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Darul Aman Online Quran Learning - Quiz

This Quiz is brought to you by Ustada Mubeena Khanam - President Darul Aman. It has been prepared to let people know more about the Life of Prophet Muhammad and increase there knowledge about Quran and Lives Of Sahaba. May Allah accept our efforts.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Kis Surah ko "Qalbul Quran" (Quran ka dil) kaha jaata hai?

    • A.

      Surah Yaseen

    • B.

      Surah Alaq

    • C.

      Surah Teen

    • D.

      Surah Mujadilah

    Correct Answer
    A. Surah Yaseen
    Explanation
    Surah Yaseen is referred to as "Qalbul Quran" because it holds a central position in the Quran and encompasses the core themes and messages of the Quran. It addresses the fundamental beliefs of Islam, the concept of resurrection, and the consequences of disbelief. Surah Yaseen is also known for its profound impact on the hearts of the readers and its ability to provide solace and guidance. Hence, it is called "Qalbul Quran" or the heart of the Quran.

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  • 2. 

    Quran main konsa nabi ka naam sab se zyaada martaba aaya hai?

    • A.

      Ibrahim (AS)

    • B.

      Ayub (AS)

    • C.

      Moosa (AS)

    • D.

      Ishaq (AS)

    Correct Answer
    C. Moosa (AS)
    Explanation
    Moosa (AS) is the correct answer because he is mentioned the most frequently in the Quran compared to the other prophets mentioned in the options. The story of Moosa (AS) is extensively covered in the Quran, including his birth, his mission to free the Israelites from the tyranny of Pharaoh, the miracles he performed, and his interactions with Allah. The Quran highlights the significance of Moosa (AS) and his teachings, making him the prophet with the most mentions in the holy book.

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  • 3. 

    Muhammad (SAWS) ki kitni  biwiyan thi?

    • A.

      5

    • B.

      8

    • C.

      10

    • D.

      11

    Correct Answer
    D. 11
    Explanation
    Muhammad (SAWS) had 11 wives in total.

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  • 4. 

    Muhammad (SAWS) ki konsi zowjah ka nikah asmanoun main huwa tha? 

    • A.

      Hafsa Binte Umar

    • B.

      Zainab Binte Jahash

    • C.

      Ayesha Binte Abu Bakr

    • D.

      Umm Kulthoom

    Correct Answer
    B. Zainab Binte Jahash
    Explanation
    Zainab Binte Jahash was the wife of the Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) whose marriage was solemnized in the heavens.

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  • 5. 

    Kis Sahabi ka laqab "Sayyad-ush-Shuhada" tha?

    • A.

      Hussain

    • B.

      Zaid

    • C.

      Hamza

    • D.

      Jafar

    Correct Answer
    C. Hamza
    Explanation
    Hamza was given the title "Sayyad-ush-Shuhada," which translates to "the leader of the martyrs." This title was given to him because of his bravery and valor in battle. Hamza was a close companion of Prophet Muhammad and played a significant role in defending and spreading Islam. He was known for his courage and fearlessness, which ultimately led to his martyrdom in the Battle of Uhud.

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  • 6. 

    Kounse Sahabi ko Rasool ullah ne "Saifullah" ka laqab diya tha?

    • A.

      Khalid Ibn Walid

    • B.

      Amr Ibn Al Aas

    • C.

      Ali Ibn Abi Talib

    • D.

      Abu Bakr

    Correct Answer
    A. Khalid Ibn Walid
    Explanation
    Khalid Ibn Walid was given the title "Saifullah" by Prophet Muhammad. This title means "Sword of Allah" and was given to Khalid Ibn Walid due to his exceptional skills and bravery in battle. He played a significant role in the early Islamic conquests and was known for his military strategies and leadership. This title was a recognition of his prowess and his dedication to defending and spreading the message of Islam.

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  • 7. 

    Islam ke Pehle Daae kaun thai jisko Rasoolullah ne Madina bhejata?

    • A.

      Muaz Ibn Jabal

    • B.

      Ikrima Ibn Abi Jahal

    • C.

      Uthman Ibn Affan

    • D.

      Musab Ibn Umair

    Correct Answer
    D. Musab Ibn Umair
    Explanation
    Musab Ibn Umair was the person whom Prophet Muhammad sent to Madina as the first missionary (Da'i) of Islam. He was chosen for this important role due to his intelligence, eloquence, and ability to connect with people. Musab played a crucial role in spreading the message of Islam in Madina and was instrumental in the conversion of many people to the faith. His efforts laid the foundation for the establishment of a strong Muslim community in Madina and contributed significantly to the early success of Islam.

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  • 8. 

    Jibrael kis Sahaba ke shakal main aate?

    • A.

      Zaid ibn Hairth

    • B.

      Dahiya Kalbi

    • C.

      Musab Ibn Umair

    • D.

      Abdullah ibn Umar

    Correct Answer
    B. Dahiya Kalbi
  • 9. 

    Surah "Gaafir" ka doosra naam kya hai?

    • A.

      Moomin

    • B.

      Mominoon

    • C.

      Mudassir

    • D.

      Muzammil

    Correct Answer
    A. Moomin
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Moomin." This is because the question asks for the second name of Surah "Gaafir," and out of the given options, "Moomin" is the only one that matches. The other options, "Mominoon," "Mudassir," and "Muzammil," do not correspond to the given Surah.

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  • 10. 

    Hazrat Umar ko kis shaqs ne shaheed kiya?

    • A.

      Shoaib

    • B.

      Rustom

    • C.

      Musannah

    • D.

      Abu Feroz

    Correct Answer
    D. Abu Feroz
    Explanation
    Abu Feroz is the correct answer because he is the person who martyred Hazrat Umar.

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  • 11. 

    Kis Sahabi ka laqab "Fateh-e-Misr" (Conqeror of Egypt) hai?

    • A.

      Abdullah

    • B.

      Amr Ibn Al Aas

    • C.

      Muawiya Ibn Abu Sufiyan

    • D.

      Saad Ibn Abi Waqqas

    Correct Answer
    B. Amr Ibn Al Aas
    Explanation
    Amr Ibn Al Aas is known as the "Conqueror of Egypt" because he successfully led the Muslim conquest of Egypt in the 7th century. He was a companion of Prophet Muhammad and played a significant role in the early Islamic conquests. Amr Ibn Al Aas was appointed as the commander of the Muslim army sent to conquer Egypt, and under his leadership, the Muslims were able to capture the region from the Byzantine Empire. This conquest marked a major turning point in the spread of Islam in North Africa.

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  • 12. 

    Rasoolullah ki Akhri (Last) Zawjah (wife) ka naam bataiye?

    • A.

      Maria

    • B.

      Hafsa Binte Umar

    • C.

      Maimoona Binte Harith

    • D.

      Fatima Binte Khattab

    Correct Answer
    C. Maimoona Binte Harith
    Explanation
    Maimoona Binte Harith is believed to be the last wife of Rasoolullah (Prophet Muhammad). She was a widow and the marriage took place in the 7th year of Hijra. Maimoona was known for her piety and devotion to Islam. She was also known for her generosity and kindness towards the poor and needy. Maimoona played an important role in supporting and caring for the Prophet during his final years.

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  • 13. 

    Kaunsi Hijri main Sulah Hudaibiyah hui?

    • A.

      8

    • B.

      7

    • C.

      5

    • D.

      6

    Correct Answer
    D. 6
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 6. This refers to the Hijri year in which the Treaty of Hudaibiyah took place. The Treaty of Hudaibiyah was a peace agreement between the Prophet Muhammad and the Quraysh tribe in 628 CE. It allowed for a temporary truce and ended hostilities between the two parties. This treaty was significant as it allowed the Muslims to peacefully enter Mecca the following year, leading to the eventual conquest of the city by the Muslims.

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  • 14. 

    Banu Khazraj ke Sardaar ka naam bataiye?

    • A.

      Muad Ibn Jabal

    • B.

      Abdullah Ibn Rawaha

    • C.

      Saad Ibn Ubaidah

    • D.

      Bilal Ibn Rabia

    Correct Answer
    C. Saad Ibn Ubaidah
    Explanation
    Saad Ibn Ubaidah is the correct answer because he was the leader (Sardaar) of Banu Khazraj. Muad Ibn Jabal, Abdullah Ibn Rawaha, and Bilal Ibn Rabia were important figures in early Islam, but they were not specifically leaders of Banu Khazraj. Therefore, Saad Ibn Ubaidah is the most suitable option for the given question.

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  • 15. 

    9th Hijri main, Rasoolullah ne "Ameer-e-Hajj" kisko banake bheja?

    • A.

      Ali Ibn Abi Talib

    • B.

      Abu Bakr

    • C.

      Safwan Ibn Umayyah

    • D.

      Abdullah Ibn Ubai

    Correct Answer
    B. Abu Bakr
    Explanation
    In the 9th Hijri, Rasoolullah (peace be upon him) appointed Abu Bakr as the "Ameer-e-Hajj" or the leader of the Hajj pilgrimage. This means that Abu Bakr was given the responsibility of leading the Muslims in performing the rituals of Hajj and ensuring the smooth organization of the pilgrimage. This decision shows the trust and confidence that Rasoolullah had in Abu Bakr's leadership abilities and his commitment to fulfilling this important role.

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