Range in Western Iran, with many peaks higher than 3,000 meters.
Obligatory alms, about 1/40 of a person's income in Islam, given by a Muslim to the needy inside their own society.
Wife of Muhammad for a period of two or eight months in 626 CE (4 H).
Sect inside the Zoroastrian tradition, belonging to the time of the Sassanids (226- 651 CE).
Married to the prophet Muhammad from 626 CE (4 H) until his death in 632 CE (10 H).
Daughter of Muhammad and Khadija. She had two children, Ali, who died as a child, and Umama, who married Ali after Fatima died.
Sacred well in Mecca, situated a few meters to the east of the Ka'ba. Depth is thirty-five meters.
President of Algeria (1994- 1999). (1932- )
Iranian prophet, founder of the religion Zoroastrianism.
Central town in northern Mauritania, with about 25,000 inhabitants. Economy is based on mining and related activities.