Do You Know Your Qur'an?

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Do You Know Your Quran? - Quiz

As-salamu-'alykum-wa-rahmatullaahi-wa-barakatu Do you know your Qur'an? Are you an expert in stories from the Qur'an? Well, you might like this quiz then! Just remember that a "surah" refers to a chapter of the Qur'an and an "ayah" refers to a verse in the Qur'an!"


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    1. In Surah, Al-Baqarah (The Cow), Allah says to the angels that he will put in the Earth a vicegerent. Who is this vicegerent?

    • A.

      Prophet Muhammad

    • B.

      Prophet Isa

    • C.

      Luqman

    • D.

      Prophet Adam

    Correct Answer
    D. Prophet Adam
    Explanation
    In Surah Al-Baqarah, Allah mentions that He will appoint a vicegerent on Earth. The correct answer is Prophet Adam. According to Islamic teachings, Prophet Adam was the first human being and the father of all mankind. He was chosen by Allah to be the vicegerent on Earth, responsible for maintaining and developing it. This appointment signifies the special status and responsibility given to Prophet Adam as the representative of humanity on Earth.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following is not mentioned in Sura Al-Kahf (The Cave)?

    • A.

      The story of The People of the Cave

    • B.

      The Command of Fasting

    • C.

      The story of Dhul-Qarnain

    • D.

      The command of Allah to the angels to bow down to Prophet Adam

    Correct Answer
    B. The Command of Fasting
    Explanation
    In Sura Al-Kahf (The Cave), the story of The People of the Cave, the story of Dhul-Qarnain, and the command of Allah to the angels to bow down to Prophet Adam are all mentioned. However, the command of fasting is not mentioned in this sura.

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  • 3. 

    In Surah Maryam (Mary), Prophet Ibrahim is asking his father, Azar, to convert to Islam and stop making idols. What did Azar say he would do if Ibrahim didn't stop doubting the idols?

    • A.

      He would kill Ibrahim

    • B.

      He would stone Ibrahim

    • C.

      He would give in and become a Muslim

    • D.

      He would bring Ibrahim to court

    Correct Answer
    B. He would stone Ibrahim
    Explanation
    In Surah Maryam, Azar, the father of Prophet Ibrahim, threatened to stone Ibrahim if he didn't stop doubting the idols. This indicates the strong opposition and resistance Azar had towards Ibrahim's beliefs and his refusal to abandon idol worship. Stoning was a severe punishment in ancient times and Azar's statement reflects his extreme reaction to Ibrahim's doubts.

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  • 4. 

    In Surah Qasas (Stories), Firawn (Pharoah) says that he knows no God but himself and he thinks that Prophet Musa (Moses) is a liar. But, he orders somebody to go build him a lofty palace so he can mount up to the God of Prophet Musa. Who did Firawn ask to do this?

    • A.

      Asiah

    • B.

      Harun

    • C.

      Wahshi

    • D.

      Haman

    Correct Answer
    D. Haman
    Explanation
    Firawn asked Haman to build him a lofty palace so that he could ascend to the God of Prophet Musa.

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  • 5. 

    Which of the following prophets doesn't have a Surah named after themselves?

    • A.

      Zakariyya

    • B.

      Hud

    • C.

      Nuh

    • D.

      Ibrahim

    Correct Answer
    A. Zakariyya
    Explanation
    Zakariyya is the correct answer because there is no Surah named after him in the Quran. Surah Hud is named after the prophet Hud, Surah Nuh is named after the prophet Nuh, and Surah Ibrahim is named after the prophet Ibrahim. However, there is no Surah specifically named after Zakariyya.

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  • 6. 

    In Surah Al-Ahzab (The Confederates) in Ayah 35, Allah gives us a list of people who he will forgive and grant rewards to. Who is not included in that bunch?

    • A.

      Men and Women who give in Charity

    • B.

      Men and Women who humble themselves

    • C.

      Men and Women who are patient

    • D.

      Men and Women who Pray Extra Fard (Obligatory) Salahs

    Correct Answer
    D. Men and Women who Pray Extra Fard (Obligatory) Salahs
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Men and Women who Pray Extra Fard (Obligatory) Salahs." In Surah Al-Ahzab, Allah mentions a list of people who will be forgiven and rewarded, including those who give in charity, humble themselves, and are patient. However, praying extra Fard Salahs (obligatory prayers) is not mentioned in this list. This implies that while praying the obligatory Salahs is important, it is not the sole criteria for forgiveness and rewards from Allah.

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  • 7. 

    In Surah At-Tahrim (The Holding to be Forbidden), Allah tells us that two prophets' wives disobeyed the command of Allah and rejected Islam and Allah will tell them to enter the Hell-Fire with those who enter the Hell-Fire! Which two prophets' wives is Allah referring to?

    • A.

      Prophets Ibrahim's and Ishaq's Wives

    • B.

      Prophets Nuh and Lut's Wives

    • C.

      Prophets Ayyub's and Harun's Wives

    • D.

      Prophet Muhammad's and Adam's Wives

    Correct Answer
    B. Prophets Nuh and Lut's Wives
    Explanation
    In Surah At-Tahrim, Allah mentions the disobedience of two prophets' wives who rejected Islam and will be condemned to Hell-Fire. The correct answer is Prophets Nuh and Lut's wives. This is based on the information provided in the question, which specifically mentions the names of these two prophets.

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  • 8. 

    Qarun was a very good Muslim until he became rich by practicing alchemy and became a disbeliever in Islam.

    • A.

      Yawm At-Taghabun

    • B.

      Yawm Al-Haqqah

    • C.

      Yawm Al-Qariah

    • D.

      Yawm Al-Jumuah

    Correct Answer
    D. Yawm Al-Jumuah
    Explanation
    Yawm Al-Jumuah refers to the Day of Friday, which is considered a sacred day for Muslims. The statement suggests that Qarun was a devout Muslim until he gained wealth through alchemy, after which he became a disbeliever in Islam. The answer Yawm Al-Jumuah is relevant because it is the only option that does not directly relate to disbelief or punishment.

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  • 9. 

    Qarun was a very good Muslim until he became rich by practicing alchemy and became a disbeliever in Islam.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The given statement suggests that Qarun, initially a devout Muslim, turned into a disbeliever in Islam after becoming wealthy through practicing alchemy. Therefore, the correct answer is "True."

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