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

2 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 2 What is meant by goodness of character? a.Way you act according to your common sense. b.Way your friends act. c.Way you think according to the Hadith. d.Way to apply the Divine Commands.

3 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 3 Can we be good if our intentions for doing things are always bad? a.Yes, of course. b.Sometimes. c.No, of course not. d.We can be good by simply thinking we are good.

4 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 4 Why are intentions important? a.Since intentions always lead to actions. b.Good intentions may lead to good or bad actions. c.Since they often lead to bad actions. d.Good intentions often lead to good results.

5 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 5 What will the result be if we intend to do things but not achieve them? a.False good feelings + b and c. b.Fooling ourselves. c.The result will be zero. d.It is fun, + b and c.

6 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 6 If intentions alone are not enough, what makes them meaningful? a.Attempt to achieve our intentions. b.a above + serious commitment to our intentions. c.Performing our deeds haphazardly. d.a and c above.

7 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 7 Will attempting to achieve our intentions be far better than having intentions without action? a.Yes, of course this is obvious. b.Not always + c. c.Depends on how a person regards his/her intentions. d.a and c above.

8 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 8 Can good deeds be done with various kinds of intentions? a.Yes, except evil intentions. b.Should be done only with good intentions. c.Yes with any kind of intention. d.a and c above.

9 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 9 How does Islam teach us to have goodness of heart and be pure? a.Urges us to do good through good intentions. b.Urges us to follow Allah's commands + a and c. c.Urges us to emulate Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). d.To blindly follow our parents' example.

10 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 10 Islam urges us to purify ourselves, how can we do that? a.Good intentions, goodwill, and following the Quran. b.Doing the Wudu and prayers + a. c.Taking a full bath. d.Good intentions with a full bath + b and c.

11 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 11 The Holy Quran teaches that the true winner is the one who has purified himself. What is the first step towards purifying ourselves? a.Being good to our parents. b.Solemn intention to follow Allah's commands. c.Follow Allah's commands often. d.Follow the example of Prophet Muhammad.

12 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 12 What is meant by clean heart? a.Heart full of goodness with no intention to do bad. b.Heart full of Islamic piety. c.Heart full of social commitment and helping people + a. d.a and b above.

13 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 13 What will the result be if we intend to do things but not achieve them? a.False good feelings + b and c. b.Fooling ourselves. c.The result will be zero. d.It is fun, + b and c.

14 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 14 "Allah is pure and He loves purity and goodness." What is meant by this Hadith? a.Allah has no negative attributes. b.We have to try to emulate Allah's attributes. c.Allah loves the one who tries to emulate His attributes. d.All above + we therefore become good.

15 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 15 How difficult is it to be pure? a.Difficulty depends on degree of purity. b.It is easy. c.Fairly difficult. d.Not difficult at all.

16 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 16 "A truly pure heart with good measure of mercy will lead to the Garden of Bliss." Is that part of being a good Muslim? a.Yes, since this is a Hadith. b.Yes, since it is in the Quran. c.Yes, since it is both in the Quran and a Hadith. d.Yes, it is a good saying by my dad.

17 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 17 "A truthful tongue is the best. It can lead to the least degree of trouble." Why is it hard to be truthful most of the time? a.It may be embarrassing. b.It may hurt someone's feelings. c.It is more fun not to be truthful. d.a and b above.

18 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 18 Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) urges all people to stick to the truth. Is that possible? a.It is possible to stick to the truth all the time. b.Some of the time. c.Most of the time. d.Not possible at all.

19 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 19 To say the truth is wholesome and healthy. Why shouldn't we lie sometimes? a.It is good to lie sometimes. b.Truth is wholesome but lying is fun. c.Truth is wholesome but lying can destroy. d.Truth is always difficult, lying is easy.

20 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 20 Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) urges the Muslims to be straightforward. Why not cheat sometimes? a.Cheating is wonderful. b.Cheating is destructive. c.By cheating, a person cheats himself. d.b + c, it is very harmful.

21 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 21 What kind of trouble can we have if we cheat? a.Hurt ourselves. b.Hurt others + a. c.Hurt society sometimes + b. d.Can become richer + all above.

22 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 22 Why does Allah command us in the Holy Quran to hold to the truth and to be straightforward. a.Because we will benefit. b.Though the truth is hard, it is better that we stick to it. c.The society will benefit in the long run. d.All the above.

23 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 23 Why does Allah command us in the Holy Quran to strictly fulfill our promises? a.Islam is for integrity, keeping promises is part of that. b.Goodness demands fulfillment of promises. c.Keeping promises is an essential part of Muslim character. d.a and c above.

24 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 24 "The truth leads to virtue, and virtue leads to Heaven." What does that mean? a.Only virtuous people deserve Heaven. b.Virtue is an Islamic integrity, truth is virtue. c.Part of virtue is the truth. d.All the above.

25 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 25 What is virtue? a.Applying the Divine Commands. b.Applying only the Sunnah. c.Goodness of character. d.To be absolutely in the way of Allah.

26 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 26 According to a Hadith, what are the signs of hypocrites? a.He who lies, breaks promises, cannot be trusted. b.A mean person who lies and criticizes. c.One with double personality who hurts others. d.A person who brags about himself all the time.

27 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 27 What can happen if we lie? a.People lose trust in us. b.Our noses will grow. c.Break Allah's Commands + b. d.Break up our Islamic integrity + a.

28 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 28 Who was the best example as a man in telling the truth? a.Myself. b.Muhammad (pbuh). c.My mother and her sister. d.My father.

29 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 29 Why should we be truthful, trustworthy and pure? a.Because Islam wants the best for us. b.Wants purity of character for us. c.To be virtuous and wholesome + a and b. d.Good human relationship + above.

30 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 30 Is to be honest as good as being trustworthy? a.Yes, very much so. b.No way, less important. c.It is more important. d.Both are good yet not so important.

31 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 31 Allah commands us to be "honest in our thoughts as well as in our deeds." Why is that? a.It is bad to be honest in thoughts and dishonest in deeds. b.Honesty is more important than our deeds. c.Virtue commands honesty in thoughts and deeds. d.Dishonesty in thoughts and deeds is the worst thing.

32 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 32 Suppose being honest would hurt us in certain situations. Can we sneak around this a little? a.Yes with a little white lie. b.Yes with minor dishonesty. c.Better not to, yet we may try diplomacy. d.All the above.

33 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 33 In any profession, being honest is a very high quality. Is honesty part of virtue? a.Major component of virtue. b.Minor component. c.Virtue is honesty itself. d.No relation.

34 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 34 What can happen if we are dishonest? a.Hurt or damage others. b.Often hurt ourselves. c.People lose confidence and trust in us. d.All the above.

35 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 35 Will Allah be pleased with the dishonest people? a.He might be, since He is forgiving. b.No He will not be, it is against His Commands. c.Depends on the circumstances. d.a and c above.

36 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 36 Allah commands us in the Holy Quran to fulfill our contracts and promises. Why is that? a.A true Muslim must be honest. b.Would be best for the society. c.a and b above + good for us. d.Likes us to be perfect + b.

37 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 37 What is integrity? a.Perfection of the Islamic character. b.Personal view of goodness of self. c.Good manners. d.All above + courteous attitude.

38 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 38 Can a believer be a believer without integrity? a.Yes, he can. b.No, since Iman without integrity is useless. c.Believers' self is molded by Iman. d.a and b above.

39 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 39 Can you give us an example about the trusteeship of Muhammad (pbuh)? a.Enemies and friends called him "the trustworthy." b.People trusted him with their valuables as if he were a bank. c.During Hijrah, the trusted valuables had to be returned. d.He entrusted it to Ali (a.s.) who returned b above.

40 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 40 What is meant by being dependable? a.A person who can be trusted. b.A person with integrity. c.Above in a believer. d.A truly good friend who is trustworthy.

41 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 41 Can a man of integrity be at the same time a non-Muslim? a.Yes, he can. b.Integrity is linked only to a person's faith. c.Integrity is important only in Islam. d.All the above.

42 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 42 Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) urges us to be kind, and so does the Quran. Why should we be kind? a.Kindness is a mark of faith. b.Kindness is a component of godliness. c.Kindness springs from love + the above. d.Kindness is done to gain respect of others.

43 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 43 What is so important about kindness and love? a.Kindness in words reaps good feeling. b.Meanness can undermine good relationship. c.Kindness in deeds benefits everyone + a & b. d.a and b.

44 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 44 To have a good solid character, kindness and love should be the basis. What does Islam tell us about that? a."Kindness is a mark of faith." b."The most favored to Allah is he who is kindest to Allah's creation." c."To be blessed by Him who is in Heaven, be kind to those on earth." d."Kindness to parents reigns supreme" + above.

45 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 45 How are we to treat our parents and family? a.Love, love and more love. b.With a high measure of love, respect and understanding. c.Deeds showing love + b. d.Show love only if they show us love.

46 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 46 How difficult is it to treat others with kindness? a.It is very difficult. b.Not difficult if we want to be kind. c.It depends on the situation. d.It is cowardly to be brutal, brave to be kind.

47 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 47 How loving should we feel towards the poor? a.Very loving, bound to help. b.Understanding, help as much as we can. c.No need for love, just help a great deal. d.Stop everything we are doing, then help the poor.

48 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 48 How often do you feel kind and loving towards your parents? a.Most of the time. b.Only when they are kind to me. c.Only when I am feeling good. d.All the above depending on the situation.

49 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 49 How loving can we be towards the orphans and the needy? a.Should be very loving + b and c. b.Orphans and the needy should not be the target of ridicule. c.Understand their predicament and act accordingly. d.We can give them enough care + c.

50 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 50 How important is it to be loving, kind and helpful? a.Though important, but more said than done. b.More said than practiced + a. c.Fairly important. d.Important, only sometimes.

51 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 51 Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said "For us to have Allah's mercy, we have to show mercy to others." Why? a.We deserve Allah's mercy if we are kind to others. b.More of Allah's blessings will reach us. c.Mercifulness first and foremost + b above. d.”Have a heart” + a and b above.

52 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 52 To love and to forgive is part of our faith. Do we do that out of love of Allah? a.Yes, always. b.Yes, sometimes. c.Yes, thru being humanitarian. d.b and c above.

53 Click for the answer Questions, Islamic Ethics and Hadith, Part 1 53 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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