Asmaa-ul-Husna Memorizing Activity Sheet


This Worksheet is helpful for young people, especially Year 5 and 6 students, to memorize the Beautiful Names and Attributes of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’aala.

Even elders can draw benefit from this worksheet, InshaaAllah.

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Muslims Love Each Other


1. Questions & Answers

Q1. Why is it important to love other Muslims for the sake of Allah?

A1. Loving other Muslims for the sake of Allah is a sign of strong faith. Allah will bring them close to Him on the Day of Judgement.

Q2. What can make people love and respect you?

A2. a. Please Allah

b. Be sincere

c. Care and be kind

d. Give gifts

e. Greet others

Q3. Is it proper to like people only because they are rich or good looking? Why or Why not?

A3. No, as these things don’t last forever. You should love someone because of their deep faith in Allah and their good character.

2. Fill in the blanks:

1. Islam is the religion of love and mercy.

2. Always treat people with sincerity, care and kindness.

3. Exchange gifts, so you would love each other.

4. Al-Hubbu Fillah means loving each other for the sake of Allah.

5. Allah is Al-Wadood, or The Loving.


Brotherhood in Islam


1. Questions and Answers:

Q1. What does Mu’aakhah mean?

A1. The bond of brotherhood in Islam is called Mu’aakhah.

Q2. What are the Arabic words for brother, brothers, sister, and sisters?

A2. a. Brother- Akh

b. Brothers- Ikhwah

c. Sister- Ukht

d. Sisters- Akhawat

Q3. Write about a Sahabi who helped his brother in Islam.

A3. Sa’d ibn ur Rabee’ welcomed Abdur Rahman ibn Awf in his house. The Prophet had established brotherhood between the two. Sa’d offered his house and money to Abdur Rahman as he wanted to be a true brother in Islam.

2. Fill in the blanks:

1. The believers are but a single brotherhood.

2. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) established brotherhood between Al-Muhajireen and Al-Ansar.

3. Whoever helped his brother when in need, Allah will help him when he becomes in need.

4. A Muslim does not hurt his brother or sister in Islam.

5. Always look for good brothers and sisters in Islam.


Surah At-Takweer (Vocabulary)


I have given some selected vocabulary with simple meaning. Unfortunatel,  the Arabic is not getting copied properly.

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Surah At-Takweer (Fill in)



Recall the Surah At-Takweerr and fill in the blanks with appropriate words:

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ

إِذَا الشَّمْسُ ________ (١) وَإِذَا _________ انْكَدَرَتْ (٢) وَإِذَا ________سُيِّرَتْ (٣)وَإِذَا الْعِشَارُ عُطِّلَتْ (٤) وَإِذَا الْوُحُوشُ ________ (٥) وَإِذَا الْبِحَارُ سُجِّرَتْ (٦) وَإِذَا النُّفُوسُ زُوِّجَتْ (٧) وَإِذَا الْمَوْءُودَةُ ________(٨) بِأَيِّ _______ قُتِلَتْ (٩) وَإِذَا الصُّحُفُ نُشِرَتْ (١٠) وَإِذَا ________ كُشِطَتْ (١١) وَإِذَا __________ سُعِّرَتْ (١٢) وَإِذَا الْجَنَّةُ __________(١٣) عَلِمَتْ نَفْسٌ ___ أَحْضَرَتْ (١٤) فَلا أُقْسِمُ بِالْخُنَّسِ (١٥) الْجَوَارِ الْكُنَّسِ (١٦) ________ إِذَا عَسْعَسَ (١٧) وَالصُّبْحِ إِذَا تَنَفَّسَ (١٨) إِنَّهُ لَقَوْلُ _________ كَرِيمٍ (١٩)____________ عِنْدَ ذِي الْعَرْشِ مَكِينٍ (٢٠)مُطَاعٍ ثَمَّ أَمِينٍ (٢١) وَمَا ___________ بِمَجْنُونٍ (٢٢) وَلَقَدْ رَآهُ بِالأفُقِ الْمُبِينِ (٢٣) وَمَا هُوَ عَلَى الْغَيْبِ بِضَنِينٍ (٢٤) وَمَا هُوَ بِقَوْلِ شَيْطَانٍ _______(٢٥)________ تَذْهَبُونَ (٢٦)إِنْ هُوَ إِلا ______لِلْعَالَمِينَ (٢٧)______ شَاءَ مِنْكُمْ ____ يَسْتَقِيمَ (٢٨)______ تَشَاءُونَ إِلا أَنْ ________ رَبُّ الْعَالَمِينَ (٢٩


Surah At-Takweer (Question and Answers)


1. What is meant by at-takweer (name of the surah)?

At-Takweer means ‘the darkening.’

2. What is meant by ‘when the souls are sorted out’?

On the Day of Judgement every man will be with the ones who performed the same deeds as they did. There will be three groups. Firstly, good doers will be together. Secondly, all the evil-doers will be united. Thirdly, those people who were foremost in worshipping Allah will be together.

3. What is the purpose of mentioning ‘the pages of deeds will be laid open’?

In this world, if a man commits a bad deed, he hides it from others. He will be ashamed of his doing therefore he keeps it a secret. It is to tell the man that on the Day of Judgement all his deeds will be made known to everyone. This will create a fear in his heart. It also indicates that the man might be able to hide it from his fellow-beings but not from Allah, He is Aware of everything.

4. What three things Allah swears by in this Surah?

Allah swears by the planets, night and dawn.

5. Who is being referred to as the ‘Most honourable messenger’?

Angel Jibreel is being referred to as the ‘Most honourable messenger’.

6. What rank has Allah given to Angel Jibreel?

Angel Jibreel has a high status and lofty rank in the Sight of Allah. He faithfully conveyed the message from Allah to His Prophet. He is obeyed and trusted.

7. What is said about Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in this surah?

It is mentioned that :

* Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is not possessed.

* He did see the Angel Jibreel.

* Everything our Prophet (peace be upon him) told us is from Allah, who is the Only One aware of the unseen.

* Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) fulfilled his mission by conveying his message to all, he did not keep the knowledge given to him to himself.

8. Which verse declares that the Qur’an is a Reminder for all the creation?

Verse no. 27 mentions that the Qur’an is a reminder for all the worlds. It is not only for mankind, but also for jinns. It reminds us that we and everything around us is created by Allah.

9. Write a summary of the surah At-Takweer.

The first part of the Surah talks about the Day of Judgement. It will affect the sun, stars, mountains, seas, heaven and earth, wild and domestic animals, and man.

The second part talks about the revelation of the Qur’an. A very noble and honoured angel was chosen to convey Allah’s message to His Prophet. At the end it mentions that the Quran is a Remider for all. If Allah wills man will be guided, if He wills man will be left astray.




Disobedience is Harmful: The Battle of Uhud


1. What is Uhud and where is it?

A1. Uhud is a mountain, some three miles from Madinah.

2. What was the main cause of the Battle of Uhud?

A2. Quraysh wanted to take revenge for their defeat and loss in the Battle of Badr.

3. What were the Prophet’s instructions to the archers?

A3. 1. To attack the enemy with their arrows.

2. To stay on the hill and not to come down.

4. Describe how the Sahabah defended the Prophet (Peace be upon him).

A4. They formed a barricade around the Prophet (Peace be upon him) and took the arrows upon themselves.

5. What was the personal loss to Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)?

A5. He was wounded and lost his tooth.

6. Who was Hamzah?

A6. He was one of the uncles of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).

7. Who killed Hamzah in the Battle of Uhud?

A7. Wahshi killed Hamzah.

8. When did the Battle of Uhud take place?          

A8. It took place in Shawwal, 3AH.

9. Who was the leader of the Muslim army?          

A9. Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)

10. Who was the leader of the Quraysh army?                                                                  

A10. Abu Sufyan

11. Who was the banner bearer of Muslims?            

A11. Mus’ab ibn Omair

12. Who killed Mus’ab ibn Omair?        

A12. Ibn Qumay’ah Laithi killed Mus’ab.

13. Whom did the Prophet (Peace be upon him) kill in Uhud battle?

A13. He (Peace be upon him) killed Ubay Ibn Khalaf.

14. Who was the leader of the archers?                                                             

A14. Abdullah Ibn Zubair

15. Who was the woman who defended the Prophet (Peace be upon him) in Uhud?                                                                             A15. Nusaybah bint Ka’b, known as Umm Amarah, was the woman who defended the Prophet (peace be upon him) in Uhud.

16. What did Abu Sufyan say to the Muslims at the end of the battle, and what did they reply?                                                                                                 

A16. Abu Sufyan said, “Hubal is high today.” And the Muslims answered, “Allah is higher and has all the glory.

He also said, “This day is for the day of Badr.”

To which the Muslims answered, “It is not the same, our martyrsare  in Jannah whereas your dead people are in Hell Fire.”