How well do you know the Names of Allah? #1


"God has the most excellent names. Call on Him by His Names and keep away from those who distort them. They shall be requited for what they used to do! " - Surah al-Araf, Verse 180.

Test your Islamic Knowledge! Challenge your family and friends! (Learn about the 99 Names of Allah)

1.

 

Which name of Allah means "The King"?

2.

 

Which of the following Surah mentions Allah as Ash-Shakur (The Most Appreciative)?

3.

 

What is the meaning of Al Khaaliq?

4.

 

Al Aziz means The Almighty

5.

 

Which of the following means "The Most Forgiving"?

6.

 

What is the Arabic for this Name of Allah mentioned in the following Ayah in Surah An-Nisa?

Whoever intercedes for a good cause will have a reward therefrom; and whoever intercedes for an evil cause will have a burden therefrom. And ever is Allah , over all things, a Keeper. (Surah An-Nisa’ 4:85)

7.

 

Al Wadud means The Most Wise

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How many Surahs mention Allah as Al Hameed (The Praiseworthy)?

9.

 

Which of the following means "The Strong"

10.

 

What is the meaning of "As Salaam"?


 


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