Tafseer - Faatihah 1

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  • 1. 

    What is the Qur'aan?

    • A.

      The Speech of Jibreel

    • B.

      Poetry which is so good that no-one can imitate it

    • C.

      Copied from the previous Scriptures (like the Torah and the Bible)

    • D.

      The Speech of Allaah

    Correct Answer
    D. The Speech of Allaah
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The Speech of Allaah." The Qur'an is believed to be the literal words of Allah as revealed to the Prophet Muhammad through the angel Jibreel (Gabriel). It is considered the holy book of Islam and is regarded as the ultimate source of guidance and authority for Muslims. The Qur'an is not considered poetry or a copy of previous scriptures, but rather the direct speech of Allah himself.

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  • 2. 

    What did the disbelievers accuse the Prophet sallAllaahu'alaihiwasallam of being?

    • A.

      A madman

    • B.

      Someone who wrote down the Qur'aan himself

    • C.

      A liar

    • D.

      Someone who told people the tales of the ancients

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. A madman
    C. A liar
    D. Someone who told people the tales of the ancients
    Explanation
    The disbelievers accused the Prophet sallAllaahu'alaihiwasallam of being a madman because they could not comprehend the divine revelations he received. They also accused him of being a liar because they refused to accept the truth he preached. Additionally, they accused him of telling people the tales of the ancients, suggesting that he was inventing stories rather than conveying a divine message.

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  • 3. 

    How do we understand the Qur'aan?

    • A.

      By studying other aayaat from the Qur'aan

    • B.

      By studying the explanations of the Companions

    • C.

      By making up our own explanations

    • D.

      By studying the hadeeth of the Prophet sallAllaahu'alaihiwasallam

    • E.

      By seeing what philosophers say

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. By studying other aayaat from the Qur'aan
    B. By studying the explanations of the Companions
    D. By studying the hadeeth of the Prophet sallAllaahu'alaihiwasallam
    Explanation
    To understand the Qur'an, it is important to study other verses from the Qur'an itself, as it provides a comprehensive and interconnected understanding of its teachings. Additionally, studying the explanations of the Companions is crucial as they were the closest to the Prophet Muhammad and had direct knowledge and understanding of the Qur'an. Lastly, studying the hadith of the Prophet sallAllaahu'alaihiwasallam is essential as it provides further context and clarification on the teachings of the Qur'an. This multi-faceted approach ensures a comprehensive understanding of the Qur'an's message.

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  • 4. 

    Which of these people were scholars of tafseer?

    • A.

      As-Saaboonee

    • B.

      Ibn Katheer

    • C.

      Bukhaaree

    • D.

      At-Tabaree

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Ibn Katheer
    D. At-Tabaree
    Explanation
    Ibn Katheer and at-Tabaree were scholars of tafseer. They were known for their extensive knowledge and expertise in interpreting the Quran. Both Ibn Katheer and at-Tabaree have written renowned works on tafseer, which are widely studied and respected in the field of Islamic studies. Their contributions to the understanding of the Quran have had a significant impact on the scholarly community and continue to be influential to this day.

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  • 5. 

    What year did the most recent scholar of tafseer (mentioned in Q4) die, according to the Hijri calendar?

    • A.

      2014

    • B.

      310

    • C.

      774

    • D.

      10

    Correct Answer
    C. 774
    Explanation
    The most recent scholar of tafseer mentioned in Q4 died in the year 774 according to the Hijri calendar.

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  • 6. 

    Which of these statements about Soorat-ul-Faatihah are correct?

    • A.

      It is called Soorat-ul-Kursee

    • B.

      It is called the 'Mother of the Book' (Umm ul Kitaab)

    • C.

      It is called the 'Seven oft-repeated verses' (as-Sab'-ul Mathaanee)

    • D.

      It is the best aayah in the Qur'aan

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. It is called the 'Mother of the Book' (Umm ul Kitaab)
    C. It is called the 'Seven oft-repeated verses' (as-Sab'-ul Mathaanee)
    Explanation
    Soorat-ul-Faatihah is called the 'Mother of the Book' (Umm ul Kitaab) because it is considered to be the essence and foundation of the entire Qur'aan. It is also called the 'Seven oft-repeated verses' (as-Sab'-ul Mathaanee) because it is recited in every unit of the Muslim prayer, making it one of the most frequently recited verses in the Qur'aan. However, it is not referred to as Soorat-ul-Kursee, and while it is highly regarded, it is not explicitly stated to be the best aayah in the Qur'aan.

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  • 7. 

    How can we have a conversation with Allaah?

    • A.

      By going through a soofee saint

    • B.

      By reciting Soorat-ul-Faatihah in our salaah

    • C.

      By using the telephone

    Correct Answer
    B. By reciting Soorat-ul-Faatihah in our salaah
    Explanation
    By reciting Soorat-ul-Faatihah in our salaah, we can have a conversation with Allah. Soorat-ul-Faatihah is the opening chapter of the Quran and is considered a conversation with Allah. It is recited in every unit of the Muslim prayer (salaah), allowing individuals to communicate with Allah and seek guidance, forgiveness, and blessings. This chapter serves as a means of connecting with Allah and expressing one's thoughts, desires, and gratitude, establishing a spiritual conversation with the Almighty.

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