Correct Answer: B. 10
Correct Answer: B. 10
A. Safiyyah bint Abdul Muttalib (رضي الله عنه)
B. Aatikah (رضي الله عنهم)
C. As’ad Bin Zararah (رضي الله عنه)
D. Uthman bin Mazoun (رضي الله عنه)
Correct Answer: C. As’ad Bin Zararah (رضي الله عنه)
The first person to be buried in Jannatul Baqi was As’ad Bin Zararah (رضي الله عنه), an Ansari companion who died soon after the Prophet ‘s (ﷺ) migration to Madinah. As’ad Bin Zurara (رضي الله عنه) was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and the first chief in Medina to become a Muslim. In spring 623 As’ad suffered from an illness, similar to diphtheria or meningitis, that entailed a rattling in his throat. As’ad died within days, at the beginning of Shawwal, i.e., in April 623.
A. 574 AD
B. 578 AD
C. 582 AD
D. 586 AD
Correct Answer: B. 578 AD
Abd al Muttalib (full name: Abd al-Muttalib Shaybah ibn Hashim) was the grandfather of the Islamic prophet Muhammad (ﷺ). When Muhammad (ﷺ) was eight years old, the very old Abd al-Muttalib became very sick and died in 578 AD at the age of 81.
Correct Answer: D. Khuwaylid
Khuwaylid was a man of Banu Quraysh and father of Khadijah bint Khuwaylid, the first wife and first female follower of the prophet Muhammad (ﷺ). Khuwaylid ibn Asad, a leader of the Quraysh tribe in Mecca and first father-in-law of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ).
Correct Answer: C. 309
The story of Ashab al-Kahf is narrated in the eighteenth chapter of the Quran, called “al-Kahf”. In verses 9-26 of the chapter, a few young people who believed in the existence and oneness of Allah in an idolatrous nation declared their faith openly and opposed idolatry ,they took refuge in a cave. This period is stated as follows: in the Quran: “So they stayed in their Cave three hundred years, and (some) add nine (more).” The addition of 9 to 300 years is regarded as the expression of the solar year and the lunar year. Read more at: questionsonislam.com
A. Hazrat Abu Talha Ansaari (R.A)
B. Hazrat Abu Baker (R.A)
C. Hazrat Abbas (R.A)
D. Hazrat Ali (R.A)
Correct Answer: A. Hazrat Abu Talha Ansaari (R.A)
Hazrat Abu Talha Ansaari (R.A) was responsible for digging the grave of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) while Hazrat Ali (R.A), Hazrat Abbas (R.A), Hazrat Fadhl bin Abbas (R.A) and Hazrat Qasim bin Abbas (R.A) helped in lowering His (ﷺ) blessed body into the grave. (Madaaarij, Vol 2, Pg 442)
A. 6 or 7 months
B. 12 or 14 months
C. 18 months
D. 21 months
Correct Answer: A. 6 or 7 months
Hazrat Hassan (RA) was a grandson of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Hazrat Hassan (R.A) was elected for the caliphate after his father’s death (Hazrat Ali (R.A)). Hazrat Hassan (R.A) remained Khalifa for six or seven months but abdicated after six or seven months to Muawiyah I, the founder of the Umayyad dynasty to end the First Fitna.
Correct Answer: A. 912
Hazrat Shees (A.S.) was the youngest son of Hazrat Adam (A.S.) Hazrat Shees (A.S.) was the second Prophet of Allah. One Day, Hazrat Adam (A.S.) got ill and called his son Shees (A.S.) and said: O my son! Soon I am going to die as I am not well. The Almighty God sent me a revelation to appoint you as my successor and prophet. Hazrat Shees (A.S.) got ill at the age of 912 and made Anush his successor and ordered him to lead a pious and spiritual life.
A. Hazrat Zaid Ibn Harithah (RA)
B. Hazrat Usman Bin Talha (RA)
C. Hazrat Saad Bin Waqas (RA)
D. Hazrat Qasim Bin Umer (RA)
Correct Answer: A. Hazrat Zaid Ibn Harithah (RA)
Hazrat Zaid Ibn Harithah (RA) was the adopted son of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Hazrat Zaid Ibn Harithah (RA) had been born into the Kalb tribe but as a child, he had been kidnapped by slave-traders. He had been sold to a nephew of Khadija bint Khuwaylid, who in her turn had given him as a wedding present to her husband Muhammad. Zaid Ibn Harithah was the first adult male to become a Muslim and the only Muslim apart from Muhammad to be mentioned by name in the Quran. Hazrat Zaid Ibn Harithah (RA), known as “the Beloved of the Messenger of God.”
A. 3rd Heaven
B. 4th Heaven
C. 6th Heaven
D. 7th Heaven
Correct Answer: B. 4th Heaven
Haywaan (River of Life) is on the 4th heaven. Each day, The leader of the angels Jibra’eel (Alayhi salaam) dips in it and shakes his wings letting off seventy thousand drops. From each of these droplets, Almighty Allah creates one angel (Seventy thousand drops means 70,000 angels). These Angels are commanded to perform salaah in the Bait-ul-Ma’mur.