Lesson 24 - Hadeeth 22 - Four Things That Are Enough For Paradise

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Lesson 24 - Hadeeth 22 - Four Things That Are Enough For Paradise - Quiz

Please read the Explanation of Nawawi's 40 Hadeeths by Shyakh 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 Companion who narrated this hadeeth was Jaabir. His father and son had the same name. What was it?

    Correct Answer(s)
    Abdullaah, Abdullah, Abd Allaah, Abd Allaah, Abdallaah, Abdallah
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Abdullaah. The question states that the Companion who narrated the hadith was Jaabir, and it mentions that his father and son had the same name. Since the options provided include variations of the name Abdullaah, it can be inferred that this was the name shared by Jaabir's father and son.

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  • 2. 

    Zakaah and Hajj are also pillars of Islam, but are not mentioned in this hadeeth. What are the possible reasons for this? (Tick/check the three correct answers)

    • A.

      They are the least important of the pillars. They are the least important pillars of Islaam.

    • B.

      They only occur once a year, whereas the other pillars occur more often.

    • C.

      It is permissible to leave them out of choice.

    • D.

      They are already included in the words "Treat the prohibited as prohibited".

    • E.

      The incident might have occurred before Hajj became obligatory.

    • F.

      The might might have been a poor man who did not have any zakaah to pay.

    Correct Answer(s)
    D. They are already included in the words "Treat the prohibited as prohibited".
    E. The incident might have occurred before Hajj became obligatory.
    F. The might might have been a poor man who did not have any zakaah to pay.
    Explanation
    The possible reasons for Zakaah and Hajj not being mentioned in this hadeeth could be that they are already included in the words "Treat the prohibited as prohibited", indicating that fulfilling these obligations is already implied. Additionally, the incident might have occurred before Hajj became obligatory, so it wouldn't have been relevant to mention it. Lastly, the person in the incident might have been a poor man who did not have any Zakaah to pay, so it wouldn't have been applicable in that specific situation.

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  • 3. 

    Choose the correct answer.

    • A.

      The question shows the reluctance of the companions to do good deeds.

    • B.

      The question shows the enthusiasm of the companions in asking beneficial questions.

    • C.

      The hadeeth shows the ignorance of the companions that they had to ask questions.

    Correct Answer
    B. The question shows the enthusiasm of the companions in asking beneficial questions.
    Explanation
    The answer suggests that the companions were enthusiastic about asking beneficial questions. This implies that they were actively seeking knowledge and guidance, which is a positive trait.

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  • 4. 

    Whose original collection of hadeeths (source book) can this hadeeth be found in.

    Correct Answer
    Muslim, Imam Muslim
    Explanation
    This hadeeth can be found in the original collection of hadeeths by Imam Muslim. Imam Muslim is known for his compilation of authentic hadeeths in his book called "Sahih Muslim".

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  • 5. 

    Is it possible to enter Paradise without doing anything further to the four things mentioned in this hadeeth?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    It is possible to enter Paradise without doing anything further to the four things mentioned in this hadeeth.

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  • 6. 

    Ramadaan is between which two months?

    • A.

      Muharram and Safar

    • B.

      Dhul Qa'dah and Dhul Hijjah

    • C.

      Shawwaal and Sha'baan

    • D.

      Rajab and Rabiul Awwal

    Correct Answer
    C. Shawwaal and Sha'baan
    Explanation
    Ramadaan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It is preceded by the month of Sha'baan and followed by the month of Shawwaal. Therefore, Ramadaan is between Shawwaal and Sha'baan.

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  • 7. 

    Tick/check the four things mentioned in this hadeeth:

    • A.

      Initiating the greeting of salaam to another Muslim

    • B.

      Praying the obligatory prayers

    • C.

      Giving the zakaah

    • D.

      Treating the lawful as lawful (believing it to be lawful)

    • E.

      Treating the recommended as recommended and doing as much of it as possible

    • F.

      Treating the haraam as haraam (abstaining form it believing it to be haraam)

    • G.

      Praying the sunnah/rawaatib prayers regularly

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Praying the obligatory prayers
    C. Giving the zakaah
    D. Treating the lawful as lawful (believing it to be lawful)
    F. Treating the haraam as haraam (abstaining form it believing it to be haraam)
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes four things mentioned in the hadeeth: praying the obligatory prayers, giving the zakaah, treating the lawful as lawful (believing it to be lawful), and treating the haraam as haraam (abstaining from it believing it to be haraam). These actions reflect a Muslim's commitment to fulfilling their religious obligations, maintaining ethical behavior, and adhering to the principles of Islam. By performing the obligatory prayers and giving zakaah, Muslims demonstrate their devotion to Allah and their responsibility towards others. Additionally, treating the lawful as lawful and the haraam as haraam reflects a person's understanding and adherence to the teachings of Islam.

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