The Kabah
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  • Question 1
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    The Kabah is in which 'country'?

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    Yemen

    Tunisia

    Saudi Arabia

    Mecca

  • Question 2
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    What is set in the south-eastern corner of the Kabah?

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    The White Stone

    The Black Stone

    The Kiswar

    The Grey Stone

  • Question 3
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    Which Prophet received the "Holy Quran" recitations from Allah through the Angel Gibril?

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    Prophet Dawud

    Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

    Prophet Musa

    Prophet Isa

  • Question 4
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    Which city is The Kabah located in?

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    Mecca

    Medinah

    Yemen

    Iraq

  • Question 5
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    What 2 names can be referred to the mosque in which the Kabah stands?

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    The Great Mosque

    The Blue Mosque

    Masjid-al-Haram

    Suleymaniye Mosque

  • Question 6
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    When translated, what does Kabah mean?

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    Square

    Parallelogram

    Cuboid

    Cube

  • Question 7
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    Why is the Kabah so important to Muslims?

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    It is believed to be the first place in the world where Allah was worshipped.

    It is the direction in which Muslims face when praying.

    Muhammad was born at the Kabah.

    Muhammad was believed to have replaced the Black Stone back into the Kabah when it was damaged by a storm.

  • Question 8
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    Which facts are related to the 'kiswar'?

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    It is a black cloth.

    It is decorated with words from the Quran.

    It is cut up and used as souvenirs to the Muslim pilgrims.

    The same cloth is reused each year.

    The writing is sometimes embroidered in gold thread.

  • Question 9
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    Which of the 'Five Pillars of Islam' relates to the journey made to the Kabah?

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    Shahadah

    Hajj

    Salah

    Zakat

    Sawm

  • Question 10
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    Approximately, how many Muslims can 'The Great Mosque' hold up to?

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    40,000

    400

    4 million

    40 million

  • Question 11
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    Approximately, how much did 'The Great Mosque' cost to build?

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    $10 billion

    $100 billion

    $1 billion

    $1 trillion

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