Islamic Studies Quiz Test 10

In this test, candidates are expected to show the basic knowledge of the Holy Quran, Hadith, broad knowledge of important events in Islamic History and prominent personalities. Non-Muslim candidates would be tested in the field of ethics, comparative religions, and questions of general nature.


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Q1. What is the object of Salat?
Q2. Salat-e-Kisoof is performed at the occasion
Q3. Salat-e-lstasqa is performed at the occasion of
Q4. Salat-e-lstakhara is offered for:
Q5. How many Farz Rakaat does a Muslim offer on journey instead of four of Zuhr, Asr and Isha preayers?
Q6. Name the prayers in which there is no change in Farz Raka'ats in case of Qasr?
Q7. Every prayer is preceded by an Azaan with the exception of:
Q8. A person who performs prayer alone is called
Q9. Standing straight for a short while after Rukah is called
Q10. How many persons should be in Ba-Jamat-Salat?
Q11. Which pillar of Islam is the Key of Paradise?
Q12. When Siyyam of Ramadan was ordered?
Q13. Ramadan is the Islamic calendar.
Q14. What is the meaning of Ai'tekaf?
Q15. In which month of the Islamic calendar the first revelation of the Qur'an came to the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.W)
Q16. Which Rukn-e-lslam is called a shield?
Q17. What is the key note of Fasting?
Q18. What is called the first Ashra of Ramadan?
Q19. What is called the second Ashra of Ramazan?
Q20. What is called the third Ashra of Ramazan?
Q21. Zakat is also called
Q22. What is the backbone of the economic system of Islam?
Q23. When was Zakat made compulsory?
Q24. How many times the word Zakat appears with Salat in the Holy Quran?
Q25. The Nisaab of Zakat is

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