Lesson 23 - Hadeeths 20 And 21 - The Importance Of Shame And Uprightness

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Please read the Explanation of Nawawi's 40 Hadeeths by Shaykh Al-Uthaymeen, available in English. If you are not memorising the hadeeths, then you might wish to skip the first two questions.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The first four questions are on Hadeeth 20. "From that which people took hold of from the speech of the early prophethood" means

    • A.

      A passage that the Messenger (sall Allaahu alaihi wa sallam) read in the Bible and found to be true

    • B.

      Words which Bahira, the monk, told the Messenger (sall Allaahu alaihi wa sallam) on his trip to Yemen

    • C.

      What remains of the first prophecy from the previous nations and this legislation confirms it

    • D.

      Words of revelation that are not confirmed in our religion but which are true

    Correct Answer
    C. What remains of the first prophecy from the previous nations and this legislation confirms it
    Explanation
    "From that which people took hold of from the speech of the early prophethood" refers to the teachings and prophecies that were passed down through generations from the previous nations and were still upheld during the time of the early prophethood. This answer suggests that the legislation of Islam confirms and affirms the truths that were present in the previous prophecies.

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  • 2. 

    "If you feel no shame then do as you wish" has two possible meanings which Shaykh al Uthaymeen mentions. What are they?

    • A.

      A person who is not shy will do whatever he wants and will not mind.

    • B.

      Shyness is not a praiseworthy characteristic.

    • C.

      If a person is shy often, he will not do good deeds.

    • D.

      If you are shy of doing an action but still don't withhold from doing it, then do as you wish.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. A person who is not shy will do whatever he wants and will not mind.
    D. If you are shy of doing an action but still don't withhold from doing it, then do as you wish.
    Explanation
    The first possible meaning mentioned by Shaykh al Uthaymeen is that a person who is not shy will do whatever he wants and will not mind. This suggests that lack of shame can lead to reckless behavior and disregard for societal norms and consequences. The second possible meaning is that if a person is shy of doing an action but still chooses to do it, then they can proceed and do as they wish. This implies that shyness should not prevent someone from pursuing their goals or fulfilling their obligations.

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  • 3. 

    Uqbah bin Amr was one of the Ansaar, an early convert to Islam. When Imam an Nawawi mentions his name, he tells us the name of one of the early battles that Uqbah fought at. Which battle was this?

    Correct Answer(s)
    Al Badr, Al Badar, Badr, Badar
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Badr. When Imam an Nawawi mentions Uqbah bin Amr's name, he is referring to the battle of Badr, which was one of the early battles that Uqbah fought at.

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  • 4. 

    If a person is not shy of doing something that he wishes to do, then he should do it. What exception is there to this?

    • A.

      When that action is harmful

    • B.

      When that action brings good to animals

    • C.

      When that action brings benefit to non Muslims

    • D.

      When the person is in the haram (sacred precincts)

    Correct Answer
    A. When that action is harmful
    Explanation
    The remaining questions are on Hadeeth 21.

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  • 5. 

    With regards to the statement, "I believe in Allaah."

    • A.

      This only means belief that Allaah exists.

    • B.

      This encompasses everything about Allaah, but does not include any of the other pillars of eemaan (belief)

    • C.

      It includes belief in Allaah, the Last Day, His Messenger and everything that He sent them with.

    • D.

      If includes belief in Allaah and making duaa (supplication) to his awliyaa at times of distress.

    Correct Answer
    C. It includes belief in Allaah, the Last Day, His Messenger and everything that He sent them with.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that believing in Allah encompasses belief in Allah, the Last Day, His Messenger, and everything that He sent them with. This means that it includes not only the belief in Allah's existence but also the belief in the Day of Judgment, the Prophet Muhammad, and all the teachings and guidance brought by him. It is a comprehensive belief that encompasses all aspects of faith and is not limited to just the belief in Allah's existence.

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  • 6. 

    The hadeeth of Sufyaan bin Abdilllaah proves that true faith in Allaah does not suffice without ____________________. (Clue: anagram of HUGE SPRINTS)

    Correct Answer
    uprightness
    Explanation
    The hadeeth of Sufyaan bin Abdilllaah suggests that having true faith in Allaah is not enough on its own, but it must also be accompanied by uprightness. This implies that merely believing in Allaah is insufficient; one must also strive to lead a righteous and upright life in accordance with His teachings and commandments.

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  • 7. 

    Tick/check the three true statements about Sufyaan's style of questioning.

    • A.

      Sufyaan was intelligent in his choice of question.

    • B.

      It is not permissible to ask vague questions.

    • C.

      The Companions were eager to ask questions about things that would benefit them in this life and the Hereafter.

    • D.

      Sufyaan's question was remarkable and decisive.

    • E.

      Sufyaan would have attained more benefit if he had asked some fiqh questions instead.

    • F.

      The answer was so short that it cannot be considered comprehensive.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Sufyaan was intelligent in his choice of question.
    C. The Companions were eager to ask questions about things that would benefit them in this life and the Hereafter.
    D. Sufyaan's question was remarkable and decisive.
    Explanation
    Sufyaan's choice of question was intelligent because he asked about something that would benefit him in this life and the Hereafter. The Companions were also eager to ask questions about such topics. Sufyaan's question was remarkable and decisive, indicating that it was well thought out and had a clear purpose.

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