Federal Public Service Commission-Competitive Examination Islamic Studies: Specimen Questions with Answers 109 - 119 of 312

Question 109

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Appeared in Year: 2003

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Iddat is for:

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Purity

Question 110

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A void bequest is:

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Contingent bequest

Question 111

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Proper dower is called:

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Mahr-ul-Mithl

Question 112

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Who is the author of “Taudih”:

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Sadrushariat

Question 113

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Imam Bukhari was born in 194 A. H. in Bukhara.

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Yes

Question 114

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A woman alone is a competent witness for murder.

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No

Question 115

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Plurality of wives is called:

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Polygamy

Question 116

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The pre-Islamic Arabs used to swear by Humbul their chief.

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Yes

Question 117

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The shia’s are divided into main subsects:

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Three

Question 118

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Appeared in Year: 2005

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A wakf means:

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Dedication

Question 119

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The most authoritative text book of the shia Law is Taudib.

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No