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As-Salamu ^Alaykum. Know that learning knowledge is among the best of things one can do. Our Prophet said in the hadith which means: "The best of deeds is to believe correctly in Allah and his messenger". In order to know this belief we must learn.

In this section, we have put some questions as a course to test your knowledge in Islamic Rules and Manners. Read the questions carefully, and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it YOUR answers and you will receive a certificate of success from alsunna.org Team with your name on it.

 

** But remember, you are NOT allowed to guess the answers, and that speaking without knowledge in the religion is prohibited.

 

Questions:

1.                 What is meant by sincerity in obeying Allah?

2.                 What is the proof from the Qur’an that sincerity is a condition for the acceptance of the good deeds?

3.                 Who is the sincere person?

4.                 State a hadith that encourages sincerity and leaving out insincerity in the obedience?

5.                 What is meant by insincerity? Will one receive reward for a deed he does seeking both the reward from Allah and the praise of the people?

6.                 What does priding oneself for obeying Allah mean?

 

Questions:

1.                 State an ayah from the Qur’an that points to the merit of patience.

2.                 Which type of obligation is patience?

3.                 List the types of patience.

4.                 What does it mean to be patient with performing the obligations?

5.                 What does it mean to be patient with avoiding what Allah made unlawful?

6.                 What does it mean to be patient with hardships and calamities?

7.                 Give a hadith that shows the reward of the one who lost his sight.

8.                 Among the obligations of the heart is subjugating oneself to Allah. What does this mean?

 

Questions:

1.                 List some of what a Muslim is obligated to love.

2.                 State from the Qur’an the proof that an indication of a Muslim’s love of Allah is his rightly following the Prophet.

3.                 Who are the Companions? Why is it obligatory to love them?

4.                 Who are the Al? Why is it obligatory to love them?

5.                 Who are the pious Muslims?

6.                 List some of what a Muslim is obligated to hate?

 

Questions:

1.                 What is arrogance?

2.                 State a hadith from the Prophet that urges us to avoid arrogance. Who related it?

3.                 What does looking down on people mean?

4.                 What does having enmity mean?

5.                 Give a hadith that urges us to treat people well.

6.                 What is envy? When is it considered a sin?

 

Questions:

1.                 State an ayah that orders us to protect our tongues.

2.                 List three matters from which one is obligated to protect his tongue.

3.                 Give what was related from one of the Companions about protecting one’s tongue.

4.                 What is gossip? Give an example.

5.                 What is the proof from the Qur’an that gossip is unlawful?

6.                 What is fabrication? What is the proof from a hadith that it is unlawful?

7.                 Which is more sinful: gossip (ghibah) or talebearing (buhtan)?

8.                 What is tale bearing? What is the proof from the Qur’an that it is unlawful?

9.                 Give a hadith that prohibits us from tale bearing? What does it mean?

 

Questions:

1.                 What is lying?

2.                 Give a hadith that indicates that lying is still unlawful, whether said seriously or jokingly?

3.                 What does swearing by Allah to a lie mean?

4.                 What is meant by the false testimony? Give an example.

5.                 To what did the Prophet liken the false testimony? Give a hadith and explain its meaning.

6.                 Give an example of falsely attributing something to Allah. State the proof from the Qur’an that it is unlawful.

7.                 Give a hadith that indicates that falsely attributing something to the Prophet is unlawful.

 

Questions:

1.                 State a hadith from the Prophet that encourages acquiring the knowledge.

2.                 What is the safe way to protect oneself and one's family from Hellfire?

3.                 Give an ayah and a saying of the Prophet (hadith) that tell about the merit of knowledge.

4.                 Give a hadith that requires one to teach the knowledge. Who related it?

5.                 List some of the sins of the tongue.

6.                 State a hadith prohibiting to give judgments without knowledge.

7.                 State a hadith that prohibits refusing to teach the knowledge.

 

Questions:

1.                 List some of the prohibited games.

2.                 Why were these games prohibited?

3.                 What is nardashir? What is the proof that it is prohibited?

4.                 Why is it prohibited to play with cards?

5.                 What is the judgment of playing chess? For what was it made?

6.                 What is the judgment about depicting that which has a soul? What is exempted from it?

 

Questions:

1.                 What does harming one's parents immensely mean? What is its judgment?

2.                 Give an example for harming one's parents immensely.

3.                 Give a proof from the Qur’an that prohibits one to harm his parents immensely.

4.                 Explain the saying of Allah: Wa qada Rabbuka alla ta^budu illa iyyahu wa bil-walidayni ihsana.

5.                 Explain the saying of Allah:Waqul lahuma qawlan karima.

6.                 Give a hadith that prohibits one from harming one’s parents immensely.

7.                 Give three ayahs that order one to be kind to one’s parents.

 

Questions:

1.                 What is the judgment of severing ties with one's kin? Among what category of sins is it?

2.                 How does one sever ties with one’s kin?

3.                 Give an ayah that prohibits us from severing ties with our kin.

4.                 Give a hadith that prohibits us from severing ties with our kin. What does it mean?

5.                 Who are one’s kin?

6.                 State a hadith concerning the merit of maintaining ties with your kin.

7.                 How does maintaining ties with your kin become complete?

8.                 State a hadith that shows the merit of maintaining a tie with the kin who severed his tie with you?

 

Questions:

1.                 What is the greatest right that Allah has upon the humans?

2.                 List some of the sins of the heart.

3.                 List some of the sins of the eye.

4.                 List some of the sins of the tongue.

5.                 List some of the sins of the hand.

6.                 List some of the sins of the foot.

7.                 List some of the sins of the body.

8.                 List a hadith that encourages us to treat the believers well.