Selecting the Column E & F then choose the insert Column, what will happen?

A. 2 Columns will be Inserted after Column B
B. 2 Columns will be Inserted after Column D
C. 2 Columns will be Inserted after Column F
D. 2 Columns will be Inserted after Column G

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 2 Columns will be Inserted after Column D

Detail about MCQs

By Selecting columns E and F then choosing the inserting column will insert 2  Column after D Column.

How to restrict the values of a cell so that only whole numbers between 9 and 99 can be entered in a cell?

A. The Settings tab under the menu Format -> Cells
B. The Settings tab under the menu Data -> Validation
C. The Settings tab under the menu Data -> Filter-> Advanced Filter
D. The settings tab under the menu Format -> Conditional Formatting

Answer

Correct Answer: B. The Settings tab under the menu Data -> Validation

Detail about MCQs

In MS Excel, in Settings tab under the menu Data – Validation is used to restrict the values of a cell so that only whole numbers between 9 and 99 can be entered in a cell.

The Hadith book in which all the Ahadith reported by a particular companion are compiled is called?

A. Jami
B. Mustadrak
C. Mustakhraj
D. Musnd

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Musnd

Detail about MCQs

The Hadith book in which all the Ahadith reported by a particular companion are compiled is called D. Musnad. A Musnad is a type of Hadith collection organized according to the narrators, particularly focusing on the narrations of a specific companion of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

The house that became the centre of preaching of islam in Makkah was?

A. Dar Arqam
B. Dar Abi Bakr
C. Dar Usman
D. Dar Abdullah

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Dar Arqam

Detail about MCQs

The house that became the center of preaching of Islam in Makkah was A. Dar Arqam. This house, belonging to Arqam ibn Abi al-Arqam, served as a crucial gathering place for early Muslims, including the Prophet Muhammad, where they could learn about Islam and its teachings away from the persecution of the Quraysh tribe

The current order of the Quranic surah is?

A. Jami
B. Touqeefi
C. Hukim
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: D. None of these

Detail about MCQs

The current order of the Quranic surahs is based on neither Jami, Touqeefi, Hukim, nor Shami. Instead, the order of the surahs in the Quran is traditionally believed to be divinely inspired and has been preserved since the time of Prophet Muhammad. So, none of the options provided accurately represent the order of the Quranic surahs.

How many years were spent by the Prophet (PBHU) In Makkah?

A. 50
B. 53
C. 55
D. 58

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 53

Detail about MCQs

Muhammad, the final Islamic prophet, was born and lived in Mecca for the first 53 years of his life (c. 570–632 CE) until the Hijra. This period of his life is characterized by his proclamation of prophethood. Muhammad’s father, Abdullah ibn Abd al-Muttalib, died before he was born

Which of the spouses of Prophet Muhammad (PBHU) did not belong to the Quraysh?

A. Hazrat Khadija bint Khuqaylid
B. Hazrat Soodah bint Zama
C. Hazrat Umm Habiba bint Abi Sufyan
D. Hazrat Safia bint Hayy

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Hazrat Safia bint Hayy

Detail about MCQs

Hazrat Safia bint Hayy did not belong to the Quraysh tribe. She was from the Jewish tribe of Banu Nadir. Therefore, the correct answer remains: D. Hazrat Safia bint Hayy

Whose parts are the Origin, the Branch, the Order and the Cause?

A. Ijmae
B. Qiyas
C. Istihsan
D. Masalah almusrsala

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Qiyas

Detail about MCQs

The parts “Origin, Branch, Order, and Cause” refer to the components of the legal reasoning method known as Qiyas in Islamic jurisprudence. So, the correct answer is: B. Qiyas.

Qiyas is a method of legal reasoning in Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) where the ruling on a particular issue is derived by analogy from a similar issue for which a ruling is already established in Islamic law. It involves four main components:

  1. Asl (Origin): This refers to the original case or issue for which a ruling is already established in Islamic law.
  2. Far (Branch): The new case or issue that requires a legal ruling, which is similar to the original case but lacks a specific ruling.
  3. Hukm (Order): This is the ruling or verdict derived from the original case that is applied to the new case through analogy.
  4. Illah (Cause): The underlying rationale or reason that justifies applying the ruling from the original case to the new case. The similarity in the effective cause between the original and new cases is essential for the application of Qiyas.

Qiyas is a fundamental tool in Islamic legal reasoning, allowing jurists to extend the principles of Islamic law to new situations not explicitly addressed in the Quran or Hadith through reasoned analogy.

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