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in Mecca, followed commercial ethos to survive made agreements with bedouins not to attack trade caravans (1) especially during season of fairs (1) (b) How far were the religious beliefs held at that time important to the Arab way of life?

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bibecca 98%

‫اﻋﻮذ ﺑﺎ ﻣﻦ اﻟﺸﯿﻄﻦ اﻟﺮﺟﯿﻢ‬ ‫ﺑﺴﻢ ﷲ اﻟﺮﺣﻤﻦ اﻟﺮﺣﯿﻢ‬ I seek refuge in GOD, from Satan the rejected In the Name of GOD, Most Gracious, Most Merciful Becca Mecca 1- Becca and Mecca GOD has mentioned one strange word in Quran.

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Welcome to the Holy City of Makkah for Umrah Performance 95%

Every Muslim, who can stand to travel, ought to go to Mecca perfect for this voyage.

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2056 w14 ms 13 95%

in Mecca and Taif, was busy in commerce [1] they still maintained social contact and tribal allegiances [1] common vices of drinking, gambling etc.

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2056 w09 ms 1 94%

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • bedouin Arabs lived as nomads in tribal groups, constantly at war with each other over scarce resources (1) few small settled communities such as in Mecca and Taif relied on trade and religion [Ka’ba with 360 idols worshipped by different tribes] (1) formed tribes and clans [family group within the tribe] on basis of blood and kinship (1) evolved a tribal chivalric code of honour (1) called muruwah (1) this gave meaning to their lives:

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2056 w14 ms 12 94%

Page 2 1 Mark Scheme Cambridge O Level – October/November 2014 Syllabus 2056 Paper 12 (a) Write about the importance of Mecca in pre-Islamic Arabia.

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2056 w10 ms 1 93%

Teachers’ version GCE O LEVEL – October/November 2010 (a) Describe the importance of Mecca to the Arabs before Islam.

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ibn battuta Hassan 93%

In June 1325, at the age of twenty-one, Ibn Battuta set off from his hometown on a hajj, or pilgrimage, to Mecca, a journey that would take sixteen months.

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2056 w13 ms 1 93%

Page 2 1 Mark Scheme GCE O LEVEL – October/November 2013 Syllabus 2056 Paper 01 (a) Describe the life and activities of the people of Mecca during the Age of Ignorance [jahiliya].

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umrah packages 93%

How to Locate the Cheap and Best Umrah Packages Online Muslims from all over the world throng the holy cities of Mecca and Madina annually.

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2056 w11 ms 1 92%

[10] • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mecca religious centre ever since Arab history began Ka’aba was centre of worship with over 360 idols all around worship included circumambulation of Ka’aba [in state of nudity] homage paid to a supreme God, Allah, the Creator [26:61 and Giver of rain [29:63] Allah was Lord of the Ka’aba [much evidence in jahili poetry] Solemn oaths were sworn in the name of Allah [35:42] Other gods:

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2056 w14 qp 12 89%

Part 1 1 2 (a) Write about the importance of Mecca in pre-Islamic Arabia.

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2056 w13 er 87%

Good answers were able to focus on the life and activities of the people of Mecca in the pre-Islamic era.

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2056 w06 ms 1 85%

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • (b) Mark Scheme GCE O LEVEL - OCT/NOV 2006 Mecca religious centre ever since Arab history began Kaaba was centre of worship with over 350 idols all around Worship included circumambulation of Kaaba (in state of nudity) verbal homage paid to a supreme God, Al Lah others:

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2056 w12 ms 1 85%

in Mecca, Taif, followed commercial ethos to survive, though still maintained tribal allegiances common vices of drinking, gambling etc.

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Koehler-2011-Economic Affairs 84%

The background and story of the marriages of Mohammed’s first wife Khadija, who belonged to Mecca’s social elite, illustrate the opportunities open to enterprising women of her class and era.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/06/05/koehler-2011-economic-affairs/

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2056 w14 qp 13 83%

[10] (a) What was the importance of (i) Khadijah and (ii) Abu Bakr in the life of the Prophet [pbuh] in Mecca?

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2056 w09 er 81%

There was some confusion in the answers between this document and the pact of brotherhood which he instituted between the Ansar [Muslims of Medina] and the Muhajiroun [emigrant Muslims from Mecca].

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[Ebook] High Priestess Zildar Raasi's Sermons 76%

Its total dependence and reliance on the Ka'aba situated in Mecca, its so-called "most sacred site".

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2056 w10 er 75%

Good answer focused on the importance of Mecca before the coming of Islam as a place of pilgrimage since time immemorial, and an important trading centre situated on crossroads of trade routes.

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2056 w07 er 75%

Others mentioned details of a snakebite in the cave of Thawr rather than the importance of this journey as the Hijrat of the Prophet from Mecca to Medina.

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2056 w09 qp 1 75%

[10] (a) Describe what occurred during the Conquest of Mecca.

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2056 w08 er 74%

Although the status of the Kaaba in Mecca was paramount there were shrines at other locations as well.

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2056 w11 qp 1 73%

[10] 3 (a) Describe the opposition faced by Prophet Muhammad and the early Muslims in Mecca.

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2056 w12 er 70%

During the early years of Islam in Mecca social changes were not possible.

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