How well do you know the Names of Allah? #2

Category: Faith & Spirituality, Featured, Interactive Topics: Allah Channel: Quiz

"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.

 

What is the meaning of Al Jabbar?

2.

 

Which of the following Surahs mention Allah as Ar Razzaq (The Provider)?

3.

 

Al Wahab means The Bestower.

4.

 

Which of the following means The All Knowing?

5.

 

What is the meaning of Al Qahar?

6.

 

Surah Saba Ayah 26 mentions The Opener, which in Arabic is _______________.

7.

 

Al Adl means The Most Just

8.

 

The following Verse from Surah Hud Ayah 112 mentions Al Baseer. What does Al Baseer mean?

فَاسْتَقِمْ كَمَا أُمِرْتَ وَمَن تَابَ مَعَكَ وَلاَ تَطْغَوْاْ إِنَّهُ بِمَا تَعْمَلُونَ بَصِيرٌ

9.

 

What is the Arabic for The Ever Living?

10.

 

What is the meaning of Al Awwal?


 


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