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  • 1. 

    Name the first Surah that was revealed in its complete form.

    • A.

      Muzzamil

    • B.

      Alaq

    • C.

      Fatihah

    Correct Answer
    C. Fatihah
    Explanation
    Many sources indicate that al-Fātiḥah was the initial complete Surah unveiled to Muhammad. The term Al-Fatiha, meaning "the Opener," may denote its position as the foremost surah in the Mus'hafs, the first recitation in every rakat of salah, or its frequent use as an inaugural prayer in various Islamic traditions.

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  • 2. 

    Root for the word رجیم (Rajeem) is

    • A.

      ر ج م

    • B.

      ر م ج

    • C.

      ج ی م

    Correct Answer
    A. ر ج م
    Explanation
    The root for the word "رجیم" (Rajeem) is "ر ج م" because these three letters are the basic building blocks of the word and cannot be further broken down into smaller units.

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  • 3. 

    Meaning of the word حمد (Hamd)

    • A.

      The praise

    • B.

      Gratitude

    • C.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. All of the above
    Explanation
    The word "حمد" (Hamd) has multiple meanings, including "praise" and "gratitude". Therefore, the correct answer is "All of the above" because all the given options accurately describe the meaning of the word "حمد".

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  • 4. 

    The word عبد (Abd) means

    • A.

      Slave & worship

    • B.

      Submission & obedience

    • C.

      Subjection & Servitude.

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The word "عبد" (Abd) in Arabic has multiple meanings, including slave, worship, submission, obedience, subjection, and servitude. Therefore, the correct answer is "All of the above" because all of these meanings accurately represent the word "عبد" in Arabic.

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  • 5. 

    The root word forاھدنا  (Ihdina) 

    • A.

      ھ د ی

    • B.

      ھ د و

    • C.

      ھ و د

    Correct Answer
    A. ھ د ی
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "ھ د ی". This is because the root word for "اھدنا" (Ihdina) is "ھ د ی". The other options "ھ د و" and "ھ و د" do not form the root word of "اھدنا".

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  • 6. 

    Al-Baqarah is the

    • A.

      Longest Surah of Quran

    • B.

      Last surah revealed

    Correct Answer
    A. Longest Surah of Quran
    Explanation
    The given answer states that Al-Baqarah is the longest Surah of the Quran. This means that it has the highest number of verses compared to other Surahs in the Quran. The length of a Surah can vary, with some being very short and others being longer. However, Al-Baqarah is known for its extensive content and is considered the longest Surah in the Quran.

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  • 7. 

    Al-Baqarah is a Madani Surah

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      Incorrect

    Correct Answer
    A. Correct
    Explanation
    Al-Baqarah is a Madani Surah because it was revealed in Madinah after the migration of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) from Makkah to Madinah. The Surah contains many verses that address the specific issues and challenges faced by the Muslim community in Madinah at that time. Additionally, the themes and content of Al-Baqarah reflect the establishment of a new society and the formation of laws and regulations for the Muslim community in Madinah.

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  • 8. 

    Three qualities of Muttaqeen: Believe in unseen, perform salah, spending.

    • A.

      Is in the 3rd ayah of Al-Baqarah

    • B.

      In the 5th Ayah

    • C.

      In 7th Ayah

    Correct Answer
    A. Is in the 3rd ayah of Al-Baqarah
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Is in the 3rd ayah of Al-Baqarah." This means that the three qualities of Muttaqeen, which are believing in the unseen, performing salah (prayer), and spending, can be found in the 3rd ayah of the chapter Al-Baqarah in the Quran.

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  • 9. 

    Ayah 8 of Al-Baqarah "And of mankind, there are some  who say: "We believe in Allah and the last day" while in fact they believe not."

    • A.

      Is about disbelievers

    • B.

      About hypocrities

    • C.

      About idol worshippers

    Correct Answer
    B. About hypocrities
    Explanation
    This ayah (verse) from Surah Al-Baqarah talks about hypocrites. It highlights the existence of individuals who claim to believe in Allah and the Last Day, but in reality, they do not truly believe. These hypocrites deceive others by pretending to have faith but internally harbor disbelief. The verse emphasizes the importance of sincerity and warns against hypocrisy in religious matters.

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  • 10. 

    Al Baqarah ayah 10 "disease of the heart" means;

    • A.

      Jealousy, grudge, hypocrisy.

    • B.

      Clogged arteries

    Correct Answer
    A. Jealousy, grudge, hypocrisy.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is jealousy, grudge, hypocrisy. This is because in the context of Al Baqarah ayah 10, the phrase "disease of the heart" refers to negative emotions and attitudes such as jealousy, holding grudges, and hypocrisy. These qualities corrupt the heart and hinder a person's spiritual growth and relationship with Allah.

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  • 11. 

    According to Islam, If a man’s activities (looking good at the moment) result in mischief, then the activity is rejected. And an act (no matter how bad/ difficult it may seem ) is considered good if the end result of that act is good.

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      Incorrect

    Correct Answer
    A. Correct
    Explanation
    According to Islam, the morality of an activity is determined by its consequences. If a man's actions result in mischief, regardless of how good they may seem in the moment, they are considered rejected. On the other hand, even if an act seems bad or difficult, it is considered good if the end result is positive. This belief emphasizes the importance of considering the long-term effects and outcomes of our actions, rather than just focusing on immediate gratification.

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  • 12. 

    ھدی- ضلل (guidance-going astray)are opposites, available at each other’s cost.

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      Incorrect

    Correct Answer
    A. Correct
    Explanation
    The given statement states that "ھدی- ضلل" (guidance-going astray) are opposites and are available at each other's cost. This implies that when one is present, the other is absent. Therefore, the correct answer is "Correct" because it aligns with the statement provided.

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  • 13. 

    In the begining of Surah Baqarah we see that humans are divided into three groups; 1) Non Believers2) ------------3) Hypocrites

    Correct Answer
    Believers
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Believers" because in the beginning of Surah Baqarah, it is mentioned that humans are divided into three groups: non-believers, believers, and hypocrites.

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  • 14. 

    Ayah 21 of Surah Baqarah, Allah has addressed

    • A.

      All human beings

    • B.

      Hypocrites

    • C.

      Disbelievers

    Correct Answer
    A. All human beings
    Explanation
    In Ayah 21 of Surah Baqarah, Allah has addressed all human beings. This means that the message conveyed in this verse is applicable to every individual, regardless of their beliefs or actions. Allah is addressing all of humanity and conveying a universal message that is relevant to everyone, emphasizing the importance of following His guidance and avoiding hypocrisy and disbelief. This verse serves as a reminder for all human beings to reflect on their actions and strive towards righteousness.

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  • 15. 

    Quran uses parables of insignificant creatures.

    • A.

      To explain something,

    • B.

      To test the believers

    • C.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. All of the above
    Explanation
    The Quran uses parables of insignificant creatures to explain something, to test the believers, and for various other purposes. Parables are often used in religious texts to convey deeper meanings and lessons in a relatable and understandable way. By using examples from the natural world, such as insignificant creatures, the Quran can effectively communicate complex concepts to its readers. Additionally, parables can serve as a test for believers, challenging their understanding and interpretation of the teachings in the Quran. Therefore, the correct answer is "All of the above."

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  • 16. 

    Islam is all about rituals of worship, clothing and food. It is not intrested in correcting anyone who is deficient in fulfiling the rights of human beings.

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      Incorrect

    Correct Answer
    B. Incorrect
    Explanation
    This statement is incorrect. Islam is not just about rituals of worship, clothing, and food. It is a comprehensive way of life that encompasses all aspects of human existence, including social, economic, and political aspects. Islam emphasizes the importance of fulfilling the rights of human beings and promotes justice, compassion, and equality. Therefore, the statement that Islam is not interested in correcting anyone who is deficient in fulfilling the rights of human beings is incorrect.

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  • 17. 

    A breaker of blood relationship will not enter paradise.

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      Incorrect

    Correct Answer
    A. Correct
    Explanation
    The statement suggests that someone who breaks a blood relationship, such as a family member or relative, will not be granted entry into paradise. This implies that maintaining and valuing family ties is an important aspect of one's spiritual journey and is necessary for attaining salvation or eternal happiness.

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  • 18. 

    Which surah (chapter) of the Quran is known as the heart of the Quran?  

    • A.

      Al-Fatiha 

    • B.

      Ar-Rahman 

    • C.

      Al-Ikhlas 

    • D.

      Ya-Sin

    Correct Answer
    D. Ya-Sin
    Explanation
     Surah Ya-Sin is often referred to as the "heart of the Quran" by many Muslim scholars and for many Muslims around the world. It holds a special place due to its emphasis on the Quran itself as a divine source of wisdom and its stress on the importance of the belief in the Oneness of Allah, the finality of the prophethood of Muhammad (PBUH), and the Resurrection Day.

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  • 19. 

    Shaitan did not prostrate to Adam (AS) because

    • A.

      Jealous of Adam (AS) superiority

    • B.

      Shaitan got confused

    • C.

      Shaitan forgot

    Correct Answer
    A. Jealous of Adam (AS) superiority
    Explanation
    Shaitan did not prostrate to Adam (AS) because he was jealous of Adam's superiority. This suggests that Shaitan's refusal to prostrate was driven by envy towards Adam's elevated status or position.

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  • 20. 

    Who ate the forbidden fruit first?

    • A.

      Adam (AS)

    • B.

      Hawwa (AS)

    • C.

      Both of them

    Correct Answer
    C. Both of them
    Explanation
    Both Adam and Hawwa (Eve) ate the forbidden fruit first. In the biblical story of Adam and Eve, they were both tempted by the serpent to eat the fruit from the forbidden tree of knowledge in the Garden of Eden. Despite God's command not to eat from that tree, both Adam and Hawwa succumbed to temptation and ate the fruit, leading to their expulsion from paradise.

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  • 21. 

    When the children of Israel apostated (started worshipping golden cow) why were the righteous people of the nation were asked by Allah to kill the sinners among them. 

    • A.

      Just like our physical world our religious world is also governed by (strict/special) laws

    • B.

      There are different degree of sins, minor ones can be forgiven by repentence but the major ones require severe punishment.

    • C.

      The creator has all the rights to create, or takeaway the life of his creation.

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The given answer, "All of the above," is correct because all of the statements mentioned in the options provide valid explanations for why the righteous people of the nation were asked by Allah to kill the sinners among them. The situation of the children of Israel apostating and worshipping the golden cow was a major sin that required severe punishment. In the religious world, just like in the physical world, there are laws that govern behavior, and different degrees of sins exist, with major sins necessitating severe consequences. Additionally, as the creator, Allah has the authority to create or take away the life of his creation.

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  • 22. 

    Why did Allah mention the "Killing of the sons of Bani Israel and leaving their women alive" as a trial from Allah, and not from Pharoah?

    • A.

      Every thing in this world happens for a reason and falls under the principle of Allah (Law of nature)

    • B.

      If a nation has weak Eman then Allah does not help them agaisnt tyrant rulers.

    • C.

      Because the Israelites were ruled by Pharaoh for a long time, they had stopped resisting against his crulities. That was a punishment from Allah.

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above". This is because all the statements provided in the options contribute to explaining why Allah mentioned the killing of the sons of Bani Israel and leaving their women alive as a trial from Allah, and not from Pharaoh. The first statement emphasizes that everything in this world happens for a reason and falls under the principle of Allah, indicating that the trial was a part of Allah's plan. The second statement suggests that weak Eman (faith) prevents Allah from helping a nation against tyrant rulers, implying that the trial was a consequence of the Israelites' weak faith. Lastly, the third statement highlights that the Israelites had stopped resisting against Pharaoh's cruelties, which can be seen as a punishment from Allah.

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  • 23. 

     When Bani Israel's asked Allah to give them cucumber, garlic, lentil and  spinich to eat, why was it not appriciated?

    • A.

      They asked for all this at a time when Allah was already providing them with food from heavens so that they can spare all their time and effort for the establishment of Allah's preaching.

    • B.

      Meat is better than vegatables

    • C.

      Vegetables are not good for health

    Correct Answer
    A. They asked for all this at a time when Allah was already providing them with food from heavens so that they can spare all their time and effort for the establishment of Allah's preaching.
    Explanation
    The Bani Israel's request for cucumber, garlic, lentil, and spinach was not appreciated because Allah was already providing them with food from heavens. This divine provision was meant to free them from the need to spend time and effort on acquiring food, allowing them to focus on spreading Allah's teachings and establishing his message.

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  • 24. 

    The story of yellow cow tells us that

    • A.

      It was just a story with no special message

    • B.

      Too much questioning in religion( for the sake of argument) is not good.

    Correct Answer
    B. Too much questioning in religion( for the sake of argument) is not good.
    Explanation
    The story of the yellow cow suggests that excessive questioning in religion, solely for the purpose of arguing, is not beneficial. The story implies that constantly challenging religious beliefs without genuine interest or seeking knowledge can lead to negative consequences. It emphasizes the importance of approaching religious discussions with sincerity and genuine curiosity rather than engaging in arguments for the sake of it.

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  • 25. 

    Abrogation is   نسَخْ 

    • A.

      Forgetting the old rule

    • B.

      Substituting a new regulation in the place of the old one

    Correct Answer
    B. Substituting a new regulation in the place of the old one
    Explanation
    Abrogation refers to the act of substituting a new regulation in the place of an old one. It involves replacing or revoking an existing rule or law with a new one. This term is commonly used in legal and religious contexts to describe the process of nullifying or replacing a previous regulation or ruling.

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  • 26. 

    Why does Allah not need any partner/child?

    • A.

      Because he is complete in His being and attributes

    • B.

      He has no needs and desires

    • C.

      He is all powerful and can do everything without any help

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    Allah does not need any partner or child because he is complete in His being and attributes. He is self-sufficient and has no needs or desires. Additionally, Allah is all-powerful and can do everything without any help. Therefore, all of the above reasons explain why Allah does not require any partner or child.

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  • 27. 

    After completing the tawaf it is(wajib) compulsory to offer ----- rakahs of salat near the station of Ibrahim(AS)

    Correct Answer
    2
    two
    Explanation
    After completing the tawaf, it is compulsory to offer two rakahs of salat near the station of Ibrahim (AS). This means that after completing the seven rounds of tawaf around the Kaaba, it is obligatory to perform a two-unit prayer near the station of Ibrahim (AS). This is a required act of worship in the pilgrimage rituals and should be done by every pilgrim.

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  • 28. 

    The significance of Ibrahim (AS)'s prayer is that

    • A.

      He only prayed for himself

    • B.

      Included his family in his prayers .

    • C.

      Prayed for the generations to come.

    Correct Answer
    C. Prayed for the generations to come.
    Explanation
    The significance of Ibrahim (AS)'s prayer lies in the fact that he prayed for the generations to come. This shows his selflessness and concern for the well-being and guidance of future generations. By including his family in his prayers and extending his supplication to future generations, Ibrahim (AS) demonstrated his deep faith and commitment to ensuring the continuation of righteousness and guidance for his descendants. This prayer reflects his long-term vision and his desire for the blessings of Allah to be bestowed upon his progeny for generations to come.

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  • 29. 

    Meaning of the word  حِكْمَةَ (Hikmah)

    • A.

      The art of understanding matters properly

    • B.

      Strength and ability to decide matters correctly.

    • C.

      Wisdom and appropriate knowledge to draw a conclusion.

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The word "حِكْمَةَ" (Hikmah) is a noun in Arabic that has multiple meanings. It can refer to the art of understanding matters properly, indicating a deep understanding and comprehension. It can also denote the strength and ability to decide matters correctly, suggesting good judgment and decision-making skills. Additionally, it can imply wisdom and appropriate knowledge to draw a conclusion, highlighting the importance of having the right knowledge and insight to make informed judgments. Therefore, all of the given options accurately capture different aspects of the meaning of the word "حِكْمَةَ" (Hikmah).

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  • 30. 

    The meaning of the word( mathabh) مَثَابَةً   is 

    • A.

      Place of standing

    • B.

      The returning of something to its original place

    • C.

      Be firm on one thing

    Correct Answer
    B. The returning of something to its original place
    Explanation
    The word "mathabh" (مَثَابَةً) refers to the action of returning something to its original place. This means that the word signifies the act of putting something back to where it originally belonged or came from.

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  • 31. 

    Root word of الْمَصِيرُ (Al-Maseer) is 

    • A.

      م ص ر

    • B.

      ص ی ر

    • C.

      م ص ی

    Correct Answer
    B. ص ی ر
    Explanation
    The root word of الْمَصِيرُ (Al-Maseer) is ص ی ر because it is the combination of the three letters that form the root of the word. The other options, م ص ر and م ص ی, do not contain all three letters and therefore cannot be the root of the word.

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  • 32. 

    حَنِيف: (Haneef) is someone who

    • A.

      teaches and enjoys important things before death.

    • B.

      advances towards his target without looking here and there.

    • C.

      Chooses something that is pure of all sorts of evil.

    Correct Answer
    B. advances towards his target without looking here and there.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "advances towards his target without looking here and there." This is because the word "حَنِيف" (Haneef) is often used to describe someone who remains steadfast and focused on their goals, without being distracted or swayed by external influences. They are determined and single-minded in their pursuit, continuously moving forward without getting sidetracked.

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  • 33. 

    فَاعْفُوا (Faa`faou) is

    • A.

      Over look

    • B.

      To pardon in such a way that you do not take revenge.

    • C.

      Replacement

    Correct Answer
    B. To pardon in such a way that you do not take revenge.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "To pardon in such a way that you do not take revenge." This means that when you forgive someone, you do not seek revenge or hold any grudges against them. Instead, you let go of any negative feelings and choose to move on without seeking retribution.

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  • 34. 

    The meaning of the wordيَظُنُّونَ   (Yazun noon)

    • A.

      To assume, a fanciful supposition.

    • B.

      To believe, signify perfect certitude

    • C.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. All of the above
    Explanation
    The word "يَظُنُّونَ" (Yazun noon) can be translated as "to assume" or "to believe" depending on the context. It can also imply a fanciful supposition or signify perfect certitude. Therefore, all of the given options are correct interpretations of the word.

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  • 35. 

    Ayah 141 tells us that

    • A.

      We are responsible for the act of everyone.

    • B.

      Everyone is responsible for their own deeds, no one will be asked about anybody else.

    • C.

      It is our responsibility to make sure no one does any thing wrong in this world

    Correct Answer
    B. Everyone is responsible for their own deeds, no one will be asked about anybody else.
  • 36. 

    Muhsineen ( مُحْسِنِينَ ) are the people

    • A.

      Who give others more than their right. Doer of excellent deeds.

    • B.

      Who want to look beautiful.

    • C.

      Who are fair in their dealings

    Correct Answer
    A. Who give others more than their right. Doer of excellent deeds.
    Explanation
    Muhsineen refers to individuals who go above and beyond in their actions and behavior towards others. They not only fulfill their obligations but also exceed them by giving others more than what is expected or deserved. This term is often associated with individuals who perform excellent deeds and display acts of kindness and generosity.

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