Interesting facts about Muslims in America


Islamic history is very rich and it is not restricted to Arabs or the Golden Ages. How much do you know about the history of Islam in America?

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1. Malcolm X went through many changes during his lifetime. Which one of the following chronological sequences most accurately describes him:

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2. Conservatively, What was the approximate percentage of African Muslim slaves in relation to the total number of slaves that were brought to the Americas from Africa?

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3. How many American presidents were accused to be secret Muslims?

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4. According to a 2017 Pew research publication, Muslims are ____________most educated religious community

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5. A Gallop Poll shows that, compared to other religious groups, Muslims were:

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6. Pop-rock star Cat Stevens (Yusuf Islam), became a Muslim after he

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7. Why did Thomas Jefferson’s acquire the Quran?

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8. The Statue of Liberty portrays whom?

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9. Why did Malcolm X refuse to carry his last name “Little”?

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10. As of 2010, approximately how many mosques exist in the U.S.?

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