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1 Part #4 50 Questions Questions about Islamic Ethics and Hadith

2 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 2 Why all this excessive kindness to the parents? a.Out of love. b.It is a religious duty. c.They deserve it. d.All the above.

3 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 3 Muhammad (pbuh) said "The gateway to Heavens is through the satisfaction of mothers." How come? a.The mother deserves extra attention. b.Repaying her extra work and toil, she deserves extra attention. c.She is likely to be ignored. d.It is a heavenly command.

4 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 4 What kind of treatment should a Muslim aim for to please his parents? a.Have tender cordial relationships. b.Be supportive and respectful. c.Be helpful, kind and considerate. d.Ease the financial burden if need be + above.

5 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 5 What does the Holy Quran say about treating relatives? a.Be close to them, kind and considerate. b.Their priority is second to the parents. c.Eye for eye and tooth for tooth a + b. d.Full support and cooperation + a and b.

6 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 6 "The best of you towards Allah are those who are best towards their own family." What does this Hadith mean? a.Allah loves those who are good to their family. b.A good family is the basis of society. c.We are urged to do our best in our family relationship. d.All the above.

7 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 7 "Who is the closest to you in your family? Then who? Then who?" What does this Hadith mean? a.Mother and father; brothers and sisters; aunts and uncles. b.Grandparents, brothers and sisters. c.Aunts and uncles and grandparents. d.A above in descending order.

8 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 8 What does the Holy Quran say about neighbors? a.Don't interfere with their affairs. b.To mind their own business, mind your business + a. c.Treat them as if they are your family. d.Don't antagonize them at all.

9 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 9 "He who believes in Allah and the Day of Judgment, let him cause no harm to his neighbor." What does this Hadith mean? a.The great value Islam gives to the neighbors. b.All neighbors deserve the standard of excellence. c.Nasty neighbors are not to be so treated + b. d.a above if they are good.

10 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 10 Give us more Hadiths about neighbors. a."He is beloved by Allah he who is best among friends." b.a + "and is best in his neighborhood." c.a + "and is best to his mom and dad." d.a + "and is best to Allah's creatures."

11 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 11 Islam urges us to help the needy and visit the sick. Why the sick? a.To give them medicine. b.Give them love in times of need + a. c.Make them feel better psychologically. d.All the above.

12 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 12 Why does Islam urge us to treat our wives with tenderness and respect? a.They are too sensitive and need our appreciation. b.They are always good, need acknowledgement. c.They need constant assurance + a and b. d.The head of the family is to return the favor to the wife.

13 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 13 "With kindness do admonish your wives." What does this Hadith mean? a.A good wife deserves all degrees of kindness. b.A good wife deserves all kinds of love. c.On receiving appreciation and love, a smart wife will reciprocate + a and b. d.Admonish her only if she deserves that + a and b.

14 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 14 "A virtuous wife is a man's best treasure." What does this Hadith mean? a.Virtue of a woman is the basis of family integrity. b.Virtue leads to stability and trust + a. c.Virtue leads to insecurity and disgust. d.Virtuous wife is rarely appreciated.

15 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 15 Why does Allah the Almighty command us to be very helpful to the widows and the orphans? a.They always need help. b.They are in a disadvantaged condition. c.They might hold inferiority complex + b. d.To make them feel good + all above.

16 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 16 Give us some Hadiths about the place of the widow and the orphan in Islam. a."Striving for the widows and the disadvantaged:" b."Is like he who strives in the way of Allah" + a. c."Is like a hero going to Heaven" + a. d."Is like a true Muslim, full of faith" + a.

17 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 17 What if an orphan or widow is ill-treated? a.Person will go to Hell. b.It will cost the person demerits. c.Person is non-Muslim. d.Person is crude, non-sensitive and cruel.

18 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 18 How many orphans and widows have you helped? a.None so far but I intend to help in the future. b.Few. c.10 to 20. d.25 to 50.

19 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 19 How does Islam teach us to treat women? a.In a tender gracious manner. b.In a demanding but respectful way. c.In a loving, tender way, but she is to reciprocate. d.One-sided way of respect + a.

20 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 20 "The rights of women are sacred." What does this Hadith mean? a.Islam believes in equal rights. b.Rights of women are taken seriously. c.b + religiously binding. d.b + on condition they do their homework.

21 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 21 What does Islam teach us about debts? a.Have the intentions to pay it back. b.Do it in writing. c.a and b above done in court. d.a and b above done privately.

22 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 22 "To delay paying back a debt is a form of malice." What does this Hadith mean? a.To return the favor you pay back the debt promptly. b.Paying back debts is binding. c.It is sinful not to pay back debts. d.All the above.

23 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 23 What does Islam recommend about treatment of thieves? a.Put them in jail. b.Chop their head off. c.Cut the hands of any thief. d.Cut their hands only if the reasons for their thefts meet strict criteria.

24 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 24 What does the Holy Quran say about thieves? a.Stealing is a grave sin. b.As to the thief, male or female, cut off his/her hand. c.b + to be an example. d.Only when they satisfy certain strict criteria + above.

25 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 25 Is stealing a grave sin? a.Yes, it is. b.No, it is a mild sin. c.It is not a sin. d.It is a sin only if the thief does not need the item.

26 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 26 Who gets hurt from the act of stealing? a.The owner. b.The people who buy the goods. c.Everyone who potentially deals with it. d.Only the thief when caught.

27 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 27 Is stealing against the integrity of the faithful? a.It is destructive. b.It is wrong in most circumstances. c.It is sinful. d.All the above.

28 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 28 What does Islam say about honest work? a.Urges us to do honest work. b.Only encourages us for that. c.The only way there is to work + b. d.One of the ways to do so.

29 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 29 Is begging good? a.Yes if you are a beggar. b.Demeaning to the soul, ills the spirit. c.An abhorrent thing to Islam. d.Society is to provide jobs + b and c.

30 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 30 What is usury? a.Using machines in a certain way. b.High taxation. c.High interest rates. d.Charging interest rates for lending.

31 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 31 What does the Holy Quran say about usury? a."Usury belongs to Satan, so avoid it." b."Allah will deprive usury of all blessings." c."Usury belongs to Ahlul Kitab, so avoid it." d.b + "But will increase it for deeds of charity."

32 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 32 Why is usury forbidden in Islam? a.Increases the burden of the needy. b.Increases class difference of wealth in society. c.Increases greed of lenders. d.All the above.

33 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 33 What is the stand of Islam towards liquor? a.Encourages us to get drunk b.Mildly prohibiting it. c.Use it to cook with. d.Complete prohibition.

34 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 34 Why do you think Islam prohibited drinking alcohol? a.Source of numerous tragedies. b.Grave danger to health, and finance + a and c. c.A big burden on society, and family. d.Only a and c above.

35 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 35 "Don't drink liquor, for it is the root of evil." What does this Hadith mean? a.Liquor can lead to numerous mishaps. b.Liquor can destroy families. c.Liquor can be the source of numerous problems. d.All the above.

36 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 36 How does alcohol hurt our health? a.Damages the mental condition, stomach, intestine and bones. b.Damages the liver severely + c c.Damage the brain tissue. d.a and c above.

37 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 37 How does alcohol hurt our finances? a.It cost a lot of money. b.Often it leads to missing work. c.a and b + money missed can be used for family. d.a and b + gives false security.

38 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 38 What is an alcohol dependent person? a.Someone who cannot be without alcohol. b.Someone who depends on alcohol when in distress. c.Someone who has to drink when preparing for a fight. d.Someone who likes the taste but hates the smell of alcohol.

39 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 39 What does Islam say about marriage? a.Encourages marriage. b.Live a fruitful happy life + a. c.Live fighting each other + a. d.Live secluded life + a.

40 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 40 "The most valuable thing in the world is a virtuous woman." What does this Hadith mean? a.A virtuous woman will practice Islam to the fullest. b.Will be best for the family + a. c.Will be active in her career + a. d.Will be active in government + a.

41 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 41 Give us some Hadiths about married life. a."Give your wife good council." b."The best of you are those who behave best to their wives." c."Wives should bow in obedience to their husbands." d.a and b above.

42 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 42 Why should a husband and wife be devoted to each other? a.It is so nicely selfish. b.It leads to the best relationship. c.It is best for the children at first. d.a and b above.

43 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 43 What does Islam say about adultery? a.It is a grave sin, therefore allowed a few times. b.a above but allowed before marriage. c.a above but not allowed at all. d.Can be done and Allah will forgive any time.

44 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 44 How does the Holy Quran treat those who commit adultery? a.Stoning, if adultery is proven beyond a doubt. b.Cutting their hands off. c.A smile and a bow. d.Stoning once suspicion is aroused.

45 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 45 What commands does the Holy Quran give us for man/woman relationship? a.Enjoyment of each other through marriage. b.Amiable decent relationship. c.Respect of person rights through intense negotiations. d.Respect of personal rights + and b.

46 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 46 Does Islam emphasize preventive measures? a.Yes, and it is very good. b.No, it does not have to. c.Only occasionally. d.In emergency situations.

47 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 47 How does Islam treat divorce? a.Be free to divorce. b.The right to divorce is acknowledged. c.b + divorce is better if avoided. d.a + divorce is better if practiced.

48 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 48 Give us some examples of Hadith about divorce? a."Divorce is lawful in the eyes of Allah. b."The most detestable of all lawful things is divorce." c."No divorce in Islam is ever allowed." d."Only men have the right to divorce."

49 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 49 Does Islam keep the rights of the divorcees well? a.Yes, in full equity. b.Islam favors men. c.Islam favors women at the expense of men. d.Yes, but there is discrepancy.

50 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 50 What does Islam say about murder? a."Killing a human being is like killing all humanity." b."Killing is lawful in just cause + a." c.Killing is the gravest sin of all. d.Killing is rewarded with damnation + c.

51 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 51 How are we to treat the murderer if proven guilty? a.Punishment for murder is death. b.Punishment for murder is life imprisonment. c.a + b. d.The punishment is careful Psychiatric observation + c.

52 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 4 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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