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A sIMPLE QUIZ JUST TO CLARIFY SUM THING ABOUT FOREMoST AND IMPORTANT PILLAR of Islam namaz


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    If you will not offer you prayer at home your houses will be like ?

    • A.

      Graveyard

    • B.

      Hell

    • C.

      Paradise

    Correct Answer
    A. Graveyard
    Explanation
    If you do not offer your prayer at home, your houses will be like a graveyard. This implies that without prayer, the atmosphere in your home will be lifeless, devoid of spirituality, and lacking in peace and tranquility. Just as a graveyard is a place where there is no life, the absence of prayer in your home will result in a similar atmosphere.

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  • 2. 

    At what age namaz will be farz upon you?

    • A.

      10

    • B.

      7

    • C.

      12

    Correct Answer
    B. 7
    Explanation
    Namaz (prayer) becomes obligatory (farz) upon reaching the age of 7. This is based on the Islamic tradition where children are encouraged to start practicing and learning the basic tenets of Islam at an early age. At the age of 7, children are considered to have reached a level of maturity where they can understand and perform the obligatory acts of worship, including the five daily prayers.

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  • 3. 

    In Islamic prayer (Salat or Namaz), which direction are Muslims required to face when performing their daily prayers?

    • A.

      Qiblah

    • B.

      Direction of the highest minaret in the world

    • C.

      Towards east 

    • D.

      Direction of the birthplace of Prophet Muhammad

    Correct Answer
    A. Qiblah
    Explanation
    In Islamic prayer (Salat or Namaz), Muslims are required to face the Qiblah. The Qiblah refers to the direction of the Ka’aba–the sacred cubic monument that is found in Makkah (Mecca), in modern-day Saudi Arabia. This direction is followed wherever they are in the world. It’s important to note that although the Qiblah faces the Ka’aba in Makkah, Muslims direct their worship only to Almighty God, the Creator. The Ka’aba is merely a focal point for the entire Muslim world, not an object of worship. The other options, direction of the birthplace of Prophet Muhammad, direction of the oldest mosque in the world, and direction of the highest minaret in the world, are not universally applicable to all Muslims around the world.

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  • 4. 

    What is Namaz-e-Qsar

    • A.

      Namaz in masjid

    • B.

      Namaz at home

    • C.

      Namaz while travelling

    Correct Answer
    C. Namaz while travelling
    Explanation
    Namaz-e-Qasar refers to the shortened version of the regular Muslim prayer (namaz) that is performed while traveling. When a person is on a journey, they are allowed to shorten their prayers to make it more convenient. This is done by performing only two rakats (units) instead of the usual four rakats for each prayer. Namaz-e-Qasar allows travelers to fulfill their religious obligations while also considering the practicalities of being on the move.

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  • 5. 

    For which namaz there is no change in Qsar and the actual one?

    • A.

      Fajar

    • B.

      Mughrib

    • C.

      Asar

    Correct Answer
    A. Fajar
    Explanation
    The question is asking which namaz (prayer) does not have any change in Qsar (shortening) and is performed in its actual form. The correct answer is "fajar" (also known as Fajr), which is the pre-dawn prayer and is performed with its full length and without any shortening.

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  • 6. 

    If you dont know where is the Qibla how will u offer your farz namaz?

    • A.

      Will offer where i think qibla wud be

    • B.

      Will nt offer until i'll knw no matter ihave to skip the namaz

    • C.

      Will do qaza

    Correct Answer
    A. Will offer where i think qibla wud be
    Explanation
    When someone is unsure of the exact direction of the Qibla, they can make an educated guess based on their knowledge or use tools such as a compass or smartphone applications to determine the approximate direction. It is permissible to pray in the general direction of the Qibla if the exact direction is unknown. The intention to face the Qibla is what matters, and the prayer is still valid even if it is later discovered that the direction was slightly off.

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  • 7. 

    If I have time but still was in travelling is it right to offer the actual prayer rather then shortening it?

    • A.

      Yes

    • B.

      May be

    • C.

      No i'll offer qsar as its a charity bestowed on us from Allah (swt)

    Correct Answer
    C. No i'll offer qsar as its a charity bestowed on us from Allah (swt)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "no, I'll offer Qasar as it's a charity bestowed on us from Allah (swt)". This answer suggests that even if the person has time but is still traveling, they should shorten their prayer (Qasar) as it is considered a form of charity given to us by Allah. This implies that it is more appropriate to prioritize the act of charity over offering the full-length prayer in this situation.

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  • 8. 

    Which is the correct combination for prostration (sajda)?

    • A.

      Forehead, arms, hands, legs, knees

    • B.

      Forehead and nose, hands, knees, lower part of your feet(toes n fingers)

    • C.

      Forehead , hands, knees.feet

    Correct Answer
    B. Forehead and nose, hands, knees, lower part of your feet(toes n fingers)
    Explanation
    The correct combination for prostration (sajda) is to place your forehead and nose, hands, knees, and the lower part of your feet (toes and fingers) on the ground. This is the proper posture for performing sajda in Islamic prayer.

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  • 9. 

    Which namaz is best after farz namaz?

    • A.

      Ishrak

    • B.

      No other then farz namaz

    • C.

      Tahajud

    Correct Answer
    C. Tahajud
    Explanation
    Tahajud is considered the best prayer after the obligatory (farz) prayers. It is a voluntary prayer that is performed during the late hours of the night. It is highly recommended and holds great spiritual significance. The time of Tahajud prayer is considered a blessed time when one can seek closeness to Allah and engage in sincere worship. Performing Tahajud demonstrates a higher level of devotion and dedication to one's faith.

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  • 10. 

    Can we skip namaz during war?

    • A.

      Yes

    • B.

      No, theres no excuse for any situation

    • C.

      Situational

    Correct Answer
    B. No, theres no excuse for any situation
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "no, there's no excuse for any situation." This means that regardless of the circumstances, one should not skip namaz (Islamic prayer) during war. This answer suggests that religious obligations should be fulfilled regardless of external factors or situations.

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