Which of the following was a reason that some Muslims resented Umayyad rule over the caliphate?
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An Umayyad caliph named Umar Sharif declared that he was co-equal with God and that he had the right to add new verses to the Qur’an.
The Umayyads had fought against Muhammad early in his career and had only converted to Islam after they had been militarily defeated by the forces of Medina.
The Umayyads granted full legal equality to the Jews and Christians living in the caliphate.
The Umayyad caliphs forbade the writing down of the Qur’an, but instead insisted that if a Muslim wanted to know the Qur’an, then he or she needed only to listen to an authorized preacher.