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9 years 7 months ago #1414 by moosaa.richardson
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The following are the questions and answers from the weekly quiz (#10). Since we can not send out PDF reports individually, this is offered as a temporary solution for those who are keen to know their detailed results. Its a bit coded but in shaa' Allaah those who want to know the correct answers will be able to figure it out.

There are four answers for each question. The correct answers have a T before them, and the incorrect choices have an F before them.



1. + M 1 Complete the meaning of the authentic ḥadīth, "Whoever wears a tameemah (talisman or amulet)..."

(Choose all answers that apply.)

explanation:
Collected by Aḥmad in his Musnad (4/156) and Al-Haakim in his Mustadrak (4/417).

1.+ T modify


"...has committed shirk."
2.+ F modify


"...shall have no tameemah in the Hereafter."
3.+ F modify


"...shall never be successful (in this life or the next)."
4.+ F modify


Actually, there is no authentic ḥadīth with that meaning.



2. + M 1 How did Huthayfah (may Allaah be pleased with him) respond when he saw a man wearing a talisman of string to protect him from insect bites?

(Choose all answers that apply.)

explanation:
The story was collected by Ibn Abee Haatim, and it was the last narration in that chapter.
1.+ T modify


He broke it off of him.
2.+ F modify


He asked him to remove it.
3.+ F modify


A verse of the Quran was sent down to him (that means): "And most of them do not truly believe in Allaah, rather they commit shirk." (Sūrah Yoosuf: 106)
4.+ F modify


He taught him to read the three "qul"s (the last three chapters of the Quran) for protection.



3. + M 1 Which of the following points can be concluded from the verse that means, "Say (to them O Muhammad): Do you see those whom you call upon beside Allaah...?" (Az-Zumar:38]

(Choose all answers that apply.)
1.+ T modify


It shows the futility of the shirk of calling upon other than Allaah, since no one can bring harm or benefit against what Allaah wants.
2.+ T modify


It is proof that debating a person of shirk is legislated (under the right circumstances).
3.+ T modify


That wearing amulets to seek the protection of righteous people is useless.
4.+ T modify


That true reliance upon Allaah is sufficient for anyone.



4. + M 1 Which of the following things can be said about the ḥadīth about the man who was wearing a band or a bracelet to protect him from a certain illness (or to heal him from it), and he was told, "Take it off! It will only increase you in weakness! If you die wearing it, you will never be successful (in the Hereafter)!"

(Choose all answers that apply.)

explanation:
Collected by Aḥmad in his Musnad (4/445) and Al-Haakim in his Mustadrak (4/216). Al-Waadi'ee said its chain was broken in Tatabbu al-Owhaam (4/341).
1.+ T modify


The author said about it, "It was collected by Aḥmad, with a chain that is not that bad (laa ba's bihi)."
2.+ T modify


Its chain of narration is not connected.

explanation:
Al-Ḥasan al-Basree did not hear from Imrān ibn Husayn, remember? (As Shaykh Muqbil pointed out in Tatabbu al-Owhaam.)
3.+ F modify


If it is authentic, it proves that one can wear bracelets to seek protection from Allaah alone.
4.+ F modify


If it is authentic, it proves that medical bracelets are impermissible.

explanation:
It was not a medical bracelet!



5. + M 1 Which rational arguments were the Prophet (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) told to use to explain the need to call upon Allaah alone, in the verse that means, "Say (to them O Muhammad): Do you see those whom you call upon beside Allaah...?" (Az-Zumar:38]

(Choose all answers that apply.)
1.+ T modify


They are clearly unable to repel any harm that Allaah has decreed for you.
2.+ T modify


They are clearly unable to bring you any benefit that Allaah has not decreed for you.
3.+ F modify


They were wicked people in the first place, so why would you call upon them?
4.+ F modify


Wearing amulets with their names on them was never endorsed by those people in the first place.

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9 years 7 months ago #1419 by troid.ca admin
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PDF issue has been resolved, Abūl-'Abbass you may try to view/send pdfs as needed now.

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9 years 7 months ago - 9 years 7 months ago #1423 by moosaa.richardson
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9 years 6 months ago #1463 by Madeehah Ahmad
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Assalāmu'alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

I'm a bit confused about the question:

Which rational arguments were the Prophet (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) told to use to explain the need to call upon Allaah alone, in the verse that means, "Say (to them O Muhammad): Do you see those whom you call upon beside Allaah...?" (Az-Zumar:38]


and why the following option is correct:

They are clearly unable to bring you any benefit that Allaah has not decreed for you.


as I don't see this mentioned in the arguments that he sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam was told to use in this aayah. I understood 'mumsikaatu rahmatihi' to mean withholding his mercy, not bringing benefit.

JazaakAllaahu khayran

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