Rules Of Engagement Practice Quiz 2

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  • 1. 

    What is the meaning of "sabr", linguistically?

    • A.

      Patience or perseverence

    • B.

      Challenging your nafs

    • C.

      To restrain or to hold back

    • D.

      Calmness

    Correct Answer
    C. To restrain or to hold back
    Explanation
    The linguistics meaning above and others are given for this word including positive thinking, courage, inner strength, calmness, keeping it cool and composure. It also means to restrain or to hold back in its linguistic meaning.

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  • 2. 

    The levels of purification for salah are:

    • A.

      Purification of limbs & body parts from sin, purification of heart from vices, physical purification, purification of soul from anything but Allahu subhanahu wa ta’ala.

    • B.

      Physical purification, purification of limbs & body parts from sin, purification of heart from vices, purification of soul from anything but Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala.

    • C.

      Physical purification, purification of heart from vices, purification of soul from anything but Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala.

    • D.

      Purification of soul from anything but Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala, purification of heart from vices, purification of limbs & body parts from sin, physical purification.

    Correct Answer
    B. Physical purification, purification of limbs & body parts from sin, purification of heart from vices, purification of soul from anything but Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Physical purification, purification of limbs & body parts from sin, purification of heart from vices, purification of soul from anything but Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala. This answer is correct because it follows the correct sequence of levels of purification for salah. Physical purification, such as performing ablution, is the first step in preparing for salah. Then, the limbs and body parts need to be purified from any sins committed. After that, the heart needs to be purified from vices and negative emotions. Finally, the soul needs to be purified from anything that distracts from the worship of Allah. This order ensures a comprehensive purification process for salah.

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  • 3. 

    What did prophet salla Allahu alayhi wasallam say about giving charity?

    • A.

      Give when you have a lot and you are healthy

    • B.

      Give a lot when you are sick

    • C.

      Give when you are healthy and you do not have much

    • D.

      Give before you die

    Correct Answer
    C. Give when you are healthy and you do not have much
    Explanation
    The Prophet salla Allahu alayhi wasallam advised to give charity when you are healthy and do not have much. This implies that one should not wait for a time when they have excess wealth to give, but rather should give whatever they can, even if it is not a large amount. It emphasizes the importance of giving consistently and not delaying acts of charity, as one's financial situation may change in the future. Additionally, it highlights the virtue of giving when one is in good health, as it is a time when they can actively engage in charitable acts.

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  • 4. 

    The meaning of word zakah is:

    • A.

      Purification & growth

    • B.

      Tazkiyyah

    • C.

      Give charity

    • D.

      Give 2.5% of your savings

    Correct Answer
    A. Purification & growth
    Explanation
    Meaning Zakat s that 1) purify; purification 2) to increase or to grow

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  • 5. 

    Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala says in the Qura’an, “you will not attain _______, until you give from that which you love.

    • A.

      Good character

    • B.

      Piety

    • C.

      Good manners

    • D.

      None of the listed

    Correct Answer
    B. Piety
    Explanation
    "By no means shall you attain Al-Birr (piety, righteousness, etc., it means here Allah's Reward, i.e. Paradise), unless you spend (in Allah's Cause) of that which you love; and whatever of good you spend, Allah knows it well." Surah Imran v.92

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  • 6. 

    Where do most people fail in Hajj?

    • A.

      Jidal (argumentation, dispute)

    • B.

      Avoiding major sins

    • C.

      Controlling their desires

    • D.

      Performing Tawaaf

    Correct Answer
    A. Jidal (argumentation, dispute)
    Explanation
    During the Hajj pilgrimage, many people fail in controlling their desires, avoiding major sins, and performing Tawaaf. However, the area where most people fail is in engaging in argumentation and disputes, which goes against the spirit of unity and peace that should prevail during this sacred journey.

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  • 7. 

    When are you in command of your parents?

    • A.

      When they get old

    • B.

      Never

    • C.

      When you go on a trip

    • D.

      When they are sick

    Correct Answer
    B. Never
    Explanation
    The phrase "in command of" implies having authority or control over someone. In the context of parents, it is generally expected that children are not in command of their parents. Parents typically hold the role of authority figures and decision-makers in the family dynamic. While there may be situations where children may need to take care of their parents when they are old or sick, it does not imply being in command of them. Thus, the correct answer is "Never."

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  • 8. 

    How did Haritha ibn Nu’man achieve firdaus al a’la (the highest part of jannah)?

    • A.

      Because he took care of oppressed people

    • B.

      Because he died shaheed

    • C.

      Because he prayed a lot

    • D.

      Because of his extremely kind treatment to his mother

    Correct Answer
    D. Because of his extremely kind treatment to his mother
    Explanation
    Haritha ibn Nu'man achieved firdaus al a'la (the highest part of jannah) because of his extremely kind treatment to his mother. This suggests that his love, respect, and care for his mother played a significant role in his righteousness and ultimately led to his reward in paradise. His actions reflect the importance of honoring and caring for parents, which is highly valued in Islam.

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  • 9. 

    What 2 rights of parents after their death, are only for Muslim parents?

    • A.

      To make salah upon them, to seek forgiveness for them

    • B.

      To treat their friends with respect, to keep ties of kinship

    • C.

      To make salah upon them, to keep ties of kinship

    • D.

      To seek forgiveness for them, to treat their friends with respect

    Correct Answer
    A. To make salah upon them, to seek forgiveness for them
    Explanation
    After the death of Muslim parents, their children have the right to make salah (pray) upon them and seek forgiveness for them. This is because in Islam, it is believed that praying for the deceased and seeking forgiveness for them can benefit their souls in the afterlife. These rights are specific to Muslim parents and are not applicable to parents of other religions.

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  • 10. 

    Children are opportunities for parents to attain _______ .

    • A.

      Husnul khuluq

    • B.

      Patience

    • C.

      Jannah

    • D.

      Trust in Allah

    Correct Answer
    C. Jannah
    Explanation
    Children are seen as a means for parents to attain Jannah, which refers to paradise in Islamic belief. This suggests that raising children in a righteous and nurturing manner can lead to spiritual rewards and eternal happiness in the afterlife. It emphasizes the importance of parenting with the intention of instilling good character and values in children, as it is believed to be a path towards attaining Jannah.

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  • 11. 

    Parents have to be ________ and _________ when they give gifts to children

    • A.

      Rich, reasonable

    • B.

      Fair, just

    • C.

      Cheap, accommodating

    • D.

      Economical, open-minded

    Correct Answer
    B. Fair, just
    Explanation
    When parents give gifts to their children, it is important for them to be fair and just. This means that they should treat each child equally and not show favoritism. They should also consider the needs and wants of each child and make sure that the gifts they give are appropriate and fair. Being fair and just in gift-giving helps to foster a sense of equality and fairness among children and avoids any feelings of resentment or inequality.

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  • 12. 

    The rights of siblings and relatives are to:

    • A.

      To show respect for the older, and to show compassion to the younger

    • B.

      To be mindful of closeness

    • C.

      To help them financially

    • D.

      All of the listed

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the listed
    Explanation
    The rights of siblings and relatives include showing respect for the older and showing compassion to the younger, being mindful of closeness, and helping them financially. This means that individuals should treat their older siblings and relatives with respect and care for their younger siblings and relatives. They should also be aware of the level of closeness in their relationships and maintain appropriate boundaries. Additionally, individuals should provide financial support to their siblings and relatives when needed. Overall, all of these actions are considered rights and responsibilities towards siblings and relatives.

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  • 13. 

    Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala has ________ those who break the ties of kinship.

    • A.

      Promised to destroy

    • B.

      Cursed

    • C.

      Prepared hellfire

    • D.

      None of the listed

    Correct Answer
    B. Cursed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "cursed." Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala has cursed those who break the ties of kinship.

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  • 14. 

    Believers mindset should be __________ his/her ___________ because that is what Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala is going to __________ us about.

    • A.

      Ignoring, rights, ask

    • B.

      Fulfilling, rights, ask

    • C.

      Fulfilling, obligations, ask

    • D.

      All of the listed

    Correct Answer
    C. Fulfilling, obligations, ask
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "fulfilling, obligations, ask". This is because as believers, our mindset should be focused on fulfilling our obligations to Allah, which includes following His commands and fulfilling our duties as Muslims. We should prioritize our obligations to Allah over our own desires or personal rights. Ultimately, Allah will question us about how well we fulfilled our obligations to Him on the Day of Judgment.

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  • 15. 

    What 2 qualities do spouses have to have for each other

    • A.

      Gratitude, respect

    • B.

      Trust, honesty

    • C.

      Love and mercy

    • D.

      Patience, endurance

    Correct Answer
    C. Love and mercy
    Explanation
    Spouses need to have love and mercy for each other in order to have a successful and fulfilling relationship. Love is essential for building a strong emotional connection, fostering intimacy, and providing support and care. Mercy, on the other hand, involves showing compassion, forgiveness, and understanding towards each other's flaws and mistakes. It helps create a safe and non-judgmental space where both partners can grow and learn from their experiences. Together, love and mercy form the foundation for a healthy and harmonious marriage.

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  • 16. 

    Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala asks us to be __________ and _________ to those non Muslims who do not fight us on account of religion and do not expel us from our homes.

    • A.

      Honest, patient

    • B.

      Kind, just

    • C.

      Friendly, helping

    • D.

      Kind, giving

    Correct Answer
    B. Kind, just
    Explanation
    Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala asks us to be kind and just to those non-Muslims who do not fight us on account of religion and do not expel us from our homes. This means that we should treat them with kindness and fairness, showing them respect and not discriminating against them based on their beliefs. Being kind means showing compassion and empathy towards others, while being just means treating everyone fairly and impartially, regardless of their religion or background.

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  • 17. 

    In the Quran, how are we ordered to give dawah to non Muslims, give the three steps in order

    • A.

      With wisdom, good advice (fair exhortation), reason (argue) with them in a better way

    • B.

      Good advice (fair exhortation), with wisdom, reason (argue) with them in a better way

    • C.

      Reason (argue) with them in a better way, good advice (fair exhortation), with wisdom

    • D.

      None of the listed

    Correct Answer
    A. With wisdom, good advice (fair exhortation), reason (argue) with them in a better way
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "With wisdom, good advice (fair exhortation), reason (argue) with them in a better way". According to the Quran, we are ordered to give dawah to non-Muslims by first using wisdom, then providing good advice or fair exhortation, and finally engaging in reasoned arguments with them in a better way. This order emphasizes the importance of approaching conversations with non-Muslims in a respectful and knowledgeable manner, using wisdom and good advice to effectively convey the message of Islam.

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  • 18. 

    Which 2 qualities are the bases of every virtue according to ibn AlQayyim?

    • A.

      Khushoo (humility) & AsSidq (Honesty)

    • B.

      Khushoo (humility) & Ulu’ AlHimma (lofty determination)

    • C.

      Khushoo (humility) & Sabr (Patience)

    • D.

      Khushoo (humility) & I’ffah (Chastity)

    Correct Answer
    B. Khushoo (humility) & Ulu’ AlHimma (lofty determination)
  • 19. 

    AlGhazali considers akhlaaq as the ___________________ of good relationship with ______________.

    • A.

      Reason, yourself

    • B.

      Basis, your parents

    • C.

      Outcome, Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala

    • D.

      None of the listed

    Correct Answer
    C. Outcome, Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala
    Explanation
    AlGhazali believes that akhlaaq, which refers to good moral character and behavior, is the outcome or result of having a good relationship with Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala. This suggests that by maintaining a strong connection with Allah and following His guidance, one can develop good moral values and behaviors.

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  • 20. 

    According to ibn Rajb, what is the basis of any virtue?

    • A.

      AsSidq (honesty, integrity)

    • B.

      Taqwa ( God consciousness)

    • C.

      AsSabr (Patience)

    • D.

      Shuja’ah (Courage)

    Correct Answer
    B. Taqwa ( God consciousness)
    Explanation
    According to ibn Rajb, the basis of any virtue is Taqwa, which refers to God consciousness. This means being aware of and mindful of God's presence in all aspects of life. When a person has Taqwa, they are more likely to act with honesty, integrity, patience, and courage because they are constantly aware of God's presence and strive to please Him in their actions. Taqwa serves as a guiding principle for virtuous behavior and helps individuals make choices that align with their moral and ethical values.

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  • 21. 

    Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala say, “Allah __________ not him who is a ______________ and _______________

    • A.

      Helps, disbeliever, munafiq

    • B.

      Guides, liar, ungrateful

    • C.

      Improves, dictator, oppressive

    • D.

      None of the listed

    Correct Answer
    B. Guides, liar, ungrateful
    Explanation
    Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala says, "Allah guides not him who is a liar and ungrateful." This means that Allah does not guide those who engage in dishonesty and show ingratitude towards His blessings. Lying and being ungrateful are seen as negative traits that hinder a person from receiving guidance from Allah. Therefore, the correct answer is "guides, liar, ungrateful".

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  • 22. 

    What are the 3 types of truthfulness?

    • A.

      Truthfulness with Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala, with yourself, with others

    • B.

      Truthfulness in your reaction, in the soul, in your body language

    • C.

      Truthfulness in your heart, in the tongue, in your actions

    • D.

      Truthfulness in your reaction, in the soul, in your body language & Truthfulness in your heart, in the tongue, in your actions.

    Correct Answer
    C. Truthfulness in your heart, in the tongue, in your actions
    Explanation
    The three types of truthfulness are in the heart, in the tongue, and in one's actions. This means being sincere and honest in one's intentions and feelings, speaking the truth and avoiding falsehood, and acting in accordance with what one believes to be true and righteous. These three aspects of truthfulness encompass different dimensions of a person's character and behavior, ensuring that they are genuine and truthful in all aspects of their life.

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  • 23. 

    Which of the following is a type of lie that people often overlook?

    • A.

      Someone who lies desiring attention

    • B.

      Spreading anything one hears

    • C.

      When one tells a joke that is a lie

    • D.

      All of the listed

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the listed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the listed." This is because all three options mentioned in the question can be considered types of lies that people often overlook. Someone who lies desiring attention is a type of lie where individuals fabricate stories to gain attention or sympathy. Spreading anything one hears refers to spreading rumors or gossip without verifying the information, which can also be considered a form of lying. Lastly, telling a joke that is a lie involves intentionally deceiving others for comedic purposes.

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  • 24. 

    How should you train children to be truthful?

    • A.

      Lead with example

    • B.

      When children make a mistake and comes with the truth then ease up on them

    • C.

      None of the listed

    • D.

      All of the listed

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the listed
    Explanation
    Training children to be truthful involves a combination of leading by example and providing a supportive environment. By demonstrating honesty in our own actions and words, we set a positive example for children to follow. Additionally, when children make mistakes and come forward with the truth, it is important to respond with understanding and empathy instead of harsh punishment. This encourages them to continue being honest in the future. Therefore, the correct answer is "All of the listed" because both leading by example and easing up on children when they tell the truth are effective strategies for fostering truthfulness.

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  • 25. 

    Patience translates into ___________________, when you are under attack or when you are ______________.

    • A.

      Hilm (forbearance), offended

    • B.

      Shukr (gratefulness), abused

    • C.

      Shuja’ah (courage), assaulted

    • D.

      Hilm (forbearance), offended or/and Shukr (gratefulness), abused

    Correct Answer
    A. Hilm (forbearance), offended
    Explanation
    Patience translates into forbearance, when you are under attack or when you are offended.

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  • 26. 

    According to the words of Rasool Allah salla Allahu alaihi wasallam, who is stronger?

    • A.

      One who is physically strong

    • B.

      One who is patient in affliction

    • C.

      One who is truthful

    • D.

      One who controls himself when angry

    Correct Answer
    D. One who controls himself when angry
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "one who controls himself when angry." According to the words of Rasool Allah salla Allahu alaihi wasallam, being able to control oneself when angry is a sign of great strength. It requires a high level of self-discipline and restraint to not let anger dictate one's actions. This ability demonstrates inner strength and the ability to make rational decisions even in challenging situations.

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  • 27. 

    Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala loves the Mushsineen. What 2 qualities of Mushsineen did we learn in relation to anger?

    • A.

      Restraining anger (kadhimeen al ghaidh)

    • B.

      Remembering Allah (dhikr Allah)

    • C.

      Pardoning people ('aafina 'an al-naas)

    • D.

      Restraining anger (kadhimeen al ghaidh) and Pardoning people ('aafina 'an al-naas)

    Correct Answer
    D. Restraining anger (kadhimeen al ghaidh) and Pardoning people ('aafina 'an al-naas)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is restraining anger (kadhimeen al ghaidh) and pardoning people ('aafina 'an al-naas). This means that the Mushsineen are those who are able to control their anger and not let it consume them. They are also able to forgive and pardon others, showing kindness and mercy towards them. These qualities are important in maintaining good relationships and promoting peace and harmony. Allah loves those who possess these qualities because they are able to handle difficult situations with patience and forgiveness.

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  • 28. 

    What should you say when you feel angry?

    • A.

      A’oudho billaahi min Ash Shaitan ArRajeem (I seek refuge in Allah from the cursed shaytan)

    • B.

      La illaha il lallah (None has the right to be worshipped except Allah)

    • C.

      La hawla wala quwata illah billah (There is no might nor power except with Allah)

    • D.

      Allahu Akbar (Allah is the greatest)

    Correct Answer
    A. A’oudho billaahi min Ash Shaitan ArRajeem (I seek refuge in Allah from the cursed shaytan)
    Explanation
    The suggested answer, "A’oudho billaahi min Ash Shaitan ArRajeem" (I seek refuge in Allah from the cursed shaytan), is appropriate when feeling angry because it is a supplication seeking protection from the influence and whispers of Satan. This phrase acknowledges the presence of negative emotions and seeks Allah's help in overcoming them. By reciting this, one can seek calmness and control over their anger, while also reminding themselves of their reliance on Allah for guidance and support.

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