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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What month was the Prophet (SAW) born in?

    • A.

      Muharram

    • B.

      Rabi 'ul Awwal

    • C.

      Shawwal

    • D.

      Ramadhan

    Correct Answer
    B. Rabi 'ul Awwal
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Rabi 'ul Awwal. This is the month in which the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was born. It is the third month of the Islamic lunar calendar and is considered a significant month for Muslims around the world. The birth of the Prophet is celebrated during this month with various religious and cultural activities.

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  • 2. 

    Who was the Prophet (saw) father?

    • A.

      Abdullah

    • B.

      Abu Talib 

    • C.

      Ibrahim

    Correct Answer
    A. Abdullah
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Abdullah. Abdullah was the father of Prophet Muhammad (saw). He was the son of Abdul Muttalib and the husband of Aminah bint Wahb. Abdullah passed away before the birth of Prophet Muhammad (saw), which made him an orphan.

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  • 3. 

    What are followers of Islam called?

    • A.

      Muhammadians

    • B.

      Muslims

    • C.

      Muhammadins

    Correct Answer
    B. Muslims
    Explanation
    Followers of Islam are called Muslims. This term refers to individuals who adhere to the teachings and beliefs of Islam, which were revealed by the Prophet Muhammad. Muslims follow the principles outlined in the Quran and strive to live their lives in accordance with Islamic teachings. The term "Muhammadians" and "Muhammadins" are not commonly used to refer to followers of Islam.

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  • 4. 

    What is the old name of Madina-tul-Munawarah?

    • A.

      Taif

    • B.

      Koofa

    • C.

      Madyan

    • D.

      Yasrab

    Correct Answer
    D. Yasrab
    Explanation
    Yasrab is the old name of Madina-tul-Munawarah. Madina-tul-Munawarah is a city in Saudi Arabia and is considered one of the holiest cities in Islam. It was originally known as Yasrab before the Prophet Muhammad migrated there from Mecca and renamed it Madina-tul-Munawarah, which means "the enlightened city." The name Yasrab is significant in the history of Islam as it represents the city before the arrival of the Prophet Muhammad and the establishment of the Islamic community.

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  • 5. 

    How many Ayats of Sajdah are there in the Holy Quran?

    • A.

      14

    • B.

      13

    • C.

      15

    • D.

      12

    Correct Answer
    A. 14
    Explanation
    There are 14 Ayats of Sajdah in the Holy Quran.

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  • 6. 

    Who is called "Dhun Noorayn" (the one who with two lights)?

    • A.

      Prophet Ibrahim (pbuh)

    • B.

      Uthman bin Affan (pbuh)

    • C.

      Prophet Musa (pbuh)

    • D.

      Umar bin Khattab (pbuh)

    Correct Answer
    B. Uthman bin Affan (pbuh)
  • 7. 

    Who was the first Muazzin (the caller to prayer) of Islam?

    • A.

      Ali Ibn Talib (pbuh)

    • B.

      Bilal (pbuh)

    • C.

      Umar Bin Khattab (pbuh)

    • D.

      Abu Bakar Siddique (pbuh)

    Correct Answer
    B. Bilal (pbuh)
    Explanation
    Bilal (pbuh) was the first Muazzin (the caller to prayer) of Islam. He was an Abyssinian slave who converted to Islam and became one of the closest companions of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Bilal's beautiful voice and strong faith made him the perfect choice for this important role. He would climb to the top of the Kaaba in Mecca to call the Muslims to prayer. Bilal's appointment as the first Muazzin highlights the egalitarian nature of Islam, as it disregards social status and emphasizes the importance of piety and devotion.

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  • 8. 

    Where did the first group of Muslims migrate before the Prophet's (saw) Hijrah to Madina?

    • A.

      Abyssinia

    • B.

      Koofa

    • C.

      Taif

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Abyssinia
    Explanation
    Before the Prophet's Hijrah to Madina, the first group of Muslims migrated to Abyssinia. This migration, known as the first migration to Abyssinia, took place in the early years of Islam when the Muslims faced persecution in Mecca. The Muslims sought refuge in Abyssinia, as it was ruled by a just Christian king who was known for his fairness and protection of religious freedom. The migration to Abyssinia provided a safe haven for the early Muslims and allowed them to freely practice their faith without fear of persecution.

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  • 9. 

    Who was the first man who accepted Islam?

    • A.

      Umar Bin Khattab ( pbuh)

    • B.

      Uthmaan Bin Affaan (pbuh)

    • C.

      Abu Bakar Siddique (pbuh)

    • D.

      Zaid Bin Harith (pbuh)

    Correct Answer
    C. Abu Bakar Siddique (pbuh)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Abu Bakar Siddique (pbuh). Abu Bakar Siddique was the first man to accept Islam after the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) received his first revelation. He was a close companion of the Prophet and played a crucial role in the early development of the Islamic community. Abu Bakar Siddique's acceptance of Islam marked the beginning of a new era and set an example for others to follow.

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  • 10. 

    Which gift was given by Allah to our Holy Prophet ( peace be upon him) on the night of Miraaj ?

    • A.

      Fasts of Ramadan 

    • B.

      Hajj 

    • C.

      Five times daily salah

    • D.

      Zakaat

    Correct Answer
    C. Five times daily salah
    Explanation
    On the night of Miraaj, Allah bestowed the gift of five times daily salah (prayer) upon our Holy Prophet (peace be upon him). This gift is a significant part of the Islamic faith and serves as a means of connecting with Allah, seeking His guidance, and expressing gratitude. The obligation to perform salah five times a day was given directly to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) during this miraculous journey, making it a special and sacred gift from Allah.

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  • 11. 

    Who was once a commander of the muslims army & later became an ordinary soldier?

    • A.

      Abu ubaidah

    • B.

      Khalid Bin Walid

    • C.

      Sad Bin Abu Waqqas

    • D.

      Muthanna

    Correct Answer
    B. Khalid Bin Walid
    Explanation
    Khalid Bin Walid was once a commander of the Muslim army and later became an ordinary soldier.

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  • 12. 

    What does Prophet Musa's stick turn into ?

    • A.

      Bird

    • B.

      Tiger

    • C.

      Camel

    • D.

      Snake

    Correct Answer
    D. Snake
    Explanation
    Prophet Musa's stick turns into a snake.

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  • 13. 

    What are the companions of Prophet called?

    • A.

      Sahabah

    • B.

      Friends

    • C.

      Ansar

    • D.

      None of the Above

    Correct Answer
    A. Sahabah
    Explanation
    The companions of the Prophet are called Sahabah. They were the individuals who lived during the time of Prophet Muhammad and had the opportunity to see, hear, and interact with him. They played a significant role in spreading and preserving the teachings of Islam. The term Sahabah is commonly used to refer to the close companions of the Prophet and holds great importance in Islamic history and tradition.

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  • 14. 

    What is a minaret?

    • A.

      A leader of salat

    • B.

      A mosque's tower from which the call to prayer is given.

    • C.

      A niche in the wall of a mosque indicating the direction of Mecca.

    • D.

      A scarf used to cover a muslim woman's head & neck

    Correct Answer
    B. A mosque's tower from which the call to prayer is given.
    Explanation
    A minaret is a tower that is typically found in a mosque. It is used for the call to prayer, which is given by the muezzin. The minaret serves as a visual and auditory signal to the surrounding community, indicating that it is time for prayer. It is an important architectural feature of a mosque and holds cultural and religious significance in the Islamic faith.

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  • 15. 

    To convert to Islam , one needs to do what?

    • A.

      Memorize all the words to "Ramadan Is Here"

    • B.

      Go on the Hajj if one is physically and financially able to do so.

    • C.

      Profess one's faith that Muhammad is the son of God.

    • D.

      Recite the Shahadah with sincerity in the presence of a muslim.

    Correct Answer
    D. Recite the Shahadah with sincerity in the presence of a muslim.
    Explanation
    To convert to Islam, one needs to recite the Shahadah with sincerity in the presence of a Muslim. The Shahadah is the declaration of faith in Islam, stating that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger. This is a fundamental requirement for converting to Islam and signifies a person's acceptance of the Islamic faith. Memorizing a specific song or going on the Hajj are not necessary for converting to Islam, and professing that Muhammad is the son of God contradicts Islamic beliefs.

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  • 16. 

    What does the Arabic word "Halal" means?

    • A.

      "Alms"

    • B.

      "Food"

    • C.

      "Forbidden"

    • D.

      "Permitted"

    Correct Answer
    D. "Permitted"
    Explanation
    The Arabic word "Halal" means "permitted". It refers to food, drinks, and actions that are allowed or lawful according to Islamic law. Halal is the opposite of "Haram", which means "forbidden". In the context of food, Halal refers to the dietary guidelines and restrictions followed by Muslims, including the proper method of slaughtering animals and the prohibition of certain ingredients such as pork and alcohol.

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  • 17. 

    What is the Arabic word for "Fasting"?

    • A.

      "Haram"

    • B.

      "Iftar"

    • C.

      "Sawm"

    • D.

      "Suhur"

    Correct Answer
    C. "Sawm"
    Explanation
    The Arabic word for "fasting" is "Sawm".

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  • 18. 

    Who was Abraham's firstborn son (according to Islam, Christianity, & Judaism)?

    • A.

      Isaac

    • B.

      Ishmael

    • C.

      Jacob

    • D.

      Joseph

    Correct Answer
    B. Ishmael
    Explanation
    According to Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, Abraham's firstborn son is Ishmael. In Islamic tradition, Ishmael is considered to be the ancestor of the Arab people, while in Christianity and Judaism, he is seen as the half-brother of Isaac, who was the son of Abraham and Sarah. Ishmael's story is significant in all three religions, as it is believed that God made a covenant with Abraham and promised to bless both Ishmael and Isaac.

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  • 19. 

    To be halal, meat must come from an animal handled in what way?

    • A.

      Killed by a non-muslim.

    • B.

      Killed by a Imam.

    • C.

      Killed with one slice to the neck.

    • D.

      Raised in Saudi Arabia.

    Correct Answer
    C. Killed with one slice to the neck.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Killed with one slice to the neck." In Islamic dietary laws, the method of slaughtering animals for meat to be considered halal is known as "dhabiha." According to this method, the animal must be alive at the time of slaughter, and its throat should be swiftly and precisely cut with a sharp knife, severing the major blood vessels. This method ensures that the animal's death is quick and humane, allowing the blood to drain from the body completely. This process is believed to be the most merciful way to slaughter an animal for consumption in accordance with Islamic principles.

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  • 20. 

    On the plain of Arafat, muslims on the Hajj do what?

    • A.

      Ask Angel Jibraeel to reveal new verses of the Quran to them.

    • B.

      Ask Allah to forgive their sins.

    • C.

      Circle the Kaaba

    • D.

      Reenact Abraham's sacrifice of a ram.

    Correct Answer
    B. Ask Allah to forgive their sins.
    Explanation
    On the plain of Arafat, Muslims on the Hajj ask Allah to forgive their sins. This is a significant part of the Hajj pilgrimage, as Muslims believe that standing in Arafat and seeking forgiveness is a crucial step towards spiritual purification and redemption. It is a time for reflection, repentance, and seeking Allah's mercy. Muslims gather in Arafat on the 9th day of the Islamic month of Dhu al-Hijjah, where they engage in prayers, supplications, and seek forgiveness for their past sins. This act of seeking Allah's forgiveness is considered essential for the completion of the Hajj pilgrimage.

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  • 21. 

    What is Jummah prayer?

    • A.

      Informal prayer

    • B.

      Grace before meals

    • C.

      Prayer on the final night of Ramadan

    • D.

      Salat on Friday at noon

    Correct Answer
    D. Salat on Friday at noon
    Explanation
    Jummah prayer refers to the congregational prayer performed by Muslims on Fridays at noon. It is an obligatory prayer for Muslim men and is considered a significant part of the Islamic faith. Muslims gather at the mosque to listen to a sermon and then offer the Jummah prayer together. This prayer holds special importance as it is a time for the community to come together, seek forgiveness, and seek blessings from Allah. It is a time for reflection, supplication, and worship, and is an integral part of Muslim religious practice.

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  • 22. 

    The Shahadah includes which of the following declarations?

    • A.

      That Muhammad (saw) is divine.

    • B.

      That Muhammad (saw) is Allah's Messenger.

    • C.

      That Muhammad (saw) is the creator of the world.

    • D.

      That Muhammad (saw) will judge on the Day of Judgement.

    Correct Answer
    B. That Muhammad (saw) is Allah's Messenger.
    Explanation
    The Shahadah is the declaration of faith in Islam. It consists of two parts: "There is no god but Allah" and "Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah." This declaration affirms belief in the oneness of God and acknowledges Muhammad as the final prophet and messenger of Allah. It does not state that Muhammad is divine, the creator of the world, or that he will judge on the Day of Judgement.

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  • 23. 

    Salat is performed facing what direction?

    • A.

      East

    • B.

      The Qiblah

    • C.

      Towards Jerusalem

    • D.

      West

    Correct Answer
    B. The Qiblah
    Explanation
    The Qiblah is the correct answer because it refers to the direction that Muslims face when performing the Salat, which is the Islamic prayer. The Qiblah is towards the Kaaba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and it is considered the holiest direction for Muslims to face during their prayers. Muslims around the world face towards the Qiblah as a symbol of unity and devotion to their faith.

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  • 24. 

    "Sultan Ul Khair" is the title of?

    • A.

      Salman Farsi (RA)

    • B.

      Uthmaan (RA)

    • C.

      Bilal (RA)

    • D.

      Abu Bakar Siddique (RA)

    Correct Answer
    A. Salman Farsi (RA)
    Explanation
    "Sultan Ul Khair" is the title given to Salman Farsi (RA). This title is an honorific used to acknowledge his status and his contributions as a righteous and pious individual. Salman Farsi (RA) was a companion of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and played a significant role in the early Islamic community. He was known for his wisdom, knowledge, and devotion to Islam, hence being given the title "Sultan Ul Khair".

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  • 25. 

    "Qaim Ul Lail" & "Saim Ul Nahar" are the title of?

    • A.

      Umar (RA)

    • B.

      Uthmaan (RA)

    • C.

      Ali (RA)

    • D.

      Abu Bakar (RA)

    Correct Answer
    C. Ali (RA)
    Explanation
    The titles "Qaim Ul Lail" and "Saim Ul Nahar" are associated with Ali (RA). These titles refer to his devotion and worship during the night and day. Ali (RA) was known for his piety and dedication to prayer, and these titles highlight his commitment to worshipping Allah throughout both the night and day.

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  • 26. 

    The Quran is also known as Al Huda?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The Quran is indeed known as Al Huda. Al Huda is an Arabic term that translates to "the guidance" or "the right path." It is one of the names given to the Quran, which is considered the holy book of Islam. The Quran is believed to be the word of God as revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. It serves as a guide for Muslims in matters of faith, worship, and daily life, providing them with spiritual guidance and teachings. Therefore, the statement that the Quran is also known as Al Huda is correct.

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  • 27. 

    Which Battle was a test of Believers in the time of Prophet Muhammad (saw)?

    • A.

      Battle of Jamal

    • B.

      Battle of Uhud

    • C.

      Battle of Khaybar

    • D.

      Battle of Trench

    Correct Answer
    B. Battle of Uhud
    Explanation
    The Battle of Uhud was a test of believers in the time of Prophet Muhammad (saw). This battle took place in 625 CE between the Muslims of Medina and the Quraysh tribe of Mecca. The Muslims initially had the upper hand but due to a strategic mistake, a group of archers left their position causing a counterattack from the Quraysh. This resulted in a setback for the Muslims, testing their faith and resolve. Despite the loss, the Muslims learned valuable lessons from this battle and it served as a test of their belief in the message of Islam.

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  • 28. 

    How many gates are there in hell?

    • A.

      10

    • B.

      7

    • C.

      1

    • D.

      100

    Correct Answer
    B. 7
    Explanation
    The question asks for the number of gates in hell. Out of the given options, the number 7 is the correct answer. This implies that there are 7 gates in hell.

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  • 29. 

    Which people did Allah cause to perish with a terrible blast of wind ?

    • A.

      People of Ad

    • B.

      People of Thamud

    • C.

      People of Midian

    • D.

      People of Lut

    Correct Answer
    A. People of Ad
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the People of Ad. According to Islamic mythology, the People of Ad were a powerful and prosperous ancient civilization that lived in the Arabian Peninsula. They were known for their arrogance and disbelief in Allah. As a punishment for their sins, Allah sent a fierce and destructive wind that destroyed their entire civilization. This event is mentioned in the Quran as a warning to future generations about the consequences of arrogance and disbelief.

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  • 30. 

    How many muslims were killed by the army of infideels in The Battle of Badr?

    • A.

      313

    • B.

      314

    • C.

      14

    • D.

      15

    Correct Answer
    C. 14
  • 31. 

    Who was an assistant to Prophet Musa (AS)?

    • A.

      Isa (as)

    • B.

      Haroon (as)

    • C.

      Dawood (as)

    • D.

      Isaac (as)

    Correct Answer
    B. Haroon (as)
    Explanation
    Haroon (as) was an assistant to Prophet Musa (AS) according to Islamic belief. He was the brother of Musa (AS) and was chosen by Allah to be a prophet and a helper to Musa (AS) in delivering the message to the people of Egypt. Haroon (as) played a significant role in supporting Musa (AS) during their mission and was entrusted with important responsibilities, including speaking on behalf of Musa (AS) when he had difficulty with speech.

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  • 32. 

    ________ was the first masjid built by Rasool Allah (saw)?

    Correct Answer
    Masjid ul Aqsa, Masjid ul Quba 'Masjid ul Nabwi'
    Explanation
    The first mosque built by Rasool Allah (saw) was Masjid ul Quba. It was established by the Prophet Muhammad (saw) and his companions upon their migration to Medina. This mosque holds historical significance as it was not only the first mosque but also the first place of prayer established in Islam. Masjid ul Aqsa, on the other hand, is the third holiest site in Islam and Masjid ul Nabwi is the second holiest site, both of which were built later in history.

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  • 33. 

    What month is the obligatory for muslims to fast during daylight?

    • A.

      Ramzan

    • B.

      Rajab

    • C.

      Shabaan

    • D.

      Muharram

    Correct Answer
    A. Ramzan
    Explanation
    Ramzan is the correct answer because it is the month in which Muslims are obligated to fast from dawn to sunset. During this month, Muslims abstain from food, drink, and other physical needs during daylight hours as a form of worship and self-discipline. Fasting during Ramzan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and is considered a time of spiritual reflection, increased devotion, and seeking forgiveness. It is believed to be the month in which the first verses of the Quran were revealed to Prophet Muhammad.

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  • 34. 

    What book was revealed with Nabi Isa(as)?

    • A.

      Quran

    • B.

      Torat

    • C.

      Zabur

    • D.

      Injeel

    Correct Answer
    D. Injeel
    Explanation
    The book that was revealed with Nabi Isa(as) is the Injeel.

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  • 35. 

    The Quran was revealed over how many years?

    • A.

      25

    • B.

      23

    • C.

      21

    • D.

      20

    Correct Answer
    B. 23
    Explanation
    The Quran was revealed over a period of 23 years. This means that the revelations of the Quran were not all given at once, but rather gradually over the span of 23 years. This allowed for the messages and teachings of the Quran to be delivered to the Prophet Muhammad and the early Muslim community in stages, addressing specific situations and needs as they arose. The gradual revelation of the Quran also allowed for the teachings to be understood and implemented gradually, ensuring a smooth transition for the community.

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  • 36. 

    Prophet Salih's People :

    • A.

      Had beautiful gardens.

    • B.

      Had Great Wealth & Comfort

    • C.

      Were Physically Strong

    • D.

      Option 4

    Correct Answer
    A. Had beautiful gardens.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Had beautiful gardens." This is because the statement mentions that Prophet Salih's people had beautiful gardens. The other options do not align with the given information. There is no mention of great wealth and comfort or physical strength in the statement. Therefore, the correct answer is that they had beautiful gardens.

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  • 37. 

    Prophet Nuh's son protected himself during the flood by going on the ark.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because according to the story of Prophet Nuh (Noah) in the Quran, his son did not believe in his message and refused to go on the ark. Instead, he sought refuge on a mountain, thinking it would protect him from the flood. However, the floodwaters engulfed the mountain and he drowned. Therefore, Nuh's son did not protect himself during the flood by going on the ark.

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  • 38. 

    Name the Prophet whom jinn used to obey ?

    • A.

      Prophet Isa (AS)

    • B.

      Prophet Musa (AS)

    • C.

      Prophet Sulaiman (AS)

    • D.

      Prophet Dawood (AS)

    Correct Answer
    C. Prophet Sulaiman (AS)
    Explanation
    Prophet Sulaiman (AS) is the correct answer because according to Islamic tradition, he possessed the power to communicate with and control jinn. The Qur'an mentions that he had control over the jinn and they would obey his commands. This is demonstrated in the story of the jinn helping him in his construction projects and bringing him information from distant lands. Therefore, Prophet Sulaiman (AS) is known for his ability to command and be obeyed by the jinn.

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  • 39. 

    What is the meaning of Allah's beautiful name "Al Mutakabbir" ?

    • A.

      The Dominant 

    • B.

      The Superb

    • C.

      The Creator

    • D.

      The Holy

    Correct Answer
    B. The Superb
    Explanation
    "Al Mutakabbir" is one of Allah's beautiful names in Islam. It means "The Superb" or "The Magnificent." This name reflects Allah's greatness, grandeur, and superiority. It signifies that Allah is above all, and His power and glory are unmatched. It reminds believers of Allah's majesty and encourages them to acknowledge His greatness and submit to His authority.

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  • 40. 

    Which of the following names of Allah signifies his attributes "The Almighty" ?

    • A.

      Al Aziz 

    • B.

      Al Ghaffar

    • C.

      Al Quddus

    • D.

      Al Qahhar

    Correct Answer
    A. Al Aziz 
    Explanation
    The name "Al Aziz" signifies the attribute of Allah being "The Almighty". This name emphasizes Allah's power, strength, and dominance over all things. It highlights his ability to overcome any obstacle and his invincibility. By using this name, believers acknowledge and recognize Allah's ultimate authority and sovereignty.

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  • 41. 

    What is the name of this water spout?

    • A.

      Multazam

    • B.

      Meezab e Rahmat

    • C.

      Hateem

    • D.

      Hajr e Aswad

    Correct Answer
    B. Meezab e Rahmat
  • 42. 

    Which corner of Kaaba is this ?

    • A.

      Rukne Shimali

    • B.

      Rukne Shami

    • C.

      Rukne Sharqi

    • D.

      Rukne Yamani

    Correct Answer
    D. Rukne Yamani
    Explanation
    Rukne Yamani refers to the corner of the Kaaba that is located on the Yemeni side. The Kaaba is a sacred structure in Islam, and it has four corners, each with a specific name. Rukne Yamani is the corner that faces towards Yemen.

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  • 43. 

    How many times did the Prophet Muhammad (saw) perform Hajj?

    • A.

      Once 

    • B.

      Twice

    • C.

      Thrice

    • D.

      Many times

    Correct Answer
    A. Once 
    Explanation
    The Prophet Muhammad (saw) performed Hajj only once in his lifetime. This occurred in the 10th year of his prophethood, known as the Farewell Hajj. It was during this pilgrimage that he delivered his famous sermon, known as the Farewell Sermon, in which he addressed various aspects of life and emphasized the importance of unity and equality among Muslims. This Hajj holds great significance in Islamic history and serves as a model for Muslims to follow in their own Hajj journeys.

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  • 44. 

    Which prayer call has an additional phrase "Al salatu khayru min an naum"?

    • A.

      Magrib 

    • B.

      Isha

    • C.

      Fajr

    • D.

      Asar

    Correct Answer
    C. Fajr
    Explanation
    The prayer call for Fajr has an additional phrase "Al salatu khayru min an naum" which means "Prayer is better than sleep." This phrase is added to the Fajr prayer call to emphasize the importance of waking up early to pray and to prioritize prayer over sleep.

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  • 45. 

    What is considered to be the most important part of the Hajj?

    • A.

      Doing Tawaf around Kaaba

    • B.

      Standing in Arafat 

    • C.

      Spending night in Mujdalifah

    • D.

      Doing Sa'i - walking between Safa & Marwah

    Correct Answer
    B. Standing in Arafat 
    Explanation
    Standing in Arafat is considered to be the most important part of the Hajj. Arafat is a plain located outside of Mecca where pilgrims gather on the 9th day of the Islamic month of Dhu al-Hijjah. It is believed to be the place where Prophet Muhammad delivered his final sermon. Standing in Arafat is a key ritual of Hajj and is often referred to as the "Day of Arafah". It is considered to be a time of intense prayer and reflection, where pilgrims seek forgiveness for their sins and supplicate to Allah. The standing in Arafat is a crucial part of the Hajj pilgrimage and is believed to be a moment of great spiritual significance.

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  • 46. 

    Who was the first person who counted the Ayaah of the Quran?

    • A.

       Abu Bakr (RA)

    • B.

      Umar (RA)

    • C.

      Ayesha (RA)

    Correct Answer
    C. Ayesha (RA)
    Explanation
    Ayesha (RA) was the first person to count the Ayaah of the Quran. She was known for her exceptional memory and knowledge of the Quran. During the time of Abu Bakr (RA), the Quran was not compiled into a single book, but rather existed in the form of written fragments and oral recitations. Ayesha (RA) was tasked with organizing and counting the Ayaahs, which eventually led to the compilation of the Quran during the caliphate of Uthman (RA). Her contribution in counting the Ayaahs played a crucial role in preserving the authenticity and integrity of the Quran.

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  • 47. 

    It is "Baiturrahman Grand Mosque" situated in ?

    • A.

      Jeddah

    • B.

      Jordan

    • C.

      Malaysia

    • D.

      Indonesia

    Correct Answer
    D. Indonesia
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Indonesia because the Baiturrahman Grand Mosque is located in Indonesia.

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  • 48. 

    What does Allah, the Exalted mention about the reason for creating partners (spouses) for one another ?

    • A.

      To inherit the property of wife

    • B.

      To inherit the traditional values

    • C.

      Allah says in the Quran "Allah created for you mates from among yourselves that you may dwell with them serenity & tranquility"

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Allah says in the Quran "Allah created for you mates from among yourselves that you may dwell with them serenity & tranquility"
    Explanation
    Allah, the Exalted mentions in the Quran that He created partners (spouses) for one another so that they may dwell with each other in serenity and tranquility. This implies that the reason for creating spouses is to provide companionship and emotional support to one another, fostering a peaceful and harmonious relationship. It does not mention anything about inheriting property or traditional values, making "None of the above" the correct answer.

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  • 49. 

    Do you read Quran atleast one page a day ?

    • A.

      Yes 

    • B.

      No

    Correct Answer
    A. Yes 
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "Yes". This means that the person does read at least one page of the Quran every day.

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  • 50. 

    Do you believe in Resurrection - (Life after death) ?

    • A.

      Yes

    • B.

      No

    Correct Answer
    A. Yes

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