Islamic schools and branches: Quiz

Question 1: He and his followers expanded on the logic and rationalism of ________, seeking to combine them with Islamic doctrines and show that the two were inherently compatible.
Ancient Greek philosophyAncient philosophyHellenistic philosophyAristotle

Question 2: The Ahmadiyya movement was founded in ________ in 1889 by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who claimed to be the promised Messiah ("Second Coming of Christ") the Mahdi awaited by the Muslims and a 'subordinate' prophet within Islam.
Lok SabhaResearch and Analysis WingIndiaIndia and the Non-Aligned Movement

Question 3: Sikhism has had strong influence from both Islam and ________ but more from the latter.
BuddhismAyyavazhiHinduismIndian religions

Question 4: ________ are sometimes categorized as part of Twelver Shi'a Islam, and sometimes as its own religious tradition, as it has markedly different philosophy, customs, and rituals.
Hajji Bektash WaliAleviAlevi historyBektashi

Question 5: Deobandi are Muslims of South Asia and ________, and have more recently spread to other countries such as South Africa and the United Kingdom.
Central Intelligence AgencyAfghanistanNATONon-Aligned Movement

Question 6: For example, the 1926 rise of the ________ in Arabia brought official discrimination against Shi'a.
Ibn Saud of Saudi ArabiaSaudi ArabiaHouse of SaudLine of succession to the Saudi Arabian throne

Question 7: They form a majority of the population in Iran, ________, Bahrain and Iraq.

Question 8: It was instrumental in drastically changing the direction of Islam and laid the groundwork to "shut the door of ________" centuries later in the Ottoman Empire.

Question 9: ________ (also called Imamiyyah) are members of the group of Shi'a Islam who believe in twelve Imams.
TwelverImamah (Shi'a Twelver doctrine)The Fourteen InfalliblesShia Islam

Question 10: It opposes Westernization--including capitalism, socialism, or such practices as bank interest, and favours and Islamic economic order and ________.
Muslim historyShariaCaliphateIslamic ethics

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