Taleem ul Quran English Quiz week 146

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Taleem Quran English by Sister Taimiyyah Zubair

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Question 1

Question
Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala then said, “But whoever is forced [by necessity], neither desiring [it] nor transgressing [its limit], then indeed, your Lord is Forgiving and Merciful.’” Meaning that whoever is forced by necessity to eat anything that Allah has forbidden in this honorable Ayah, without transgressing his limits, then for him Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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In this Ayah, Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala instructs the believers not to follow vain desires and footsteps of the misguided people. When a person is on truth and abstains from what has been prohibited in the Qur’an, and there are people around him engaged in prohibitions and sins, the person might wonder, “Perhaps, I am the one who is wrong. I don’t understand my religion well.” In this Ayah, Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala guides us to reject such thoughts and hold on to the truth. People who fabricate lies against Allah and invent things in religion are those who do not believe in the Hereafter. Since they have no fear of accountability they are free to do whatever they wish.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

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What is the root word and meaning of مَّسْفُوحًا ?
Answer
  • ‎ س ف ح - to shed, flow, outpour or spill
  • ‎ س ى ح - to shed, flow, outpour or spill
  • ‎ س و ح - to shed, flow, outpour or spill

Question 4

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What is the root word and meaning of رِجْسٌ ?
Answer
  • ر ج س - filthy or repulsive
  • ر ج و - filthy or repulsive
  • ر و س - filthy or repulsive

Question 5

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What are the commands of Allah SWT in ayah 141?
Answer
  • Eat the produce when it yields. Some people believe that it is an act of piety to abstain from fruits. On the contrary, it is an act of gratitude when we eat from the pure and halal that Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala has provided us. The produce of the earth is the most tayyab (pure) fruit.
  • We should give Ushr (Zakat of land) on the day of harvest. It is the day when the produce is fresh and the hungry are waiting for their share. When people are stingy no one can benefit. Zakat purifies the wealth and increases it.
  • We learn about the prohibition of extravagance. Do not waste. Do not be excessive in charity as well as consumption. A hadeeth in Saheeh Bukhari states, “Eat, drink and clothe yourselves without extravagance or arrogance.”
  • Zulm (injustice) is a cause of decrease in rizq. When a person commits injustice he is deprived of provision.
  • We should not wait for Allah’s wrath to descend upon us before we can change. The moment we realize our mistakes we should seek forgiveness and change our course.

Question 6

Question
Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala says that He has created Anaam [blank_start]in pairs.[blank_end]
Answer
  • in pairs.
  • single
  • opposite

Question 7

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What does Allah SWT reminds us regarding prohibiting things?
Answer
  • Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala reminds us that we cannot forbid or permit things on our own.
  • Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala reminds us that we can forbid or permit things on our own.
  • Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala reminds us that we can follow ulmah or scholar before forbid or permit things on our own.

Question 8

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What is the cause of decrease in rizq?
Answer
  • Zulm (injustice) is a cause of decrease in rizq. When a person commits injustice he is deprived of provision.
  • Zulm (injustice) is a cause of decrease in umar. When a person commits injustice he is deprived of life.
  • Zulm (injustice) is a cause of decrease in aulad. When a person commits injustice he is deprived of children.

Question 9

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What is Hujja?
Answer
  • Hujja is a solid proof that cannot be defeated while baligha is an evidence that is mature or reaches its completion. This means that compared to the argument that the disbelievers were presenting Allah’s argument is based on perfect wisdom and unequivocal proof. It defeats their justification and lame excuse.
  • Hujja is a solid proof that can be defeated while baligha is an evidence that is mature or reaches its completion. This means that compared to the argument that the disbelievers were presenting Allah’s argument is based on perfect wisdom and unequivocal proof. It defeats their justification and lame excuse.
  • Hujja is a solid proof that cannot be defeated while baligha is an evidence that is mature or reaches its completion. This means that compared to the argument that the disbelievers were presenting Allah’s argument is based on perfect wisdom and equivocal proof. It didn't defeats their justification and lame excuse.
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