at Mecca.During the Battle of Badr, Muhammad Led the charge on horseback surrounded by men whom Abu Sufyan, one of the Quraysh, claimed were angels. Directed the fighting with flags while mounted on a camel on a hill overlooking the field of battle. Occupied a hut made of palm branches near his camels guarded by some of the Ansar for his protection in case the enemy came back and attacked him. Began his journey back to Medina having received assurance from Gabriel that Allah would be with the believers.With regard to the gains of battle, according to sura 8, "Battle Gains," how much belongs to Allah "and the Messenger, to close relatives and orphans, to the needy and travellers"? One half One third One fourth One fifthThe followers of Muhammad conducted a ghazu, "raid," against the caravan of Abū Sufyān, which was on its way back to Mecca from Syria, because Abu Sufyan was one of the leaders of the Quraysh who had demanded of Muhammad's uncle that he either 'stop him or you must let us get at him.' Raiding caravans was one aspect of the tribal, nomadic life, which happened occasionally and typically avoided the shedding of blood. The caravan contained the property of the Quraysh from Mecca, who had driven the followers of Muhammad 'unjustly from their homes.' What appeared to be a caravan led by Abu Sufyan was, in fact, a military expedition of the Quraysh from against Muhammad and his followers in Medina.