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Ali ibn Abi Talib (ra) commonly known as Zhulfiqar, a sword that is believed to be Al Zhulfikar is on display at a museum in Egypt however it does not have two prongs, and the sowrd was given to him by Rasool Allah(saw).

As per hadith we are commonly aware that metaphorically paradise lies under the feet of mother, also as per hadith under which other object paradise metaphorically lies?
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The shadows of swords.
 
What was the first salah prayed by the prophet Mohammad (sas)?
1) Fajr
2) Dhuhr
3) Asr
4) Maghrib
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At what age did the prophet (sas) receive the first revelation?
1) 20
2) 30
3) 40
4) 50
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Who wrote the Muqaddimah?

A) Abu Hanifa
B) Ibn Khaldun
C) Al-Ghazali
D) Ibn Taymiyyah
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Originally posted by Kadaveri

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Who wrote the Muqaddimah?

A) Abu Hanifa
B) Ibn Khaldun
C) Al-Ghazali
D) Ibn Taymiyyah
 

(B) It was Ibn Khaldun. The word means "Introduction."

Which surah (chapter) in the Qur'an is equivalent to 1/3 of the Qur'an?
 
(A) Surat al-Baqara
(B) Surat al-Kaafiroon
(C) Surat al-Fatihah
(D) Surat al-Ikhlaas
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Originally posted by Aviatrix

Which surah (chapter) in the Qur'an is equivalent to 1/3 of the Qur'an?
 
(A) Surat al-Baqara
(B) Surat al-Kaafiroon
(C) Surat al-Fatihah
(D) Surat al-Ikhlaas
 
Surat al-Ikhlaas
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Which Surah does not start with the "Bismi Allahi alrrahmani alrraheemi"
 
(A) Surat al-Fatihah
(B) Surat an-Naml
(C) Surat al-Qasas
(D) Surat al-Hud


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Originally posted by whirlingEcstasy

Which Surah does not start with the "Bismi Allahi alrrahmani alrraheemi"
 
(A) Surat al-Fatihah
(B) Surat an-Naml
(C) Surat al-Qasas
(D) Surat al-Hud
 
The answer is Surat At-Tawba (9) which is not one of the answers you gave.
 
Which surah (chapter) in the Qur'an is equivalent to 1/4 of the Qur'an?
 
(A) Surat al-Baqara
(B) Surat al-Kaafiroon
(C) Surat al-Fatihah
(D) Surat an-Nisaa'


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Suratul - Kaafiroon (I think)
 
Which surah is described as the 'heart' of the Qur'an?
 
a) Surah Mulk
b) Surah Ya-seen
c) Surah Sajdah
d) Surah Faatiha
 
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Suratul - Kaafiroon (I think)
 
Which surah is described as the 'heart' of the Qur'an?
 
a) Surah Mulk
b) Surah Ya-seen
c) Surah Sajdah
d) Surah Faatiha
 
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Yep--you were right. And then you took my next question!
 
But I'll wait a little while to see if someone else can answer it.
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http://www.al-islam.org/sura_yasin/1.htm
I guess Surah Ya-Seen
Chapter 36
 
 


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Right!!!  Very good, Ted.
 
Do you want to ask a question now?
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6. Which Prophet's people's punishment was having Angel Jibril (as) pick up the land that they were on, raise it high, turn it upside down, and drop it. (He and his followers had all left this city, so they were saved). 

    Shoaib

    Ismail

    Lut

    Idris

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Originally posted by jamilahz

6. Which Prophet's people's punishment was having Angel Jibril (as) pick up the land that they were on, raise it high, turn it upside down, and drop it. (He and his followers had all left this city, so they were saved). 

    Shoaib

    Ismail

    Lut

    Idris

 
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