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.

Who gave to the Holy Prophet (PBUH) the amount which he wore in the Battle Badr?

A. Hazrat Usman
B. Hazrat Saad Bin Ibadah
C. Hazrat Ali
D. Hazrat Abu Ayub Ansari

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Hazrat Saad Bin Ibadah

Detail about MCQs

The correct answer is “B. Hazrat Saad Bin Ibadah.” He was the companion who provided the amount that the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) wore during the Battle of Badr.

Who was the temporarily appointed as guardian of Madinah on the occasion of Ghazwa Marisia?

A. Hazrat Ali
B. Hazrat Uthman
C. Hazrat Zaid Bin Haritha
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Hazrat Zaid Bin Haritha

Detail about MCQs

Hazrat Zaid bin Haritha was temporarily appointed as the guardian of Madinah during the occasion of Ghazwa Marisia. Therefore, the correct answer is “C. Hazrat Zaid Bin Haritha.”

The blessed verse “In Shaniak Ho Al-Abtar” was revealed about whom?

A. Abu Lahab
B. As ibn Wa’ll Sahmi
C. Aqaba ibn Abi Mu’at
D. Walid bin Mughirah

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Abu Lahab

Detail about MCQs

The blessed verse “In Shaniak Ho Al-Abtar” (meaning “May the hands of Abu Lahab be ruined”) was revealed about “A. Abu Lahab.” Abu Lahab was an uncle of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and one of his staunchest opponents in Mecca. This verse is found in Surah Al-Lahab (Surah 111) of the Quran.

In the time of the Holy Prophet (PBHU) the issue of curse (Liant) arose with which two companions?

A. Uwaimar Ajlani and Hamna bint Hajjshi
B. Uwaimar Ajlani and Hassan bin Thabit
C. Hilal bin Umayyah and Uwaimar Ajlani
D. Hilal bin Umayyah and Hassan bin Thabit

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Hilal bin Umayyah and Uwaimar Ajlani

Detail about MCQs

During the time of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the issue of “Liant,” or invoking a curse to resolve a dispute, arose between Hilal bin Umayyah and Uwaimar Ajlani. This incident occurred when Hilal accused Uwaimar of committing adultery with his wife. Both parties invoked the curse, known as “Mula’ana,” in which they swore their innocence and called for God’s curse upon themselves if they were lying. After the invocation, Hilal’s wife confessed to the adultery, thus validating his claim and exonerating Uwaimar. This event is recorded in Islamic history as a significant instance of the application of the principle of “Liant” in resolving disputes during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Umdatul Qari is written by?

A. Zakrya Al Razi
B. Imam Badyuni
C. Imam Al Ayni
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Imam Al Ayni

Detail about MCQs

Umdatul Qari is a commentary on Sahih al-Bukhari, and it is written by Imam al-Ayni. So, the correct answer is:

C. Imam Al Ayni
“Umdatul Qari” is a renowned commentary on Sahih al-Bukhari, one of the most authoritative collections of Hadith (sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him) in Islam. It was written by Imam al-Ayni, whose full name is Al-Ayni Shams al-Din Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Dimashqi. He was a prominent Islamic scholar and jurist who lived during the Ottoman Empire in the 15th century. “Umdatul Qari” is highly respected for its scholarly analysis, explanations, and interpretations of the hadiths contained in Sahih al-Bukhari, making it a valuable resource for students and scholars of Islam

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