Who did compilation of Quran in the era of Hazrat Abu Bakar Siddique (R.A)?

A. Hazrat Jaafar bin Abi Talib
B. Hazrat Thabit bin ad-Duhdaah
C. Hazrat Zaid bin Thabit
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Hazrat Zaid bin Thabit

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After the Prophet‘s demise, a number of reciters of the Qur’an died during the Wars of Apostasy and the Battle of Yamamah, and so Caliph Abu Bakr gave Zaid Bin Thabit the onerous task of collecting the Qur’an from “parchment, scapulae, leafstalks of date palms and the hearts of men” onto sheets (Suhuf) and compiling it into a book (Mushaf). Zaid Bin Thabit was the youngest scribe of the Qur’an and was among the handful of Companions who memorized the Qur’an as it was being revealed, the others being Ali Bin Abi Talib, Ubayy Bin Ka’b, Abdullah Bin Mas’ud and Abdullah Bin Abbas. In the year the Prophet (PBUH) passed away, he recited the entire Qur’an to the Prophet twice, and his recitation was called the ‘Qira’ah of Zaid Bin Thabit’, which he taught people until he passed away in 51 AH.

The literal meaning of “Wahi” is:

A. To give or convey a message
B. Divine revelation
C. Gentle speech
D. All of the above

Answer

Correct Answer: D. All of the above

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In Islamic terminology, Wahi can be precisely defined as God’s divine message conveyed to Allah’s chosen persons (Prophets). This message can be conveyed openly or in a hidden and concealed manner, imparting wisdom and knowledge that is beyond the material and physical realities of man.

The word “BAHEEJ” means:

A. Night visitor
B. Beautiful, Convivial
C. Gentle, Soft, Delicate
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Beautiful, Convivial

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Baheej means beautiful, convivial. When used in the description of plants it means those with a beauty and richness of color. Verse 50:7 is the second of two mentions.
And the earth – We spread it out and cast therein firmly set mountains and made grow therein [a plant] of every beautiful kind {50:7}

Journey of Miraj happened in:

A. 621 AD
B. 623 AD
C. 624 AD
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. 621 AD

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Isra wal Miraj are two parts of the night journey that was taken by the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) In the first part, the Prophet (PBUH) traveled from Bait ul Haram to Bait ul Maqdas (Mecca to Jerusalem). This part of the journey in Arabic is described as Isra. The second phase of the journey was from Jerusalem to the heavens (Miraj). This event is briefly mentioned in the Quran in chapter 17. According to some scholars, the total event took a third of the night which amounts to around 3.5 hours (approximate date 23rd February 621 AD).

Faith of reincarnation is found in:

A. Buddhism
B. Hinduism
C. Taoism
D. Zoroastrianism

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Hinduism

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Reincarnation, a major tenet of Hinduism, is when the soul, which is seen as eternal and part of a spiritual realm, returns to the physical realm in a new body. A soul will complete this cycle many times, learning new things each time and working through its karma. This cycle of reincarnation is called samsara.

Sihah Sitta is which of the following?

A. As-Sirah Muslim Biography
B. A Biography of the Prophet
C. The Six Authentic Books of Hadith
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. The Six Authentic Books of Hadith

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There are six books on Hadis that the Ulema consider most authentic. ‘Sahah’ is the plural of ‘Saheh’ which means ‘correct’ or ‘authentic’. And ‘Sitta’ is the Arabic for Six. Hence six books on Hadis that have been termed most authentic by Ulema constitute Saha-e-Sitta.
The following books are in the Saha-e-Sitta and are hence the most authentic source of Hadis and Sunnat:
1. Saheeh Bukhari
2. Saheeh Muslim
3. Jaamia Trimzi
4. Sunnan Ibn-e-Maja
5. Sunnan Abu Daud
6. Sunnan Nasai

Ghazwa ____ is named as Youm-ul-Furqan.

A. Badr
B. Tabuk
C. Uhad
D. Khandak

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Badr

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The battle of Badr is one of the great events of human history that occurred on Friday, the 17th Day of the blessed month of Ramadan in the second year after migration from Makkah to Medinah (624 CE) “Umair bin Al-Humam was the first martyr on the day of Badr.” The day of the Battle of Badr is also known as “Yawm al Furqan.“