2016 NECO IRS/IRK Objective and theory Answers – june/July Solutions
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بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحيمِ
1. أَرَءَيْتَ ٱلَّذِى يُكَذِّبُ بِٱلدِّينِ
2. فَذَٰلِكَ ٱلَّذِى يَدُعُّ ٱلْيَتِيمَ
3. وَلَا يَحُضُّ عَلَىٰ طَعَامِ ٱلْمِسْكِينِ
4. فَوَيْلٌ لِّلْمُصَلِّينَ
5. ٱلَّذِينَ هُمْ عَن صَلَاتِهِمْ سَاهُونَ
6. ٱلَّذِينَ هُمْ يُرَآءُونَ
7. وَيَمْنَعُونَ ٱلْمَاعُونَ
1) That he deprives the orphan of his rights and evicting him from his father’s heritage thrusts him away.
(2) That if an orphan comes to ask him for help, he repulses him instead of showing him any compassion, and if he still persists in his entreaties in the hope for mercy, he drives him away and out of sight.
(3) That he ill-treats the orphan.
i)Inspiration; These can come in the form of a dream or as a thought that comes into the mind. Sometimes the Prophets of Alláh received His orders in a dream. When Prophet Ibráhím (AS) saw in a dream that he was sacrificing his son, Prophet Ismá’íl (AS), they both knew it was a command of Alláh.
ii)From Behind a Curtain; This means that the revelation comes indirectly. These can be low, buzzing or high-pitched sounds which are understood by a Prophet. Sometimes, Alláh causes an object to speak. One of his attributes is Mutakallim, which means he can give speech to any object. In the case of Prophet Músá (AS), his first call was through a burning bush.
iii)Through an Angel Alláh usually used Jibríl to send His commands to the Prophets Sometimes Jibríl would come in his own image, sometimes he would come as a man. Most of the messages sent through the angels were verbal, but
occasionally, as with the Torah,th message was written.
i)Al-kitab (the book)
ii)Al-furqan (the criterion)
iii) Al-hudah (the guidance)
(3a) Hadith implies the narration of a
or of an act, or of an approval (Taswib) of
the Prophet (SAW), irrespective of whether
the matter is authenticated or still disputed.
The word Sunnah means a clear path. Its
the manner in which the Almighty deals with
nations – and which holds true for all
nations – as been termed in the Holy Quran as
Sunnah of Allah.
(5) Iman or Faith There is none worthy of
and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.
“This declaration of faith is called the
Shahadah, a simple formula that all the
The significance of this declaration is the belief
that the only purpose of life is to serve
and obey God, and this is achieved through
teachings and practices of the Last
*Preservation of Islam
1. Sahih: meaning “Sound”. A hadith
reported by a trustworthy reporter known
for his truthfulness, knowledge, correct
way of narrations etc.
2. Hasan: meaning “Good”. The one whose
reporters are know and is clear-cut.
3. Da`if: meaning “Weak”. A hadith ranking
under that of Hasan because of failing to
address the Isnad properly.
Fasting is another unique moral and spiritual characteristic of Islam. Literally defined, fasting means to abstain “completely” from foods, drinks, intimate intercourse and smoking, before the break of the dawn till sunset, during the entire month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic year. But if we restrict the meaning of the Islamic Fasting to this literal sense, we would be sadly mistaken.
*Exemption From Fasting:*
These said qualifications exclude the following categories:
*Children under the age of puberty and discretion.
Insane people who are unaccountable for their deeds.
* People of these two categories are exempted from the duty of fist, and no compensation or any other substitute is enjoined on them.
*Men and women who are too old and feeble to undertake the obligation of fast and bear its hardships. Such people are exempted from this duty, but they must offer, at least, one needy poor Muslim an average full meal or its value per person per day.
*Sick people whose health is likely to be severely affected by the observance of fast.
* They may postpone the fast, as long as they are sick, to a later date and make up for it, a day for a day.
*Travelers may break the fast temporarily during their travel only and make up for it in later days, a day for a day
– Usman dan Fodio became very popular
preaching against unislamic practices in
Hasualand and gathered a large followership ;
– The attempt to arrest dan Fodio by Nafata
failed and this led to the outbrfeak of the
– The jihadists were victorious . They killed
Nafata , took over his government and
declared an Islamic State ;
– This encouraged the Fulani scholars to rise
against other Hausa rulers;
– It became common practice for a Fulani
scholar to travel to dan Fodio to obtain flag
after which he returned to his state to
declare a jihad and deposed the Hausa ruler;
– Within a short period , Islamic states were
established all over Hausaland and the jihad
leaders replaced Hausa rulers;
– Hausa states became known as Emirates and
the Fulani rulers as Emirs ;
– Dan Fodio built Sokoto as his new capital
and seat of the caliphate . The Emirs
– Fodio became the sultan and Amin – al- mumini
and each of the Emirs went to Sokoto to
swear allegiance to him.