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Quiz 14 Seniors

1. Who has taught us what to recite for various occasions?
Prophet Muhammad Sallallāhu alayhi wa Sallam

2. What is the meaning of A'ûdhu Billâh?
“I seek refuge in Allāh”

3. What are the similarities between du'â and salâh?
Any three of these similarities between salāh and duā can be mentioned:

  1. both are performed for the sake of Allāh and are directed towards Allāh
  2. both involve supplications to Allāh
  3. both require faith (īmān) in Allāh, the One True God who is worthy of worship, and answers supplications
  4. both require presence of heart and mind
  5. both are great noble deeds that yield heavenly reward from Allāh
  6. both have been commanded to be performed by Allāh in the Holy Qur’ān
  7. both are performed in congregation as well as individually
  8. both are performed aloud as well as silently
  9. Prophet Muhammad Sallallāhu alayhi wa Sallam performed both to the greatest measure

4. In what ways are du'â and salâh not similar?
Any three of these ways in which salāh and duā are not similar can be mentioned:

  1. salāh is obligatory while duā is voluntary
  2. salāh has to be performed at specified times while duā can be performed at any time
  3. salāh has to be performed facing the qibla in the direction of Makkah but duā doesn’t have this requirement
  4. you need to be in wudū for salāh but this is not a requirement for duā
  5. salāh has a sequence to it which has to be observed for it to be valid, there is no required sequence for duā
  6. salāh requires niyya (intention), duā does not
  7. salāh has to be performed in Arabic while duā can be performed in any language

5. What do you recite when you break your fast?
You recite:
“Allāhumma innī laka sumtu wa bika āmantu wa alayka tawakkaltu wa alā rizqika aftartu”

6. Write its meaning.
Its meaning is:
“O Allāh! I fasted for You and I believe in You and I put my trust in You and I break my fast with sustenance provided by You”

7. What do you recite in expressing astonishment and surprise?

8. Write its translation.
“Glory be to Allāh”

9. What do you recite when you sneeze?
Al-Hamdu Lillāh

10. Write its translation.
All praise is for Allāh

11. What is the response to this recitation of someone who sneezes?

12. Write its translation.
May Allāh have mercy on you

13. What is recited when someone passes away?
Innā Lillāhi wa innā ilayhi rājiūn

14. Write its meaning.
“To Allāh we belong and to Him is our return”

Write the translation of:

15. Inshâ Allâh
“If Allāh wills (then it shall be done)”

16. Yâ Fattâh al-qulûb Yâ Shâfiyal amrâd
O The Opener of hearts! O The Healer of diseases!

17. Hasbiyallâh
Allâh is sufficient for me

18. Tawakkaltu 'Alallâh
I put my trust in Allāh

19. Lâ Hawla wa lâ quwwata illâ Bîllâh
There is no power or strength except with Allāh

20. Husnu'l Khâtima
A blissful end (death) as a believing Muslim.

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