Ramadan Quiz 5
Ramadan is a holy month in Islam. The purpose of fasting is not just to abstain from food and drink. It is to acquire Taqwa (God-consciousness), control over our desires and to think about the less fortunate who do not have the luxuries we have.
This quiz will test your knowledge on the Sahaba (companions).
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What is the name of the first caller of the Adhan?
Bilal Ibn Umair
Bilal Ibn Rabah
Bilal Ibn Al-Khattab
Bilal Ibn Thabit
Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (RadiAllahu Anhu) had the title Al-Farooq, what does it mean?
the one who is strong
the one who is brave
the one who is a warrior
the one who distinguishes between right and wrong
What is the name of Prophet Muhammad's (Peace Be Upon Him) first wife?
Who is known as As-Siddiq (the truthful)?
Who is the Companion known as "the Translator of the Quran"?
Musab Ibn Umair
Abdullah Ibn Abbas
Abdullah Ibn Masud
Abdullah Ibn Salam
Who is called a companion of the Prophet Muhammad?
A Muslim who prays 5 times a day
All Muslims are companions
Someone who saw the Prophet (PBUH), believed in him and died as a Muslim
Someone who spoke to the Prophet (PBUH)
Many companions emigrated before the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him)
What is Abu Hurairah's (RadiAllahu Anhu) real name?
Abdur-Rahman Ibn Awais
Abdur-Rahman Ibn Abu Bakr
Abdur-Rahman Ibn Awf
Abdur-Rahman Ibn Sakhr
What is Ashara Mubashara?
The first 10 Sahabas (companions) who migrated to Madinah
Sahabas (companions) who have been promised Paradise
The Sahabas (companions) who accepted Islam first
The first 10 Sahabas (companions) who did Hajj
Which Sahabi (companion) is married to Umar Al-Khattab's (RadiAllahu Anhu) sister Fatimah (RadiAllahu Anha)?
Sa'd Ibn Ubadah
Sa'id Ibn Amir
Sa'id Ibn Zaid
Sa'd Ibn Malik
Which Sahabi (companion) purchased the Rumah Well?
Uthman Ibn Affan
Ali Ibn Abi Talib
Sa'd Ibn Abi Waqqas
Talhah Ibn Ubaydullah
Who introduced the Muslim calendar following the lack of an accurate dating system throughout the rapidly expanding Khilafah?
Abu Bakr As-Siddiq
Umar Ibn Al-Khattab
Ali Ibn Abi Talib
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