Ibadah Quiz

Try the quiz here: https://islamtees.uk/quizzes/ibadah-quiz/

See how well you do (or don’t) and compete with friends and family!

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Important Note: this quiz is just a guide and not a comprehensive thorough one. There could be many more questions that could have been included in relation to Ibadah/Uboodiyyah (Worship/Servitude). What we don’t know is much more than what we do know, as it is said. This applies to many sciences/topics, whether Islamic or not. Just worth bearing this in mind.

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2 Responses to Ibadah Quiz

  1. Hamad Shaame Hamad says:

    It would be right to something like a certificate. Just to encourage people.

    • islamtees says:

      Certificates aren’t necessary. How many have certificates after graduating from Islamic universities but conceal the truth, the dawah to Tawheed, Sunnah and Salafiyyah – for whatever reason or agenda? Those who don’t warn enough against or largely stay silent about the greatest sins and crimes like Shirk and Bidah, downplay major creedal violations that oppose the well-known aqeedah of the Salafus-Saalih – “let us forget about our differences” – and who cooperate with or share platforms with the greatest committers of Shirk and Bidah (even praising them sometimes!) – “let us unite”. Where’s the hikmah, tasfiyah and tarbiyyah in this?

      Yasir Qadhi is a prime example and a wake up call to Muslims to not be deceived. Certificates from Islamic universities don’t necessarily save you from innovation, misguidance or deviation.

      Now to be fair, there are some who’ve got certificates after studying in Islamic universities and are greatly benefitting the Muslims (their communities and beyond) with their call to Tawheed, Sunnah, Eemaan and Salafiyyah and warning against Shirk, Bidah, Kufr and sects/parties. It’s hoped more follow their example, attitude and way.

      Hope this makes reasonable sense.

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