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1 Part #2 50 Questions Questions about Islamic Ethics and Hadith

2 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 2 Do we have to do everything for the sake of pleasing Allah? a.*Yes, that is the ultimate goal. b.No, we have our freedom of choice. c.Only when feasible. d.All the above.

3 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 3 Is kindness part of our faith? a.Faith without kindness is weak. b.Kindness without faith is almost meaningless. c.*Kindness is a component of Islam. d.All the above.

4 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 4 Does Allah favor those who are kind and loving? a.Yes, all kinds of loving people. b.Yes, the faithful, kind, and loving people. c.*The kindness and love done for His sake. d.All the above.

5 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 5 How essential is courtesy? a.It means paying excessive attention to others' feelings. b.*It is a gateway to good manners. c.No need for courtesy, it is not important. d.Courtesy means weakness.

6 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 6 Does the Holy Quran urge us to be courteous? a.Yes, often. b.The Quran singles out Muhammad (pbuh) as the best example, an example for c.us to follow and imitate. d.The Quran never mentions courtesy + b. e.*a and b above.

7 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 7 What is wrong with being arrogant? a.Arrogance is a form of conceit. b.Arrogance hurts other peoples' feelings. c.Arrogance puts excessive value to personal attitude. d.*It is against kindness + all above.

8 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 8 How does it feel to be arrogant? a.As if with a touch of temporary insanity. b.Temporary bigness. c.Being inconsiderate of others. d.*Discourtesy + a and b above.

9 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 9 What are the protocols of greeting others? a.Greet warmly; the young is to greet the old. b.Say Hi to every man and woman in the street. c.Greet with ASSALAAMU ALAIKUM according to the situation. d.*a and c above.

10 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 10 What is nice about having good manners? a.Having good manners is a mark of faith. b.Respect people according to their eminence. c.*Humility and courtesy are acts of piety + a & b. d.b + respect parents.

11 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 11 Can a believer be a person with bad manners? a.*He is not applying his faith well. b.He is a poor believer. c.He is flunky. d.He is wishy washy.

12 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 12 Does Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) urge us to be modest? a.*Yes, since modesty is the source of all virtue. b.Yes, since humility and courtesy are acts of piety. c.Yes, since Islam urges self-control. d.All the above.

13 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 13 Should we be humble for the sake of Allah? a.*Yes, all the time if we remember. b.For the sake of good manners. c.For the sake of goodness of character. d.b and c above.

14 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 14 What is so important about humility? a.Good manners. b.A form of worship. c.Reaps advantages for us. d.*Being humble for Allah's sake, Allah will exalt His eminence.

15 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 15 How important is self-control? a.Fundamental Islamic teaching. b.Inconsequential, of little importance + c. c.Controls our wild wishes and desires. d.*a and c above.

16 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 16 What is meant by "Humility and Courtesy are acts of Piety"? a.To be pious a person reaches the heights of faith. b.True humility is hard, that is why it is an act of piety. c.Humility comes through inheritance + a. d.*All the above except c above.

17 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 17 Why is modesty the source of virtue? a.*Because you lose your sense of conceit. b.Because you lose your sense of identity. c.Because modesty is humility. d.All the above.

18 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 18 "Allah will exalt the person who has humility for Allah's sake." Why? a.Because humility is done with Allah in mind. b.It is the doorway for modesty. c.*It is a form of Ibadah + a and b. d.It is the Ibadah itself + a & b & c.

19 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 19 What is so important about trying to feel contented? a.*Done through faith in Allah + b and c. b.Gateway to happiness. c.Islam is against greed. d.It will make you poor + b.

20 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 20 Can you be happy without being contented? a.Yes, often. b.Yes, always. c.*No, contentment is the gateway to happiness. d.b and c above.

21 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 21 Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said "The riches are from the contentment of the heart." a.When there is no greed, there is contentment. b.Happiness is a state of mind, a feeling. c.Often a materially rich person is worry-wart and unhappy. d.*Riches can emanate from faith + above.

22 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 22 What is meant by "Allah is gentle and loves gentleness." a.Allah does not like meanness and hurts. b.Allah likes what is tender, gentle and good. c.We have to emulate that which is godly. d.*Being gentle is a form of piety + the above.

23 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 23 How can we strive to be contented? a.Control our greed. b.Go to the psychiatrist. c.Understand religion well + a above. d.*Use our common sense + a and c above.

24 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 24 What are we to look for if we are to become contented? a.Our fat pocket-book. b.*To Islamic teachings, especially the Hadith. c.To our budget. d.All the above.

25 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 25 What is wrong with greed? a.Greed is a source of ambition and greatness. b.Greed is a source of potential destruction of others. c.Greed may have no limits. d.*Often greed goes too far + b and c.

26 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 26 What troubles can a greedy person have? a.Hurts others, sometimes very much. b.*Hurts himself & others depending on kind of greed. c.Hurts Islam. d.Most people are greedy, no trouble at all.

27 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 27 Is greed a great source of dissatisfaction? a.Greed is the only source of dissatisfaction. b.*A major source of dissatisfaction. c.No relationship. d.A minor source.

28 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 28 A Muslim is urged to nurture compassion in his heart. Why? a.Compassion is a fundamental of goodness of character. b.Compassion often becomes reciprocal. c.Much good comes out of compassion. d.*Compassion for the sake of Allah + all above.

29 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 29 What are the good targets for showing compassion? a.Compassion to the community. b.Compassion to individuals. c.Prevailing good feeling. d.*All the above.

30 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 30 Are Muslims to have compassion towards all creatures of Allah? a.No, that is impossible. b.*Ideally, yes, since compassion has to prevail. c.Only if we can. d.b and c above.

31 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 31 Who will benefit if we all have love and compassion? a.We do. b.Our families do. c.*The whole community + the above. d.The whole neighborhood.

32 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 32 Why not be cruel? a.Cruelty makes us get ahead. b.Cruelty hurts, sometimes greatly. c.Cruelty usually is destructive. d.*Islam is against cruelty + b and c above.

33 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 33 Should we sometimes encourage cruelty? a.Cruelty is like conceit both are discouraged by Islam. b.*Cruelty often comes from anger + a. c.There is nothing wrong with cruelty, it should be encouraged. d.To show how big we are, we should be cruel.

34 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 34 Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said "The best Jihad is when you stand up for the truth in the face of a malicious ruler." How is that? a.It is easy to speak up in such a situation. b.It is very hard to speak up in such a situation. c.*It might be life threatening to do so. d.All of the above.

35 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 35 Who is the most forgiving? a.My aunt Sarah and my uncle Jedd. b.*Allah Almighty. c.The Prophets. d.The Imams.

36 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 36 Who is the most merciful? a.My mother and father. b.My grandfather. c.*Allah the Almighty. d.The Prophets.

37 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 37 What does the Holy Quran say about forgiveness? a."Hold to Forgiveness and Command to what is Right." b."If you Forgive and Overlook, verily Allah is Compassionate." c."Verily Allah is most forgiving and merciful." d.*All the above.

38 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 38 Why is forgiveness such a good quality? a.Means high character quality. b.Forgiveness leads to friendliness and good feeling. c.a and b, but it is not mandatory. d.*It is a Allah's quality + a and b above.

39 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 39 Which one is better, to retaliate or to forgive? a.Retaliation is necessary but forgiveness is better. b.Forgiveness is better on rare occasions. c.*b above, but it is to be exercised whenever possible. d.Retaliation shows strength and determination.

40 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 40 Why not revenge? a.Revenge often is unwise. b.Revenge is usually destructive. c.*a and b above + better be avoided. d.None of the above.

41 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 41 Often fighting results from revenge. Why is that bad? a.Fighting does not establish a good relationship. b.Fighting is destructive. c.Rarely is fighting good. d.*All the above + fighting to be avoided at all cost.

42 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 42 Self-control is a form of self conquest. Is it a form of Jihad? a.*Self-control is hard, it often is a form of Jihad. b.Yes it is on rare occasions. c.No, it is not, why should it be? d.Jihad is no more than self-control.

43 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 43 "He will be rewarded he who will suppress his anger." Why did the Prophet (pbuh) say that? a.You are less likely to do something rash when calm. b.Thinking well leads to good planning or relationships. c.Allah does not like angry people. d.*Allah promised THAWAAB + a and b in such situations.

44 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 44 "He is not strong or powerful he who runs people down." Why did Prophet (pbuh) say that? a.Criticism is practiced more by psychologically weak people. b.Running people down is cowardly in a way. c.Criticism hurts peoples' feelings. d.*All above + it leads to retaliation.

45 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 45 "No person has taken a better drink than that of anger for the sake of Allah." Why did Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) mean? a.You get angry if Allah's cause is abused out of love for Allah. b.Means true faith + d. c.Means love for Islam. d.*A form of defense for Islam + a, b, and c.

46 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 46 Why is patience a virtue? a.Enjoined by Islam. b.Often leads to good unexpected results. c.*Helps override difficulties + a and b. d.Is the greatest mark of faith + a and b.

47 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 47 Does Islam discourage envy? a.No, it encourages it. b.*Generally it does, since envy can be harmful. c.Envy is destructive, there should be no envy. d.Be envious to your heart's content.

48 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 48 What is wrong with envy? a.It can be destructive to the innocent envied. b.Often makes the envier very disgruntled. c.May lead to backbiting. d.*All the above.

49 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 49 "Envy eats up good deeds." What did Prophet Muhammad mean by that? a.Envy is destructive, will cost the person demerits. b.Envy will reduce the value of the person. c.*a and b above + yet not all envy is bad. d.a and b above + all envy is bad.

50 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 50 In which situations is it good to be envious? a.A well learned person in Islam. b.a above + who reads the Quran well. c.a above + who fights for Islam. d.*a above + he who works for Islam valiantly.

51 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 51 The Holy Quran asks us to take refuge in Allah from the envier as he envies. Why is that? a.To be shielded from possible trouble. b.To gain heavenly protection through Allah's help. c.*a and b + gain feeling of assurance. d.To earn Allah's love and satisfaction + a.

52 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 2 52 End of quiz a.You may go for the next set of questions about Islamic Ethics and Hadith or b.You may choose another topic c.Thank you and May Allah bless you.


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