27-Slander
1. A hawdaj is a tent put on a camel with curtains all around it. *
2 points
2. Aisha Radi Allahu Anha’s two options when she was left behind were: 1) Stay put or 2) Scream for help. *
2 points
3. It was the job of a man named Safwan to go ahead of the army and make sure there was no danger. *
2 points
4. The person who found Aisha Radi Allahu Anha recognized her because they were related. *
2 points
5. Aisha Radi Allahu Anha realized something was wrong because the Prophet Sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was treating her differently. *
2 points
6. The handmaiden of Aisha, Bareera, complained that Aisha would sometimes fall asleep when she was supposed to watch the bread and then their goat would eat it. *
2 points
7. Shaytaan never managed to whisper and affect companions when they were in the presence of the Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi wa sallam.
2 points
8. Aisha Radi Allahu Anha was offended by what the Prophet Sallallahu alyhi wa sallam initially said to her regarding the rumours.
2 points
9. When the wahi came down and exonerated Aisha and her mother told her to thank the Prophet Sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, her response was "I will thank Allah".
2 points
10. Ayaat in Surah Nisa were revealed in response to Aisha's situation.
2 points
11. The situation led to the revelation of ayaat regarding chastity. *
2 points
12. We should not believe rumours that we hear except when proof is presented.
2 points
13. Proof regarding rumours about a believer is governed according to western laws. (Testimonies, circumstantial evidence, etc.)
2 points
14. The wisdom behind requirement of 4 witnesses is to allow believers' sins to remain covered until Allah wants otherwise.
2 points
15. The Sharia does not hold the honour of people valuable.
2 points
16. Buhtan azeem is backbiting.
2 points
17. Hadd punishment can only be enacted when there is absolute certainty that the crime occurred.
2 points
18. Only two true believers were punished after they came forward and admitted their sin.
2 points
19. Abdullah Ibn Ubayy was one of the people who came forward and confessed.
2 points
20. In a way, hadd punishments are blessings because they allow people to answer for sins in the dunya instead of in the akhirah.
2 points
21. The Sahaba would not make each others' mistakes public.
2 points
21. Tayammum was revealed because of something Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu did.
2 points
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