(Jesus) In Christianity, a central religious person, either seen as God in human body or as son of God born by a woman. In Islam and Baha'i, one of the central prophets, as well as miracle worker (always called Isa).
Group of ideologies in Islam that want to use the Sharia to its full extent.
A religion with more than 1,400 million believers. It is dominant in East- and North Africa, Middle East, Central Asia and in Indonesia.
Largest city in Turkey with 8,0 million inhabitants, situated on both sides of the Bosporus.
Arab traveller and author. (1304- ?)
Uprising in the Palestinian occupied territories from 1987 to 1993, in protest against the Israeli occupation and politics.
Central religious feast in Islam, also known as cîdu s-saghîr and in Turkey as kücük-bairam.
1: State of sacredness in which a Muslim performs hajj and umra. 2: Garment worn by hajjiyys during hajj and umra.
Arab philosopher and physician. (1100-1185)
Islamic historian and sociologist. (1332-1406)