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Question 1: The term Mullah is a variation of the word mawla(means master or lord) and Mawlana is its derivative (means my lord) and are used mainly in ________ and in the Sub-Continent .
Middle EastCentral AsiaSouth AsiaSiberia

Question 2: It is an Anglicized/Latinized version of the Arabic word خليفة or Khalīfah, which means "successor", that is, successor to the ________.
IslamQur'anMuhammadAli

Question 3: Ayatollah (Arabic: آية الله; Persian: آیت‌الله) is a high title given to major ________ clergymen.
Islamic schools and branchesIslamophobiaIslamic theologyShia Islam

Question 4: ________ is the term for the Islamic leader of the Ummah, or community of Islam.
CaliphMuslim historyMosqueCaliphate

Question 5: Mullah or Mawlana are Islamic clergy who have studied the Qur'an and the ________ and are considered experts on related religious matters in this religion.
HadithShariaIslamic schools and branchesSunni Islam

Question 6: Some mosques have specific places for the adhan to be made from, such as a ________ or a designated area in the mosque.
Taqiyah (cap)MinaretEid ul-FitrArabic literature







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