Taleem ul Quran English Quiz week 143

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Taleem Quran English By Sister Taimiyyah Zubair

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Question 1

Question
Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala sends messengers so that they do not guide and warn the people. If after that people are punished then it is because of the wrong that they have committed. They either ignored the commands or disobeyed.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

Question
The Mushrikeen would assign a part or a section for the sake of Allah and the remaining to their idols. Notice that the word dharra which means “to scatter or multiply” and not khalaqa meaning “created” has been used. It is because fruits, produce and cattle multiply and grow in number.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

Question
What is the root word and meaning of يٰمَعۡشَرَ ?
Answer
  • ع ش ر - o group
  • ع ر ش - o group
  • ش ع ر - o group

Question 4

Question
What is the root word and meaning of وَّحَرۡثٌ ?
Answer
  • ح ر ث - and crops
  • ح ث ر - and crops
  • ح و ث - and crops

Question 5

Question
How do the Jinns mislead people?
Answer
  • The Shayateen inspire long hopes for this world in the hearts of mankind, and beautify their bad deeds for them. The person is misled by Shaytan and consequently this person now misleads others. For example, a person is frustrated with his life. He has financial constraints and cannot honor his responsibilities. One day he decides to kill his family. And then from the fear of being punished by court he kills himself too. He harms himself and other people. He has become a prey of Shayateen.
  • The Shayateen do not inspire long hopes for this world in the hearts of mankind, and beautify their bad deeds for them. The person is misled by Shaytan and consequently this person now misleads others. For example, a person is frustrated with his life. He has financial constraints and cannot honor his responsibilities. One day he decides to kill his family. And then from the fear of being punished by court he kills himself too. He harms himself and other people. He has become a prey of Shayateen.
  • The Shayateen inspire long hopes for this world in the hearts of mankind, and beautify their bad deeds for them. The person is never misled by Shaytan and consequently this person do not misleads others. For example, a person is frustrated with his life. He has financial constraints and cannot honor his responsibilities. One day he decides to kill his family. And then from the fear of being punished by court he kills himself too. He harms himself and other people. He has become a prey of Shayateen.

Question 6

Question
We learn that majority of people are under the influence of the Shaytan because the term [blank_start]istakhthartum [اسْتَكْثَرْتُم][blank_end] has been used.
Answer
  • istakhthartum [اسْتَكْثَرْتُم]
  • astakhthartim [اسْتَكْثَرْتم]
  • istakhthartim [اسْتَكْثَرْتم]

Question 7

Question
How did the Jinns and mankind reach this state?
Answer
  • They sold their Akhirah for their dunya. For some benefits of this world they wasted their lives and brought destruction to themselves by rejecting the messengers and denying their miracles. This is because they were deceived by the beauty, adornment and lusts of this life. Dunya appeared so important to them that they could not bother themselves with the concern for the Hereafter.
  • They didn't sold their Akhirah for their dunya. For some benefits of this world they just wasted their lives and brought destruction to themselves by rejecting the messengers and denying their miracles. This is because they were deceived by the beauty, adornment and lusts of this life. Dunya appeared so important to them that they could not bother themselves with the concern for the Hereafter.
  • They sold their Akhirah for their dunya. For some benefits of this world they wasted their lives and brought destruction to themselves by rejecting the messengers and denying their miracles. This is because they were deceived by the beauty, adornment and lusts of this life and hereafter. Dunya appeared so important to them that they could bother themselves with the concern for the Hereafter.

Question 8

Question
Idol worship and Satan worship had beautified for them [blank_start]killing their own children.[blank_end]
Answer
  • killing their own children.
  • giving to their own children.
  • giving their own children to shaytan.

Question 9

Question
What does ayah 140 teaches us about innovations?
Answer
  • This ayah teaches us that innovating anything in religion for the sake of “Allah” is forbidden even if it apparently seems good.
  • This ayah teaches us that innovating anything in religion for the sake of “Allah” is allowed even if it apparently seems good.
  • This ayah teaches us that innovating anything in religion which is not for the sake of “Allah” is forbidden even if it apparently seems good.
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