NOTES: STUDIES IN ISLAM-5 ABDUL AZIZ (ISLAMIC BOOK SERVICE INDIA )

NOTES: STUDIES IN ISLAM-5  ABDUL AZIZ (ISLAMIC BOOK SERVICE INDIA )

-THE QUR’AN IS THE TRUTH  P:11-12

 

ACTIVITY:

A.WRITE SENTENCES TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:

  1. When did the Holy Book begin to be sent to our Holy Prophet?

ANS:  The Holy Book began to be sent to our Holy Prophetﷺ  when his age was forty(40)years. It was the year 610 AD round about.

  1. Where was the Messenger of Allah staying when the first verses of the Qur’an were sent?

ANS:

  1. Which Surah began to be sent down first?

 ANS:        The first revelation that Allah’s Messenger ﷺ received, forms the first verses of Surah al-Alaq (The Clot). It is the 96th Surah of theQur’an.

  1. What was the name of the angel who brought the Word of Allah to our Prophet?

ANS: The name of the angel who brought the Word of Allah عز وجل   to our Prophetﷺ  was Hadrat Jibrael علیہ السلام

  1. What is the subject of the Qur’an? What is its purpose?

ANS: The subject of the Qur’an is Man. Its purpose is to guide him, lead him out of the darkness of evil into the light of truth.

  1. How many years did the Holy Book take to be completed?

ANS: The Holy Book took 23 years to be completed.

  1. What was the effect on people around, when Abu Bakr recited the Our’an?

ANS:

  1. What has our Prophet said about the virtues of the Surah-al- Fatihah?

ANS: Our Prophetﷺ said about the virtues of the Surah-al- Fatihah:

‘there is a cure for every disease in Surah-al-Fatihah’.

  1. What did the Messenger of Allah tell the man, who said he had a liking for the Surah-al-Ikhlas?

ANS: The Prophet ﷺtold him that his liking Surah-al-Ikhlas would take him to paradise.

Reciting Surah-al-Ikhlas is equal to reciting one-third of the Qur’an.

 

B.BESIDES QUR’AN, BY WHAT OTHER NAMES DOES THE HOLY BOOK CALL ITSELF?

 

C.FILL IN THE BLANKS; USING WORDS FROM THE LESSON.

  1. Qur’an meeans———————————- .
  2. The Qur’an is the Best of ——————–
  3. The first Surah sent down was———————- .It is the——————-,th Surah in the Qur’an.
  4. The Qur’an is made up of ————————–Surahs.
  5. The language of the Qur’an is ——————————
  6. The Holy Book has———————————for its Author.

Answers:1- Qur’an, therefore, means “reading” or ‘recitationi It is the most sacred Book in the world.

2-  narratives

3- Surah al-Alaq (The Clot).  96

4-114

  1. Allah

 

D.MATCH’ THE FOLLOWING:

  1. The Qur’an is the direct    1. a way to know Allah
  2. Pondering over the Qur’an is  2. we must respect it.
  3. Qur’an is a Sacred Book, 3. is equal to one third of the Holy Book.
  4. Reciting Surah-al-Ikhlas once, 4. Word of Allah,

Answers: (1-4) (2-1) (3-2) (4-3)

 

E:SAY WHETHER THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE.

  1. The Qur’an should be recited slowly and in a moderate voice. T
  2. The Qur’an has come down to us incomplete. F
  3. The Qur’an is made up of 106 Surahs. F
  4. Many changes have been made in the Qur’an during the recent times. F
  5. When the first Surah of the Qur’an was sent down, it was the Laylatul Qadr in the month of Ramadan. T
  6. Reciting the Holy Book, we find answers to problems that come to us in our daily life. T

 

F:RECITE A PART OF THE HOLY BOOK DAILY AND KEEP ITS RECORD IN YOUR SCHOOL DIARY.

 

2 -ALLAH IS THE SUS TAINER OF THE WORLDS

ACTIVITY:

A.FILL IN THE BLANKS:

  1. He is Allah, the One ————————–.
  2. There is nothing that could be——————————–.
  3. He has created————————–well as ———————————
  4. Allah has full knowledge of————————————————-
  5. He knows all that is on—————————— and———————–
  6. It is alike for Allah whether we——————————————
  7. Allah has neither —————————nor———————————–

 

B.WRITE SENTENCES TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:

  1. Has Allah a beginning or an end?

ANS: No, Allah عز وجل   is without a beginning, without an end.

  1. Is there any god besides Allah?

ANS: No, there is no god besides Allah عز وجل

3, Who has created the seven heavens?

ANS: Allah عز وجل  has created the seven heavens.

  1. Can we find any error in Allah’s creations?

ANS: No, we cannot find any error in Allah’s creations.

 

  1. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
  2. Allah is One and—————————————————————-in everyway.
  3. Allah knows all that we bring—————————————————————-
  4. Not a leaf falls from a tree but————————————————————-
  5. When two people talk the third is —————————————Who listens.

Answers:1- Unique 2- the open 3- He knows it 4- Allah

 

D.QUESTIONS:

  1. What did the owner of the garden tell his poor friend one day?

ANS:

  1. What reply did he make?

ANS:

  1. Why did Allah send punishment down upon the man?

ANS:

  1. The Qur’an is not a hook of stories. It is a Book of Guidance What lesson does the Holy Book want to teach through the incident of the two men?

ANS:

 

3-S URAH-AN-NASR (The Help)

  1. ALLAH IS’ALL POWERFUL

ACTIVITY:

A.FIND ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

  1. How long does it take Allah to create something?

ANS: Allah takes no time to create something.

  1. What kind of a king ruled during the time of Prophet Ibrahim علیہ السلام?

ANS: There ruled a king in Iraq during the time of Prophet Ibrahimعلیہ السلام. He was very proud to be the king. He believed that he was a god.

3, What did he think of himself?

ANS:

  1. What did Prophet Ibrahim tell him one day?

ANS:

  1. Could the king give any reply?

ANS:

  1. What did the king at last decide to do?

ANS:

  1. Why could the flames of fire not harm Ibrahim?

ANS: The flames of fire not did harm Ibrahim علیہ السلام because Allah commanded the fire to cool down for Ibrahimعلیہ السلام.When Allah wants to save someone, no one can harm that person.

  1. Who was Isa علیہ السلام ?

ANS: Hadrat Isa علیہ السلام was a prophet of Allah. His mother’s name was Maryam علیہا السلام.

  1. Was Maryam married?

ANS: No, Hadrat Maryam علیہا السلام was unmarried.

10.What did the little baby, in the lap, speak out?

ANS:

 

B, MATCH THE FOLLOWING:

A B
1-    Allah is the Doer

2-    When Allah wants to  save someone

3-    It is Allah Who

4-    Maryam was

1-no one can harm that person.

2- has raised the seven heavens without any support.

3- very conscious of Allah.

4-of whatever He wills.

Answers: (1-4)(2-1)(3-2)(4-3)

C:FILL IN THE BLANKS:

1-    ————————– is Allah in His Glory.

2-    It is He Who causes the ———————– to cover the ———————-

3-    It is——————– Who brings the heavy —————–into——————

4-    Such was———————- the ———————– of Maryam.

Answers: 1- Limitless 2- night, day 3-He, clouds, being 4-Isa,son

 

  1. N0 ONE CAN COUNT ALLAH’S BLESSINGS P:21-22

ACTIVITY:

A.COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Water is one of the ——————————————
  2. It is Allah Who has grown the ——————————
  3. He created man and gifted him with———————-
  4. In fact no one can———————————————-
  5. Allah not only creates but———————————–

 

B:ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:

1.    Does Allah want us to do anything in return for all His favours given to us?

ANS:

2.    Are we expected to be questioned about the joys and comforts of life?

ANS:

3.    While commanding His servants to obey Him, does Allah seek any benefit for Himself?

ANS:

4.    What had brought the Prophet out of his house that hour?

ANS:

5.    Where did the Prophet take Abu Bakr and Umar?

ANS:

6.    What did the ANSari do for his honourable guests?

ANS:

7.    What did the Messenger of Allah say when their hunger had been fully satisfied?

ANS:

8.    Can anyone count the favours of Allah?

ANS:

 

C:1.Mention some of the special gifts given to you by allah.

2.Write a paragraph of about 10 sentences on “The Blessings of Allah”

 

D.FIND THE RIGHT ENDINGS:

  1. Water makes our 1. sends down water from the skies.
  2. It is Allah Who 2. food to all of us.
  3. Allah, our Sustainer, gives 3. life comfortable.

 

  1. THINGS TO DO:

Pay a visit to a garden, a zoo, and the seashore to see for yourself the various kinds of things created by Allah.

6-S URAH-AL-ASR (The Time) P:23

 

  1. A MUSLIM P:26

ACTIVITY:

A.ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS;

  1. What is the meaning of the word Muslim? What does Islam mean?

ANS: Muslim is an Arabic word, which means ‘surrendered’ while Islam means ‘surrender’.

  1. Who is called a Muslim?

ANS: A Muslim is he who testifies that (Shahadah)‘there is no God but Allah and Muhammad ﷺ is the Messenger of Allah’.

  1. What is the ‘Shahadah’?

ANS: SHAHADAH:

‘there is no God but Allah and Muhammad ﷺ is the Messenger of Allah’. It is the first of the five pillars of Islam.

  1. What are the Five Pillars of Islam?

ANS:

  1. How many times a day has a Muslim to offer ‘Salah’?

ANS: A Muslim offers ‘Salah’ five times a day.

6 What does ‘offering Salah perfectly’ mean?

ANS:

  1. Is ‘Salah’ meant for asking favours of Allah only?

ANS: Yes, ‘Salah’ is meant for asking favours of Allah only.

8 What is the most important mark by which a Muslim is known

ANS:

  1. Is the Hajj binding upon every Muslim?

ANS: No, The Hajj  is not binding upon every Muslim.

  1. What does the word ‘Deen’ mean?

ANS:

  1. Mention the things a Muslim is required to believe and to carry out in his life.

ANS:

  1. Can anyone become a Muslim if he does not accept what the Prophetﷺ has brought?

ANS:No, anyone cannot  become a Muslim if he does not accept what the Prophetﷺ has brought.

  1. What should be the ideal of a true Muslim?

ANS: The ideal of a true Muslim is Allah’s Messengerﷺ.

 

B.FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS TO MAKE TRUE STATEMENTS.

  1. The life of Prophet Ibrahim علیہ السلام was the life——————————
  2. He ————————and —————————————-Allah.
  3. —————————–is the second Pillar of Islam.
  4. A true Muslim never————————————-his ‘Salah’.
  5. The third of the———————-Pillars of Islam is———————————–

6.———————————means purifying —————————————

7-The Messenger of Allah  ﷺis reported to have said: I have left among you two things. They are:

1.

2.

You will not go———————————as long as———————————

Answers: 1- sacrifices 2- loved ,obeyed 3- Salah’ 4- Neglects 5- Five,Zakah’ 6- Zakah’, dues 7. Allah’s Book (ii) my Sunnah”, astray, hold fast to them

C:WRITE A PARAGRAPH ON THE “PERSONAL TRAITS OF THE PROPHET”.

8-A MUSLIM GUARDS HIS TONGUE P:28-29

 

ACTIVITY:

A:ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:

1.What care should a Muslim take while talking? Can a Muslim be a liar?

  1. What has the Messenger of Allah said about the people who ten lies merely to amuse others? What is the end of such pewle who take pleasure freely from thisfhahit?

3.Whgt does the Qur’an say about suspicion and speaking ill ofone another?

4.What is backbiting? Is backbiting a good habit?

 

B:STATEMNTS TO CORRECT.

  1. Mark F after the False statements. Explain why you chose to mark F. Mark T after the Ture ones.
  2. Allah does not like the liars.
  3. Wm a man tells a lie, he drops out a very good smell in the air.

3.A wslim tells a lie when it takes courage to speak the truth,

  1. Truth leads to paradise, falsehood to hell.
  2. Inquiring too curiously into people’s affairs is a healthy habit
  3. There is neither sin nor harm in hurting peoples feelings,
  4. There is nothing wrong in talking about others who do wrong

C:FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS.

  1. Our Prophet Muhammad ﷺ ﷺ never————————————————————–
  2. You should not———————————————————————–who talks to you
  3. It iS——————————————to be able to ————————————————.
  4. A man———————— more by his—————————– than his —————————
  5. A Muslim keeps——————————– from things that —————————————–

 

  1. MODES TY AND FAITH ARE TWINS P:32-33

ACTIVITY:

  1. QUESTIONS:

1.What are the various ways to deepen our Faith?

ANS:

  1. What is the effect of sinning on one’s Faith?

ANS:

  1. What is the relationship between faith and modesty?

ANS:

  1. What is the importance of truth in our life?

ANS:

  1. Why should a man of truth be a man of care?

ANS:

Is it wise to take part in shameful talking?

ANS:

  1. What care should one take while choosing friends?

ANS:

  1. How do the users of bad language end up?

ANS:

B:FIND THE RIGHT ENDINGS:

A B
1.Faith is the

2. We should thank

3. If you have no shame

4. Be gentle and

5. A Muslim is simple

1.do what you like.

2.generous and kindly.

3.greatest gift of Allah.

4.Allah for making us Muslims

5.avoid being rough.

 

ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS:

1.What is the value of a strong Muslim in the sight of Allah?

ANS:

  1. what are the qualities that make one fearless?

ANS:

3.What lesson does the incident of the ‘Cave of Thawr’ from the life of our Prophet teach us?

ANS:

4.Who was Rustom? Why was Ribei bin Aamir sent to him?

ANS:

5.Describe the inside of the tent of Rustom as found by Ribei.

ANS:

6.How was Ribei bin Aamir dressed?

ANS:

7.Why did Ribei bin Aamir refuse to take off his arms?

ANS:

8.What reply did he give to Rustom on being asked about the purpose of his visit?

ANS:

9.What, do you think, had made Ribei bin Aamir fearless?

ANS:

 

            D: WHO SAND THE FOLLOMG AND WHEN?

1.”Sorrow not Allah is with us”

2.“I have not come on my own If you do not like it I go back”.

10.SURAH –AL-ADIYAT P:34

11.OBEDIENCE T0 PARENTS P:36-37

ACTIVITY:

A.CHOOSE THE RIGHT WORDS FROM THE LESSON TO COMPLETE THESE STATEMENTS.

  1. The value of————————is great in——————————-
  2. The Qur’an commands us never to ————————————-
  3. Allah has commanded us ————————————————
  4. It is our duty to be——————————–to—————————–
  5. We should always speak to them ————————————-

answers: (1-serving the parents)(2-to say UFF)(3-to be kind to our parents)(4-greatful, them)(5-honour)

  1. WRITE SENTENCES TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:
  2. Where were the three men going?

ANS :The three men were going in search of food.

  1. How did they get shut in a cave?

ANS : One day when they were out sudden heavy storm forced them to take shelter in a cave. The stone came rolling against the mouth of the cave. The mouth of the cave became blocked and the three men got shut in the cave.

  1. How did they plan to get away from the cave?

ANS : the three men said’ to one another:

“Recollect the acts of you have done merely for the sake of Allah and call on on their accounts. Perhaps Allah will remove the stone.”

4.What was the effect of their Du’as?

Ans: Allah عز وجل   responded their Du’as and removed the stone gradually.

  1. “Paradise is under the feet of mothers” Explain.

Ans: Allah’s Messenger hassaid that ‘paradise is under the feet of mothers’. It hadith shows the rights of mothers.  Serving them leads to paradise. To disobey them is forbidden (Haram). Obey your parents. Never say ‘No’ to them for something they ask you to do.

6.Mention various ways in which one could help one’s parents.

 

  1. What could one do if one’s parents are dead?

 

C.CORRECT THE STATEMENTS AND EXPLAIN WHY THEY ARE INCORRECT.

1.Parents punish their children because they have no mercy.

 

2.Parents make no sacrifices for their children After all, it is their duty to look after their children.

 

  1. The stone that had settled against the mouth of the cave, moved away on its own. It had nothing to do with the Du’as of the men.

 

 

  1. BIRTHS & BIRTHDAY PARTIES

ACTIVITY: A WRITE ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

  1. Is it wise to feel sorry on the birth of a baby girl in the family? Why?

ANS:

  1. What picture has the Holy Book drawn of people become sad on the birth of a baby-girl?

ANS:

  1. Man and woman are equally important Explain

ANS:

  1. What Islamic practices are” carned out after the birth of child?

ANS:

  1. What is the Tahnik?

ANS:

  1. What is the ‘Aqeeqah?

ANS:AQEEQAH:

1-On the seventh day the head of the infant is shaved off and smeared with a little saffron.

2-The weight of the hair in silver or a sum of money is distributed among the poor and the child is named.

3-Also on the seventh day, two goats are sacrificed for a boy and one for a girl.

 

  1. Is the Aqeeqah compulsory? How many animals are required? How many for a girl?

ANS: This is not compulsory. It is done by those who have the means. It is called the Aqeeqah.

 

B:WRITE A T AFTER A TRUE SENTENCE, WRITE AN F AFTER A FALSE SENTENCE.

1 The children are a gift of Allah

  1. The birth of a baby-girl is not an important occasion in the family.
  2. It is Allah Who grants life and death

 

C:ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:

  1. Is the practice of yearly birthday celebrations Islamic?

ANS:

  1. What are the best names in the Sight of Allah?

ANS:

  1. Which is the vilest of the names? Why?

ANS

  1. Why did the Prophet change the name of Umar’s daughter?

ANS:

  1. Mention the names forbidden by Allah s Messenger ?

ANS:

  1. What should be the belief of a Muslim about birth and death?

ANS:

 

13-FOOD – FORBHJDEN AND ALLOWED P:45-46

ACTIVITY:

  1. What does our daily food consist of ?

ANS: Our daily food consist of mutton, fish, fruits, eggs, chocolates and so on.

  1. Where do we generally buy food from?

ANS: We generally buy food at a canteen, a super market, a general store or a restaurant.

  1. Can a muslim eat anything that comes his way?

ANS:

  1. What kind of foods does the qur’an forbid?

ANS:

1-FLESH OF DEAD ANIMAL, that is the animal which dies of itself, without being slaughtered or hunted by men.

2-BLOOD

3-PORK

4- That which is slaughtered in the name of other than Allah.

5- THE STRANGLED; that means an animal which has been throttled by a rope around its neck or by any other means.

6- THE BEATEN: the animal which has been beaten to death.

7- THE FALLEN: an animal which dies as a result of headlong fall from a high place.

8- GORED: the animal which is gored to death by horns of another animal.

  1. And that has been partly eaten to death by a beast of prey.
  2. What does the holy book say about eating of the flesh of swine?

ANS:

  1. What is halal ‘mu what s haram?

ANS:

  1. By what different names is the pork known?

ANS:

  1. Why should a muslim not eat pork?

ANS:

  1. What care should a muslim take while eating at a restaurant at a restaurant or in an aircraft?

ANS:

  1. A believer eats in one intestine, whereas a non-believer eats in seven. Explain?

ANS:

 

B:FIND THE RIGHT ENDINGS:

A B
1.    A Muslim always

2.    A Muslim does not

3.    A Muslim loves to feed

4.    Sit properly

5.    Lick your fingers

1.fill his stomach alone.

2. the hungry and give drink to the thirsty.

3. after eating.

4. eats with his right hand.

5. while eating and do not recline.

Answers: (1-4) (2-1) (3-2)(4-5)(5-3)

C:GIVE REASONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Do not breathe into the vessel while drinking from it.

REASON:

  1. Do not allow your hand to wander here and there on the table,while taking a meal.

REASON:

  1. Lick your fingers after eating.

REASON:

  1. Do not eat or dnnk with your left hand.

REASON:

  1. Do not find faults with the food served to you.

REASON:

 

D: YOU ASKED TO SERVE DRINKS TO AN ASSEMBLY OF GUESTS IN YOUR HOW WOULD YOU SERVE THEM?

E:DESCRIBE THE INCIDENT OF THE UNBELIEVER WHO WAS MVITED FHE MESSENGER OF ALLAH

F:FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS.

  1. It is the ————– that we wash after relieving ourselves in the toilet.

2_ D0 not eat or drink so much that————————–is left for others.

  1. It is bad manners to pass anyone anything or to accept anything————————–
  2. The Prophet————————– the drinking of water or eating of food——————–
  3. It is, however, permitted to——————————– and————————————–
  4. If you do not like———————————–,———————————
  5. Allah’s Messenger——————————————————with food.

 

G: WRITE GOOD or BAD against each statement.

  1. Washing of hands before eating ————————————————–
  2. Forgetting to say ———————————————————————-

before beginning to eat, —————————————————————-

  1. Eating or drinking very hastily,—————————————————–
  2. Eating from what is lying near —————————————————–
  3. Eating or drinking while standing————————————————–
  4. Blowing over the tea-cup to cool. —————————————————
  5. Never to breathe into the vessel while drinking from it————————
  6. Making unpleasant sounds while eating. ——————————————
  7. Thanking Allah after eating.————————————————————
  8. PROPHET MUHAMMAD Part I P:48

ACTIVITY:

A.ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:

  1. For how many years did Allah’s Messenger ﷺ preach Islam privately?

ANS: For three  years did Allah’s Messenger ﷺ preach Islam privately.

  1. Standing on the Mount Safa, what did the Prophet tell the people.?

ANS:

  1. Why did the people of Makkah take Muhammad ﷺ for their enemy?

ANS: When Prophetﷺ began to condemn the worship of idols, this caused great anger. This hurt the Quraysh very much. They took the Prophetﷺ for their enemy.

  1. Who was Abu Talib? What position did he enjoy in Makkah?

ANS:

  1. Why were the Quraysh upset?

ANS:

  1. Why did they decide to go to Abu Talib in a group?

ANS:

  1. What did they ask Abu Talib to do?

ANS:

  1. Did Abu Talib tell anything to the Prophet?

ANS:

  1. What did the Messenger of Allah ﷺ ANSwer?

ANS:

l0.What was its effect on Abu Talib?

ANS:

 

  1. PROPHET MUHAMMAD -Part II P:50-51

A.WRITE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS:

  1. What did the Quraysh do when they failed in their stop the work of the Prophet through Abu Talib?

ANS:

  1. How did the various tribes persecute the Muslims?

ANS:

  1. Who was Bilal? How did his master treat him? What wrong had Bilal done?

ANS: Bilal رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ was the slave of Umayyah ibn Khalaf.

  1. How did Abu Jahl treat Ammar and his parents?

ANS: Abu Jahl would take Ammar with his parents, who had entered Islam, in the heat of the day and he would torture them cruelly.

  1. Who was the first woman to die in the way of Allah?

ANS: Hadrat Sumayyah was the first woman to die in the way of Islam. She was wife of Yasir and mother of Ammar (رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہم)

  1. Recount the cruel treatment of Khabbab bin al-Aratt as narrated by him?

ANS: Hadrat Khabbah bin al-Aratt رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ made to lie on the burning sand at noon. Khabbab says:

“On few people of Quraysh took me away. They had a fire lit up. dragged me and threw me into the tlarnes. One of the men his leg on my chest and pressed it hard. My back touched ground; burning coal stuck to it.”

B:WHO SAID THE FOLLOWING AND WHEN?

  1. “Patience, O family of Yasir paradise is promised for you”

 

  1. “ One, One”

 

C: FIND THE WRITE ENDINGS:

A B
1.    Bilal رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  was a

2.    Sumayyah , the mother of  Yasir  رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہما was killed by

3.    Abu Jahl used to stir up

4.    You will stay here till you die or

1.a very faithful Muslim.

2.men of Quraysh against the Prophet.

3.give up what Muhammad ﷺ has taught you.

4.stay here till 4 Abu Jahl, the bitterest or enemy of Islam.

Answers: (1-1)(2-4)(3-2)(4-3)

 

  • . PROPHET MUHAMMAD – PART -III P:

 

 

  • PROPHET MUHAMMAD – PART IV P:55-58

ACTIVITY:

A.ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:

1-Who was Fatimah bint-al-Khattabرضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا ?

ANS: Fatimah bint-al-Khattabرضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا was the sister of Hadrat Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ .

2-To whom was she married?

ANS: Fatimah bint-al-Khattabرضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہاwas married to Hadrat Sa’id bin Zayd رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ.

3-Had they accepted Islam?

ANS: Yes, both Fatimah bint-al-Khattabرضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا  and  Hadrat Sa’id bin Zayd رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ had accepted Islam before Hadrat Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ .

4-Who was Nu`aym رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ ?

ANS: Nu`aym رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ ibn Abdullah  was one of fellow clansmen of Hadrat Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ.

5-What was Khabbab bin al-Aratt رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  doing in the house of the couple?

ANS: Khabbab bin al-Aratt رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  was reciting the Qur’an to Sa’id and Fatimah(رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہما ) in their house.

6-Who was Hamzah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ ?

ANS: Hamzah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ was uncle of Hadrat Muhammad ﷺ. He was very brave man.

B: WHO SAID THE FOLLOWING AND WHSEN?

1-Why are you deceiving yourself?

ANS: Why are you deceiving yourself?————–said Nu’aym when he met Hadrat Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ .

2-What is that foolish talk I heard?

ANS: Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ asked, What is that foolish talk I heard? When he went to his sister’s house.

3-“Yes, we are Muslims, kill us if you will”

ANS: Fatimah bint-al-Khattab and her husband Hadrat Sa’id bin Zayd رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہما answered to Hadrat Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ .

4-“My brother, you are unclean in idol-worship. And only the clean may touch the Holy Book.”

ANS: Fatimah bint-al-Khattabرضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا said to her brother Hadrat Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ .

5- “O Umar (رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ ), I hope Allah will bless you with the message of His Prophet” ﷺ.

ANS: Khabbab bin al-Aratt رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  said to Hadrat Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  when he intended to accept Islam.

C:WRITE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS:

  1. What kind of a man was Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ before he accepted Islam?

ANS: Umar bin Al-Khattab belonged to the Quraysh. He was a young

Man. before he accepted Islam ,He was head-strong and a man of violent temper.

  1. Who had gathered at a house in as-Safa?

ANS: Allah’s Messenger ﷺ with many of his companions, was at the

house of Arqam near As-safa.

  1. What was the couple doing when Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ entered the House?

ANS: when Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ entered the House,They were reading Qur’an together.

4.Why did Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  begin to beat Sai’d bin Zayd رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ ? What did Fatimah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا do?

ANS: Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ started to beat his brother-in-law, Sai’d bin Zayd رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ because of their acceptance of Islam.                                                                                    Fatimah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ   rushed in between them to defend her husband.

5-What effect did the Surah have on Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ , when he began to read it? What did he do then?

ANS: when he began to read Surah Taha. When he had read a passage, he said: “How noble and beautiful these words are!”

 

  • PROPHET MUHAMMAD – PART-V P:59-62

A: FIND THE RIGHT ENDINGS:

   
1-    Umar‘s (رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ ) acceptance of Islam

2-    Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  made his

3-    The children would cry of hunger

4-    Not all were hard of feelings

5-    As long as Abu Talib was alive

1-    no one could dare to harm Prophet Muhammad

2-    added to the strength of the Muslims.

3-    as Abu Jahl

4-    their wails reaching far and wide.

5-    Islam public.

Ans: (1-2)(2-5)(3-4)(4-3)(5-1)

 

B: MARK “F” AFTER THE FALSE STATEMENTS. EXPLAIN WHY YOU CHOSE TO MARK “F”. MARK “T” AFTER THE TRUE STATEMENTS.

  1. Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ agreed with Muslim to their hiding themselves and their holding the prayers in private. F . because he was very braveman.
  2. Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ fought against Quraysh until he could offer Salah near the Ka’bah. “T”.
  3. Because of the ban, Prophet Muhammad ﷺdiscontinued his work for some time. F. because of hardships , continuously spreading Islam.
  4. Not all were as hard of feelings as Abu Jahl. “T”.
  5. Abu Jahl tried to come in the way, but no one paid any attention to him. “T”

C: QUESTIONS:

  1. What did Umar’s(رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ ) acceptance of Islam make the Quraysh aware of?

Ans:

After accepting Islam, Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  openly prayed at the Kaaba.  His acceptance made aware of many things to the Quraish. The Quraish chiefs watched in anger.  At this stage Umar even challenged anyone who dared to stop the Muslims from praying. No one dared to interfere with Umar when he was openly praying.

  1. What did they decide to do?

Ans: The Quraish chiefs gathered  to confer and decided to ban the Muslims socially and economically.

  1. What does the ban mean? What sort of a ban did the Quraysh force upon the Muslims?

Ans: BAN:

To forbid something from being or happening.

BAN OF QURAYSH UPON MUSLIMS:

They drew up a written contract  document. according to the document;

1-  No body to marry women from Banu Hashim and the Banu al Muttalib,

  1. To give them women in marriage.
  2. to sell anything to them or buy anything from them is not allowed.

 

  1. Describe the plight of Muslims under the ban.

Ans: THE PLIGHT OF MUSLIMS UNDER THE BAN:

1-The boycott was devastating and  they lived in misery.

2-It became a source of great troubles for the Muslims.

3-They were forced to do their second migration to an area called Shib Abi Talib or Shib Abi Hashim where they suffered hunger.

4- They remained in that state for three years.

 

5.What made the Quraysh lift the ban put upon the Muslims?

  • Ans: FIRSTLY:

A group of fair-minded Quraysh, led by Hisham ibn ‘Amr, hated this unfair boycott. SECONDLY:

               Hadrat Abu Talib had come in Ka’bah and facing the Quraysh, told them that Allah had revealed to the Prophet ﷺ that termites had eaten the parchment inside the Ka’bah. They saw that it had been destroyed. Its only remaining words were “Bismika Allahumma”. Their only concession was to end the boycott. The Muslims were allowed to live in Makkah once again.

 

6.Which two sad events took place in the life of the Prophet Muhammad during this period?

Ans:

1- Abu Talib had suffered greatly through the boycott. He was already very old. Shortly after returning from the valley, he became ill and died.

2-  Hadrat Khadija رضی اللہ عنہا, who also became very ill. Her age was 65. Abu Talib had just recently passed away and now Khadija had also passed away.

 

D.WRITE A SHORT NOTE ON:

  1. ABU TALIB

He was uncle of Hadrat Muhammadﷺ .

He was a trader of Makkah.

He brought up of Hadrat Muhammadﷺ

He died in 619 AD.

His grave is in Makkah .

 2- KHADIJAH

             Khadīja bint Khuwaylid was the first wife of the prophet Muhammadﷺ.

She is commonly regarded as the “mother of the Muslims“.

She was the first person to convert to Islam.

she died in the age of 65.

her grave is in Makkah.

 

 

 

  • PROPHET MUHAMMAD – PARTVI P:63-66

ACTIVITY: A : QUESTIONS:

  • Why did the Quraysh oppose Allah’s Messenger more bitterly than ever before?

Ans: The Quraysh opposed Allah’s Messenger more bitterly than ever before because his beloved uncle Hadrat Abo Talib had died.

  • How did an ill-mannered Quraysh behave with the Prophet one day?

Ans: He was coming from the Ka’bah, an ill-mannered man took a handful of dirt and threw it on his face and over his head.

  • What was its effect on Fatimah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا ?

Ans:  The Prophet ﷺ got back home with the dirt still on his head; The sight of her father brought tears in the eyes of Fatimah  رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا ‘She washed him.

4-Where did the Prophet ﷺdecide to go to continue his work? Why?

Ans: The Prophet ﷺ decided to seek help from the people of At-Ta’if that may be they understand the true message of Islam and become muslim.

5-How did the leaders and the chiefs of Taif treat the Messenger of Allah(ﷺ)?

Ans: The leaders and the chiefs of Taif treated  the Messenger of Allah(ﷺ) very bad and against the moral, cultural and social values.

6-The tribe of Ta’if did not allow the Prophet to leave the place in peace. What did they do?

Ans: The Prophet ﷺ walked on, the crowd followed him. They abused him and pelted him with stones as he tried to walk. He was forced to take shelter in a private garden.

  • What was the condition of Prophet Muhammad ﷺas he sat to rest under the shade of a vine?

Ans: Prophet Muhammad ﷺwas wounded and bleeding, tired, shoes sodden with blood, he sat under the shade of a vine to rest.

  • What did he ﷺdo at that heart-breaking moment?

Ans: Heﷺ prayed;

  • “O Allah, I complain to You of my weakness.
  • O Most Merciful, You are the Sustainer of the weak. You are my Sustainer.
  • Into whose hands will you leave my fate? To some far off stranger who will ill-treat me or to an enemy who has power against me?
  • I care not, if you are not angry with me.
  • Your favour is vaster for me.
  • I take shelter in the light’ of Your Face, which lits up darkness.
  • It makes the things of this world and the Hereafter right.
  • Your pleasure alone is my aim.
  • There is no power nor might effective without You.”

 

Q6:The tribe of Ta’if did not allow the Prophet to leave the place in peace. What did they do?

 

Q7:What was the condition of Prophet Muhammad he sat to rest under the shade of a vine?

 

Q8:What did he do at that heart-breaking moment?

Answer:

Heﷺ prayed;

“O Allah, I complain to You of my weakness.

O Most Merciful, You are the Sustainer of the weak. You are my

Sustainer  or to whose hands will you leave my fate? To some far off

stranger who will ill-treat me or to an enemy who has power against

me? I care not, if you are not angry with me.

Your favour is vaster for me. I take shelter in the light of Your Face, which lits   up darkness. It makes the things of this world and the Hereafter right, Your pleasure alone is my aim. There is no power nor might effective without You.”

 

  1. STATEMENTS TO CORRECT:MARK F AFTER THE FALSE STATEMENTS. EXPLAIN WHY YOU CHOSE TO MARK F. MARK T AFTER THE TRUE STATEMENTS.
  2. After the death of Abu Talib, the Quraysh treated the Prophet very kindly.
  3. One day an ill-mannered member of the Quraysh threw dust on the head of the Prophetﷺ.
  4. The people of Ta’if were rich and possessed vast fruit gardens.
  5. Prophet Muhammadﷺ had gone to Ta’if on foot.
  6. Outside Ta’if, resting under the shade of a vine, the Messenger of Allah ﷺ decided to give up his mission.

Ans: (1-F)(2-T)(3-T)(4-T)(5-F)

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  • SO TAUGHT OUR PROPHET P:

 

  • SURAH-AL-MASAD (PALM FIBRE) P:68-69
  • SURAH AL KAWTHAR (ABUNDANCE) P:70
  • THE COOLNESS OF MY EYES LIES IN SALAH P:71-74

ACTIVITY: A : QUESTIONS:

  1. What advice did the dying man give to his son?

Ans: THE ADVICE OF A DYING MAN:                                                                                        He advised his son to make whatever change he desired in the palace but not to remove the sweet-smelling grass he had grown in a corner, even if it turned dry.

  1. Why did the son decide to remove the sweet-smelling dry grass?

Ans: The son thought his father had kept that dry grass to keep the palace fragrant. Now that fresh and better grass had grown, there was no need to keep the dry grass left by his father.

  1. What was its result? Why?

Ans: A black serpent  bit the boy to death. In fact, the grass possessed two qualities.        It smelt sweet and       had a quality which kept the snakes out

  1. Mention various merits of ‘Salah’.

Ans:

1-Salah brings comfort to the heart.

2.It is source of peace and strength to a believer.

  1. It prevents you from Fahsha and Munkar
  2. It washes away your sins
  3. It makes Allah love you and the people love you

 

  1. What did the Prophet usually do in times of difficulties?

Ans: Whenever something worried Allah’s Messenger, he used to turn to Salah.

 

B.WHO SAID THE FOLLOWING AND WHEN?

  1. “No dirt will be left”.

Ans: The Companions said the question of Prophet ﷺ

2-“Yes, the one who omits ‘Salah’ has no share in Islam.

Ans: Prophet ﷺ said after listening the answer of his companions.

“I give this garden of mine as a gift. You may spend it on good works”.

Ans: Ansari before Hadrat Uthman رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ

 

C.FIND THE RIGHT ENDINGS:

   
1-    If someone feels that he does not

2-    `Salah’ brings

3-    ‘Salah` is one of

4-    The coolness of my eyes

5-    In fact the grass

1-    comfort to the heart.

2-    lies in ‘Salah’.

3-    need ‘Salah’, he is in the wrong.

4-    possessed two qualities.

5-    the five pillars of Islam

Ans: (1-3)(2-1)(3-5)(4-2)(5-4)

 

D.FURTHER QUESTIONS:

1, What comparison has been used in Hadith to bring out the merits of ‘Salah’?

Ans:

2-What is the best thing in the Sight of Allah?

Ans: Salah is the best thing in the Sight of Allah.

3-What happens when a Muslim offers his ‘Salah’ perfectly.

Ans:W a Muslim offers his ‘Salah’ perfectly , his sins fall off as the leaves of trees fall in autumn. Allah loves those who offer Salah perfectly.

 

4-Which three persons particularly remain in the shelter of Allah?

Ans: l. The soldier who fights in the way of Allah.

  1. One who goes to mosque to offer Salah,
  2. The Muslim who enters his house saying ‘Salam`.

 

5What lesson does the incidents of Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ   and the man from Ansar teach us?

Ans: The incidents of Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ   and the man from Ansar teach us that salah is the most important than any other thing of the world.

 

  • WHAT DO WE RECITE IN SALAH? A REVIEW. P:
  • JAMA’AH (CONGREGATION) P:
  • SURAH-AL-MA’OUN (THE NEIGHBOURLY NEEDS) P:83

 

  • DUA – CALLING ON ALLAH P:84-87
  1. QUESTIONS:
  2. What is the best thing in the sight of Allah?

ANS: Salah offered in its proper time is the best thing in the sight of Allah.

2.What does ‘Dua’ mean?

ANS: ‘Dua’ means calling on Allah                                                                                                                                         .

3-What does Allah say in the Qur’an about Dua? Give its meaning in your own words.

ANS: Allah says: “And when My servants ask you about Me, I am near; I answer the call of the caller, when he calls on Me, let them also respond and believe in Me, so that they might follow the right way.” (2 : 186)

It mean Allah always responds our duas.

4-What does a Hadith say about Dua?

ANS: Hadrat Muhammad ﷺsaid:

“Allah the Most High says: I am to the servant according to His thought concerning Me,when he remembers Me; I am with Him. When he remembers Me to himself, I remember him to Myself; when he mentions Me among a group, I mention him among a better group. If he comes towards Me one span; I come towards him an arm’s length; if he comes towards Me an arm’s length, I come towards him one step; if he walks towards Me; I go to him at speed”.

5.Should we despair and give up saying Dua, if an answer to our call does not seem to be coming? Why?

ANS: No, if an answer to our call does not seem to be coming we should not despair and carry on to say Dua.

 

B, MATCHING;

   
1.    Offering ‘Salah’ five times a day

2.    Our Prophet ﷺhas taught

3.    No Pray is

4.    Allah is Pleased

1-    when we call on Him.

2-    one of the five pillars of Islam.

3-    countless Duas for various occasions.

4-    lost or wasted.

ANS: (1-2)(2-3)(3-4)(4-1)

 

  1. LEARN BY HEART THE DUFAS ALONGWITH THEIR MEANING, MENTIONED IN THIS LESSON AND PRACTISE THEM IN YOUR DAILY LIFE.

 

 

  • SURAH – QURAYSH P:88

 

  • PROPHET YOUSUF – PART I P:89-92

ACTIVITY: A.THREE QUICK QUESTIONS;

  1. Who was Yousuf?

Ans: Yousuf was the son of Hadrat Yaqoub علیہ السلام

  1. How many brothers did Yousuf have?

Ans:

Yousuf had 11 brothers.

  1. Who was Bin Yaamin?

Ans: Bin Yaamin was the younger brother and the son of Hadrat Yaqoub علیہ السلام

 

B.GIVE REASONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

1, Yousuf could not understand the meaning of the dream he had.

REASON: Yousuf could not understand the meaning of the dream he had because he was so young.

2,Ya’qub soon understood what the dream meant.

REASON: Ya’qub soon understood what the dream meant because he was the prophet of Allah.

3,Ya’qub advised Yousuf not to relate his dream to his brothers.

REASON: Ya’qub advised Yousuf not to relate his dream to his brothers because he thought his brothers will be jelous with him Satan is but man’s open enemy.

4,The brothers were filled with envy of Yousuf.

REASON: The brothers were filled with envy of Yousuf becaue the signs of goodness and ability in young Yousuf علیہ السلام

5,The brothers persuaded their father Ya`qub علیہ السلام to let Yousuf علیہ السلام   go  with them for an outing.

REASON: The brothers persuaded their father Ya`qub علیہ السلام to let Yousuf علیہ السلام   go  with them for an outing because they wanted to kill young Yousuf علیہ السلام

6,The brothers met privately at a place one day.

REASON: The brothers met privately at a place one day to make a plan to kill their younger brother Yousuf علیہ السلام to get attention of their father Ya`qub علیہ السلام

 

  1. FURTHER QUESTIONS;

 

  1. What dream did Yousuf have one night?

Ans: One night Yousuf had a wonderful dream. He dreamt that the sun, moon and eleven stars all bowed down to him.

  1. Whose help did he take to explain to him the meaning of the dream?

Ans:  By the help of his father Hadrat Yaqoub علیہ السلام ,Hadrat Yousaf علیہ السلام  took  to explain to him the meaning of the dream.

  1. What lesson does this incident teach us?

Ans: Satan is man’s open enemy so we always take cares about him. And we should not envoy to any one.

  1. How did the step-brothers plan to get rid of Yousuf? Why?

Ans: The step- brothers had chosen a dreadful place for their wicked deed.

They seized the lad, and despite his cries, threw him into a deep well and left him there to die,

  1. Why was Prophet Ya’qub علیہ السلام unwilling to let Yousuf go for an outing with his brothers?

Ans: Prophet Ya’qub علیہ السلام unwilling let Yousuf علیہ السلام go for an outing with his brothers because the insisted and promised to guard him.

  1. Why did he at last agree to their request? What was its result?

Ans: At last Prophet Ya’qub علیہ السلام agreed to their request and let Yousuf علیہ السلام go for an outing with his brothers. The step brothers droped him into a dried well.

  1. What did the brothers bring home that night on their return?

Ans: That night on their return the  brothers took his shirt and dipped it into the blood of a ram and carried it home to Ya’qub علیہ السلام

  1. What was its effect on Ya’qub?

Ans: Ya’qub علیہ السلام  was not prepared to believe that Yousuf was dead. He  refused to believe the tale of the wolf.

D.WRITE A SHORT PARAGRAPH ON:

OBEDIENCE TO PARENTS

 

  • PROPHET YOUSUF – PART II P:93-96

A: CTI VITY: A.QUESTIONS

  1. Describe the plight of young Yousuf علیہ السلام, as he lay in the well.

Ans: Yousuf  علیہ السلام lay in the well. The well was dark and dry. It was night. The forest was full of wild animals. But he علیہ السلام  was not afraid.

2.How did Yousuf علیہ السلام  face this misfortune?

Ans: Yousuf علیہ السلام  faceed this misfortune courgeously.

3.How did Yousuf get out of the well?

Ans: That night a band of merchants came journeying by the well where Yousuf علیہ السلام lay. Feeling thirsty, one ofthe men came up to the well and let down his bucket to draw water. He came up as the water drawer pulled the bucket up.

4, Why did the merchants take Yousuf  علیہ السلام with them?

Ans: The merchants carried Yousuf  علیہ السلام with them into the land of Egypt for sale as slave.

5,What did they do with him?

Ans: They sold Hadrat Yousaf علیہ السلام as slave in the market of Egypt for a handful of counted dirhams.

6-Who was Al Aziz?

Ans: Al Aziz was an officer of high rank in the royal court.

7-How did he treat Yousuf علیہ السلام ?

Ans: Al-Aziz took Yousuf علیہ السلام home, He asked his wife to treat him kindly. He said “We might perhaps take him for our own son.”

8-Describe the life of Yousuf علیہ السلام in the house of Al-Aziz.

Ans: Yousuf علیہ السلام worked honestly as a slave. Soon his master gave him the complete charge of the household. He  ran the house so well that he won the heart of Al-Aziz.

 

B.STATEMENTS TO CORRECT:Mark F after a false statement. Explain why you chose to mark F. Mark T after a true statement:

1. Yousuf علیہ السلام   remained fearless in the well,

2. Those who do wrong, always become successful.

3. As Yousuf علیہ السلام tried to get away, his shirt got torn off.

4, Wonderful are the ways of Allah.

Ans: (1-T)(2-F)(3-F)(4-T)

 

C,FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS:

  1. Allah was with Yousuf علیہ السلام in all his——————- and————————–
  2. Yousuf علیہ السلام was————— and——————– of ——————–

But this ——————-had no  ———————–on the————————

  1. Those who do wrong things always ————————–.
  2. If one decides to keep away from ———————-things and Allah surely—————————-

ANS: (1-sorrows ,sufferings)(2-pious, mindful, allah)(3-)(4- end up very unhappy)(5-false , saves him.)

 

 

D,WHO SAID THE FOLLOWING AND WHEN?

  1. “Good news to you all, what a lucky find!”

Ans: When he drew out his bucket, the  one of merchants said.

  1. “May Allah protect me from such a dirty thing.”

Ans: Hadrat Yousaf علیہ السلام said this when the wife of Al-Aziz tried to attract him.

  1. “No, it was she who was forcing me to do the wicked thing.”

Ans: Hadrat Yousaf علیہ السلام said this when the wife of Al-Aziz blamed him.

 

  1. FURTHER QUESTIONS:

l, To what severe test was Yousuf put one day?

Ans: One day, Yousuf علیہ السلام was put severe test. The wife of Al-Aziz asked Yousuf علیہ السلام to be very close to her.

2.How did Yousuf behave?

Ans: Yousuf علیہ السلام refused. He said,

“My Allah keep me away from such an evil thing. How can I betray my master? Those who do such things, end up to be very unhappy.”

3.How did the lady of the house behave when she found her husband at the door?

Ans: The lady of the house said “What punishment would you give to a man who approaches your wife with a bad intention?

4,What punishment did the woman suggest for Yousuf علیہ السلام  to her husband?

Ans: The woman suggested Prison for Yousuf علیہ السلام  to her husband.

5Was Yousuf علیہ السلام innocent? How was it proved?

Ans: Yes, Hadrat Yousuf علیہ السلام was innocent. A relative of the woman suggested:

“If his shirt has been torn from front, then she has spoken the truth, and he is one of the liars. But if it be that his shirt has been torn from behind, then she has lied, and he is one of truthful”. When her husband saw Y0usuf’s (علیہ السلام )shirt had been torn from behind.

  1. THINGS TO REMEMBER:
  2. When Allah wants to save one, no one can harm that person

2, Jealousy makes people’s lives bitter.

3, The ways of Allah are wonderful.

  1. If one decides to keep away from shameful things, Allah surely help him.

 

  • PROPHET YOUSUF – PART III P:97-100

ACTIVITY: A.GIVE REASONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Yousuf علیہ السلام was at last sent to jail.

REASON: Yousuf علیہ السلام was at last sent to jail because of the woman accused him.

  1. The men of the prison began to love and respect Yousuf علیہ السلام .

REASON: The men of the prison began to love and respect Yousuf علیہ السلام because of his good manners.

3One day two of the men of the prison brought their dreams to Yousuf علیہ السلام .

REASON: One day two of the men of the prison brought their dreams to Yousuf علیہ السلام they think that he can tell them true results of their dreams.

4.The cup bearer did not remember the case of Yousuf علیہ السلام  to the king.

REASON: The cup bearer did not remember the case of Yousuf علیہ السلام  to the king because of his business. It was Allah’s will.

  1. The cup-bearer went to the jail to see Yousuf علیہ السلام once again.

REASON: The cup-bearer went to the jail to see Yousuf  علیہ السلام once again because of the dream of the King.

B: QUESTIONS:

1-Describe the life of Yousuf علیہ السلام in the jail.

Ans: LIFE OF YOUSUF علیہ السلام IN THE JAIL: The keeper of the prison liked and trusted him. He let him take charge of other prisoners. They showed him respect and were very pleased with him.

2-What dream did the two men of the prison have one night?

Ans:1- King`s chief cup-bearer saw that he was pressing grapes into wine”

2- Chief baker had on his head loaves of bread, but the birds flew out of the sky and ate up the breads.”

3.What other things, besides Allah, did the people in the time of Yousuf  علیہ السلام worship?

Ans: In the time of Yousuf علیہ السلام  people worshipped things besides Allah. They

had made different gods of their own. the sun-god, the god of oceans, the god of food etc.

4-How did Yousuf علیہ السلام feel about it? What did he do to teach people the true Faith?

Ans: Yousuf علیہ السلام became sad about it.

He  علیہ السلام decided lo guide his fellow captives towards the true faith.

5-How did Yousuf explain to them the meaning of their dream?

Ans: 1-The one who saw himself pressing grapes into wine will be set free. He will

go back to his high office and will serve the king.

2-The other who dreamt himself carrying breads on his head will be hanged”

6.Did the explanation turn out to be true?

Ans: Yes. The explanation turned out to be true.

7-Why had Yousuf  علیہ السلام to stay in the jail for a few more years?

Ans: Yousuf   علیہ السلام had to stay in the jail for a few more years because the cup-bearer forgot the promise he had made in the dark prison.

8-What dream did the king have one night? What was its effect on him?

Ans: One night the king of Egypt dreamt. He saw that seven miserably thin cows ate up seven fat cows. ‘He saw that seven miserably dried ears of corn swallowed up seven green and full ears of corn.

9-How did Yousuf علیہ السلام explain the king`s dream?

Ans: Yousuf علیہ السلام said: “The seven fat cows and the seven full green ears of corn are  the seven years. The seven thin cows and seven dried ears are also seven years. There shall be seven years of plenty in Egypt f then will come seven dry years of famine.

10 What solution to the problem did he suggest to the king?

Ans: Yousuf suggested the solution to the problem that  in the years of plenty, the king must build up store-houses and granaries, and pile up food against the years of famine.

A THING TO REMEMBER:

The Holy Qur’an is not a story book. The story of Yousuf علیہ السلام  as presented by the Our’an is never a colourful account of his life. The Our’an, however, uses it as an example of Allah’s direction of men’s affairs. Allah has full control of men’s affairs. We, the human beings, cannot find its depth. The judgement, as to what is to happen rests with Allah. Arid those who do good, Allah always Help them.

D.CHECK THE CORRECT ANSWER,

1.Yousuf علیہ السلام ask taught the prisoners,

the ways of truth.

-how to escape from the prison.

-how to tell meaning of the dreams.

2-The cup-bearer of the king was,

put to death. ‘

set free.

remained in the jail.

3-Yousaf was sad because,

-he could not understand the meaning of

-he was sent to prison.

people worshipped different gods.

 

  • PROPHET YOUSUF علیہ السلام PART- IV P:101-104

 

ACTIVITY: A.GIVE REASONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Yousuf علیہ السلام refused to leave the prison.

REASON: Yousuf علیہ السلام refused to leave the prison because he wanted to decide his case first.

2, The king ordered that Yousuf علیہ السلام be immediately brought to his court.

REASON: The king ordered that Yousuf علیہ السلام be immediately brought to his court because he wanted to discuss about his dream.

3,People from different lands turned to Egypt to purchase grain.

REASON: People from different lands turned to Egypt to purchase grain because of famine was everywhere.

4, Ya’qub علیہ السلام did not permit Bin Yaamin to Egypt with his step-brothers,

REASON: Ya’qub علیہ السلام did not permit Bin Yaamin to Egypt with his step-brothers because of his first experience of Hadrat Yousaf علیہ السلام .

5-Yousuf علیہ السلام asked his servants to put back, in their sacks the money his brothers had given in exchange of grain

REASON: Yousuf علیہ السلام asked his servants to put back, in their sacks the money his brothers had given in exchange of grain so that they come again.

QUESTIONS:

1-How did Yousaf علیہ السلام  get the highest position in the king’s court?

Ans: After an enquiry, the king set him free. He gave him a high position in Egypt. Yousuf علیہ السلامwas set over the country and he acted as an advisor to the king.

2-What sad things did Yousuf علیہ السلام  observed around him as he gained power in the land?

Ans: following things made Yousuf علیہ السلام  sad;

  • the officers and the people around him were wicked and”dishonest.
  • They did not do their duty well.
  • There was sinning and violence.

3-In what way is man ,responsible in bringing about the shortage of food?

Ans: Allah has given us on earth all that we need. There is plenty of food. But it is

man who brings about a shortage by his greed for more and more and his wasteful habits.

4-How did Yousuf علیہ السلام  build up reserves of food grain? What was its result?

Ans: He built huge store – houses, and stored away all the food the people did not need. In this way, Egypt faced a big  famine successfully.

5-There had been, however, one sorrow at Yousuf’s (علیہ السلام )heart? What was that? How was it removed?

Ans:The sorrow at Yousuf’s (علیہ السلام )heart was that in Canaan, the famine was more sever.  Allah Subhanhu made arrange for this that his brothers also came to get corn.

6-Why did the ten brothers come to Yousuf? Did Yousuf علیہ السلام  recognise them?

Ans: One day Ya’qub علیہ السلام  told his sons:                                                                                     “I hear there is Corn  in Egypt. Go down and buy for us”. So, Yousuf’s (علیہ السلام ) brothers came to Egypt to buy corn. He knew his brothers.

7-On what condition did he provide them with grain? Why?

Ans: Hadrat Yousuf علیہ السلام said to them:

“Bring your youngest brother next time. I have given you full measures of grain. l have treated you kindly. If your youngest brother does not come next time, l will not give you a single measure of grain”.

8-On what condition did Ya’qub at last agree to send Bin Yaamin to Egypt with his step-brothers?

Ans: Prophet Ya`qub علیہ السلام  said:

“Give me a pledge before Allahthat you will surely bring him back unless you yourselves get into serious trouble,”

When they gave him a pledge, Prophet Ya’qub علیہ السلام  let them take Bin Yaamin with them.

C: MATCHING:

   
1-    Allah is the Most

2-    We Should remain

3-    An enquiry was made and

4-    Yousuf received them as

5-    Yousuf smiled

1-    Yousuf was found innocent,

2-    Merciful of the merciful

3-    conscious of Allah.

4-    himself but kept quiet.

5-    strangers and told them nothing about him.

Ans: (1-2)(2-3)(3-1)(4-5) (5-4)

 

  • PROPHET YOUSUF – PART V P:105-108

 

ACTIVITY: A QUESTIONS;

1-How did Yousuf علیہ السلام   receive his brothers?

Ans: Yousuf علیہ السلام  received them kindly more kindly than before.

2-How did he feel on seeing Bin Yaamin after a long time? How did Yousuf علیہ السلام  treat him?

Ans: When Yousuf علیہ السلام  saw Bin Yamin, He wept for joy. He made him stay in his own house and said to him, “I am your brother Yousuf”.

3-Discuss Yousuf’s(علیہ السلام ) plan to keep his brother Bin Yaamin with him.

Ans: Yousuf علیہ السلام ordered his men to put his drinking cup, inside Bin Yaamin’s sack,” he told them.

Then an announcer called out, ‘People! we find that a drinking cup of the king is missing.”

The cup was found.“The man in whose sack my cup is found shall be my slave, others may go back in peace”.

4-What was its effect on Ya’qub علیہ السلام ?

Ans: Ya’qub علیہ السلام  was stunned to hear the tale of Bin Yaamin. He knew his dear little son well. He could not be thieving. He was filled with grief.

5-What did Yaq’ub علیہ السلام   advise his sons? What lesson should we learn from this?

Ans: Ya’qub علیہ السلام  said to his sons, “Go and try to find out Yousuf علیہ السلام and his brother, do not lose hope in the mercy of Allah.” We should never loose hope .

6-When and why did Yousuf علیہ السلام  tell his brothers who he was?

Ans: When he saw his brothers, he could not control himself.

7-How did they receive this news?

Ans: The brothers were terrified. Their faces grew pale. They also felt sorry on what had they did.

8-Did Yousuf علیہ السلام forgive them? Why? What lesson does this incident teach us?

Ans: Yes, Yousuf علیہ السلام forgave them because he was the true Prophet of Allah All-Mighty. We should also try to forgive others.

9-How did Ya’qub علیہ السلام  become seeing?

Ans: When the shirt of Hadrat Yousaf علیہ السلام was touched to his eyes, Hadrat Yaqoub علیہ السلام became seeing.

10-How did Yousuf علیہ السلام  rule the country after the happy reunion? What was his last desire?

Ans: Yousuf علیہ السلام ruled according to the commands of Allah. He worked hard to make people mindful of Allah. He  علیہ السلام did not want to be raised in the hereafter merely as one of the kings. His desire was to leave this world as a true Muslim.

 

B THINGS TO REMEMBER:

Allah guided Yousuf علیہ السلام in the well not to fear nor lose heart. Allah was with Yousuf in all his sorrows and grief. ‘ Wonderful are the ways of Allah. His plans are wondrous! When Allah want to save one, no one can bring harm to him. Jealousy makes people’s lives bitter. Those who want to spread goodness in the world should themselves be good. If someone decides to keep away from shameful things and sincerely acts, Allah surely help him. Trials and troubles are the means of success for man if he bears them with patience to please Allah. The troubles of this world, however hard, would come to an end one day. The real comfort is the comfort of the next Life to come.

Those who believe in Allah and His Messengers will be rewarded by Allah for their good deeds in the Life after death. But often Allah gives believers comforts, wealth and high position in this world also. But this should not turn their minds

away from Allah. They should bow down before Allah, thank Him for their comforts and do good to the people. Prayer is the greatest source of strength for an obedient

servant of Allah. » Judgement rests with none but Allah. “It may be that you hate a thing the while it is good for you; and it may be that you love a thing the while it is bad for you, and Allah knows whereas you do not know.” The righteous men of Allah forgive the bitterest of their enemies. They do not harm anyone merely to take revenge. They punish them only when it becomes quite necessary for the sake of Allah.

  • Surah-ad-Dhuha V P:
  • THE PROPHET’S COMPANIONS P: 110-111

ACTIVITY: WRITE A SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF:

1, Zayd ibn Harithah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ

Zayd ibn Harithah al-Kalbi رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  was slave of Hadrat Khadijah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا .

She presented to Hadrat Muhammad ﷺ and he set him free. He married Umm Ayman رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا . She bore him a son named Usamah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  . Zayd رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ took part in most of the Prophet`s(ﷺ) battles.

2-Ja’far at-Tayyar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ

He was a brother of Ali رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ . He was ten years older than Ali رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ . He became the leader of the emigrants in Abyssinia.

He  was sent to the battle of Mu’tah in 8 H. He had lost both his arms in fight. He was awarded with a title at-Tayyar .

3-Al-Abbas رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ ibn Abd Al-Muttalib

He was an uncle of the Prophetﷺ. He was two or three years older than Allah’s Messenger ﷺ. He supported the Prophetﷺ in the early years of Islam. After the Hijrah, al-Abbas رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ  used to send news of the Quraysh to the Prophetﷺ. In the year 7 or 8 H, he declared his Islam and migrated to Madinah. He took part in many the battles.

4-Abdullah ibn Umar رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ

He was Umar‘s eldest son. Abdullah رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ entered Islam together with his father رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ . He took part in the battle of the Trench and in most of the the later battles. He was very honest and pious. He was considered as one of the greatest men of his time as regards Hadith. He died in Makkah in 73 H, at the

age of eighty-three.

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