Where did most Muslims in the Arab Empire live?
A. in cities
B. near makkah
C. in apartment buildings
D. in villages
2. Muslim scholars
A. preserved ancient learning
B. did not do original work
C. misunderstood math
D. were greatly persecuted
3. How did Arab merchants transport good across the desert?
A. by train
B. by boat
C. by horse
D. in caravans
4. Muslims must
A. Pray eight times a day
B. save all there money
C. fulfill the five pillars of Islam
D. live in Makkah
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Muslims tended to live in villages.
Muslim scholars preserved ancient learning (e.g. the works of ancient Greece) as evidenced by the role Aristotle plays in Muslim scholarship.
Arab merchants used caravans to transport their goods across the desert.
Muslims are required to (by faith) fulfill the five pillars and nothing more.
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which belief do judaism, christianity, and islam have in common
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Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are monotheistic religions, namely they believe that there is only one God. Jews and Muslims greatly stress the oneness and unity of God. The affirmation of the oneness of God by Christians is sometimes misunderstood, because Christians believe that the one God is triune (the Holy Trinity). However, this is not a denial of monotheism but an affirmation of the complexity of the Divine Being.
All three religions believe that this God is the origin and source of all that exists. God cares about the entire creation and desires the well-being of all. God is just and has provided basic rules for our guidance so that we may be good and righteous, according to God's intention. God is also merciful; by means of God's grace we are given strength to be more like what we ought to be.