Islamiat: Teachings Of Islam Quiz! Trivia

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Are you familiar with the teachings of Islam? Do you think you can pass this quiz? The basic teachings of Islam are called the Five Pillars of Faith and comprise faith, prayer, fasting during Ramadan, and making the pilgrimage to Mecca. Faith asserts that there is only one God, Allah and that Muhammad was his final product. Taking this quiz will show you more about the teachings of Islam.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Where did Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) become the Prophet of Allah?

    • A.

      Cave Hira

    • B.

      Cave Saur

    • C.

      Mount Uhad

    • D.

      Jabl-e-Toor

    Correct Answer
    A. Cave Hira
    Explanation
    Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) became the Prophet of Allah in Cave Hira. This is the place where he received his first revelation from Allah through the angel Gabriel. The cave is located on the outskirts of Mecca and holds great significance in Islamic history as it marks the beginning of Prophet Muhammad's mission as the last and final messenger of Allah.

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  • 2. 

    What are angels described as in Islamic beliefs?

    • A.

      Created to serve in various duties like communicating revelations and recording actions

    • B.

      Created from earthly materials like clay or mud

    • C.

      Created without wings or supernatural attributes

    Correct Answer
    A. Created to serve in various duties like communicating revelations and recording actions
    Explanation
    In Islamic beliefs, angels, described in the Quran and hadith, are created to worship God and fulfill specific duties such as communicating revelations, recording actions, and taking souls at death. They are often depicted anthropomorphically with wings and supernatural attributes, lacking bodily needs. Notable angels include Gabriel and Michael.

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  • 3. 

    Which Prophet of Allah invented a hair comb?

    • A.

      Hazrat Ibrahim

    • B.

      Hazrat Lut

    • C.

      Hazrat Shoaib

    • D.

      Hazrat Zakriya

    Correct Answer
    A. Hazrat Ibrahim
    Explanation
    Hazrat Ibrahim is believed to have invented the hair comb. This is based on Islamic traditions and teachings which attribute various inventions and innovations to different prophets. While there may not be historical evidence to support this claim, it is a widely accepted belief among Muslims that Hazrat Ibrahim was the inventor of the hair comb.

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  • 4. 

    Who was the angel who is also called "Angel of Death"?

    • A.

      Hazrat Mikaeel

    • B.

      Hazrat Jibrail

    • C.

      Hazrat Maikaeel

    • D.

      Hazrat Izrael

    Correct Answer
    D. Hazrat Izrael
    Explanation
    Hazrat Izrael is known as the "Angel of Death" in Islamic tradition. He is believed to be responsible for taking the souls of individuals when it is their time to die. This title highlights his role as the angel who carries out the task of separating the soul from the body at the moment of death.

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  • 5. 

    Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) married Hazrat Hafsa, Hazrat Abu Bakr's daughter.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) did not marry Hazrat Hafsa, Hazrat Abu Bakr's daughter. Hazrat Hafsa was actually married to Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) after her previous husband, Khunays ibn Hudhafah, passed away.

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  • 6. 

    In which battle did the Holy Prophet (PBUH) take part for the first time?

    • A.

      Battle of Khyber

    • B.

      Battle of Badr

    • C.

      Battle of Uhad

    • D.

      Harb-ul -Fijar

    Correct Answer
    D. Harb-ul -Fijar
    Explanation
    Harb-ul-Fijar was the first battle in which the Holy Prophet (PBUH) took part. It took place before the advent of Islam and was a conflict between the tribes of Mecca and the tribes of Qais 'Ailan. The battle of Khyber, Badr, and Uhad occurred after the Holy Prophet (PBUH) had established Islam and were significant battles in the early years of the Islamic period.

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  • 7. 

    In which battle Hazrat Ali did not take part?

    • A.

      Battle of Badr

    • B.

      Battle of Hunain

    • C.

      Tabuk Expedition

    • D.

      None of above

    Correct Answer
    C. Tabuk Expedition
    Explanation
    Hazrat Ali took part in the battles of Badr and Hunain, but he did not participate in the Tabuk Expedition. The Tabuk Expedition took place in 630 CE and was led by Prophet Muhammad. Hazrat Ali was left behind in Medina to act as the caliph's deputy during the expedition. This decision was made because Hazrat Ali's wife, Fatimah, was ill at the time.

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  • 8. 

    Tribe of Hazrat Lut was homosexual.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement that the tribe of Hazrat Lut was homosexual is true. According to religious texts, the people of Sodom and Gomorrah, which is believed to be the tribe of Hazrat Lut, engaged in homosexual practices. This is mentioned in the Quran and Bible, where it is stated that the tribe was destroyed by God due to their sinful behavior, including homosexuality.

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  • 9. 

    What is the meaning of "Jafar Tayar?"

    • A.

      Jafar the Great

    • B.

      Jafar the Brave

    • C.

      Jafar the Flier

    • D.

      Jafar the chief of martyers

    Correct Answer
    C. Jafar the Flier
    Explanation
    "Jafar the Flier" suggests that the meaning of "Jafar Tayar" is related to someone who is capable of flying or has the ability to fly. This could refer to a literal interpretation of flying, such as being a pilot or having the ability to levitate, or it could be symbolic, representing someone who is free-spirited, adventurous, or able to transcend limitations. Without further context, it is difficult to determine the exact meaning, but "Jafar the Flier" implies a connection to flight or the concept of flying.

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  • 10. 

    Who martyred Hazrat Umar Farooq?

    • A.

      Firoz

    • B.

      Abu Sufyan

    • C.

      Ameer Muawiya

    • D.

      Wahshi

    Correct Answer
    A. Firoz
    Explanation
    Firoz is the correct answer because he was the assassin who martyred Hazrat Umar Farooq. Firoz attacked Hazrat Umar while he was leading the prayers and stabbed him multiple times, causing fatal injuries. This act of assassination took place in the year 644 AD during Hazrat Umar's caliphate.

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