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Social Studies and Religious Education Questions and Answers - Class 8 Mid Term 3 Exams 2023 Set 1

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Study the map of Hako area and use it to answer questions 1 to 7

  1. Sawe sub-county of Hako area is sparsely populated mainly due to
    1. poor drainage.
    2. poor dense forests.
    3. dry climatic conditions.
    4. lack of good roads.
  2. What is the direction of Hako town from Sawe market?
    1. West
    2. South West
    3. East
    4. Norh East
  3. What is the approximate length of the tarmac roads in Hako area?
    1. 32 km
    2. 29 km
    3. 22 km
    4. 27 km
  4. Three of the following services are offered in Hako area. Which one is not?
    1. Health services.
    2. Education
    3. Security
    4. Religious services.
  5. Hako area is likely to be administered by a
    1. sub-county commissioner.
    2. county governor.
    3. county commissioner.
    4. chief.
  6. The climate in Hako area is mainly influenced by
    1. relief and altitude.
    2. latitude.
    3. nearness to a large water body. 
    4. human activities.
  7. Which one of the following economic activites is not carried out in Hako arca?
    1. Trade
    2. Crop farming
    3. Mining
    4. Fishing

Use the diagram below to answer question 8.


  1. The weather instrument shown used to measure
    1. barometer.
    2. air pressure
    3. humidity.
    4. rainfall
  2. The Somali, Gabbra, Boran and Oromo are all
    1. Plain Nilotes.
    2. Semites.
    3. Nilo-Saharan speakers.
    4. Eastern Cushites.
  3. The time in town X 75°W is 10:30a.m.
    What time is it in town Y 24°E?
    1. 5:06 p.m
    2. B. 1:54 p.m
    3. 3:54 p.m
    4. 7:06 a.m
  4. Which one of the following pre-historic sites is found in Kenya?
    1. Ngoloba
    2. Omo valley
    3. Hyrax Hill
    4. Olduvai Gorge
  5. Three of the following statements are true about the Nabongo of the Abawanga. Which one is not?
    1. The Nabongo had an army called Olukuyaba.
    2. The Nabongo ruled over a very large chiefdom.
    3. No one was allowed to speak in the presence of the Nabongo.
    4. The position of the Nabongo was hereditary.
  6. Three of the following aspects of our culture should be preserved. Which one should not?
    1. Children inheriting property from their parents.
    2. Customary marriage ceremonies.
    3. Caring for orphans.
    4. Female genital mutilation.
  7. Below are features of a relief region in Kenya:
    (i) It has several shallow lakes.
    (ii) Some areas are very low especially the West of Lake Turkana.
    (iii) It is bordered by steep sides.
    The relief region described above is likely to be the
    1. Plateaus.
    2. Lake Victoria basin.
    3. Coastal plains.
    4. Rift valley.
  8. The most common method of poultry farming employed in most rural areas in Kenya is
    1. Battery - cage system.
    2. Free-range method
    3. Deep litter method.
    4. Use of folds.

Use the diagram below to answer question 16.


  1. Which one of the following mountains was formed as a result of the process shown in the diagram above?
    1. Danakil Alps.
    2. Mt. Ruwenzori
    3. Mt. Ras Dashan.
    4. Aberdare Ranges.

Use the diagram below to answer question 17.


  1. Which one of the following statements is true about the climatic region represented by the graph above?
    1. Most of the rainfall is received in June and July.
    2. There are two distinct dry seasons in the region.
    3. The region is hot and dry in most of the months of the year.
    4. When temperatures are high, rainfall is also high in the region.
  2. Three of the following are responsibilities of children in a family. Which one is not?
    1. Taking care of family property.
    2. Helping parents in carrying out house chores.
    3. Providing food, clothing and shelter for the family.
    4. Going to school to get education.
  3. The most common soils in arid and semi- arid areas in Kenya are
    1. volcanic soils.
    2. loamy soils.
    3. sandy soils.
    4. alluvial soils.
  4. Athi River, Niger delta and Johannesburg regions are densely populated mainly because of
    1. Urbanization.
    2. Climate.
    3. Historical events.
    4. Mining activities.
  5. Urban to rural migration amongst people who are above sixty years and above of age is mainly caused by
    1. overcrowding in towns.
    2. retirement from employment
    3. difficulties in getting settled in urban areas.
    4. availability of jobs in rural areas.
  6. Which one of the following is not a benefit of trade to Kenya's economy?
    1. Promotion of peace and understanding.
    2. Exploitation of citizens by businessmen.
    3. Creation of employment opportunities.
    4. Industrial development.
  7. The council of elders among the Wanyamwezi was called
    1. Njuri Ncheke
    2. Wanyamphala
    3. Ruga ruga
    4. Miruka
  8. Who among the following carly visitors to Eastern Africa signed trade treaties with Britain, France and Germany while in Zanzibar?
    1. Carl Peters
    2. William Mackinnon
    3. Seyyid Said
    4. Vasco da Gama
  9. Jack found one of his classmates drinking beer behind the class eight classroom. The best action for Jack to take is to
    1. join his classmate in drinking, the beer.
    2. run to the nearest police station and report his classmate.
    3. pray for his classmate to stop using drugs.
    4. advice his classmate on the dangers of drinking beer.
  10. Three of the following methods of farming were practised in traditional farming. Which one was not?
    1. Zero grazing
    2. Bush fallowing
    3. Slash-and-burn agriculture
    4. Mixed farming
  11. The main problem faced by beef farmers in Kenya and Tanzania is
    1. shortage of water and pasture.
    2. animal diseases.
    3. attacks by wild animals.
    4. lack of slaughterhouses.
  12. The main factor that undermines peace in government institutions in Kenya is
    1. religious differences.
    2. poverty.
    3. corrupt practices..
    4. tribalism.

Use the map of Kenya shown below to answer questions 29 to 32.


  1. The town marked T is likely to be
    1. Kisumu
    2. Nairobi
    3. Eldoret
    4. Mombasa
  2. The lake marked M is an example of a
    1. fault lake
    2. crater lake
    3. volcanic lake
    4. depression lake
  3. The national reserve marked K is known as
    1. Amboseli
    2. Maasai Mara
    3. Sibiloi
    4. Malka Mari
  4. The neighbouring country marked Z is called
    1. South Sudan
    2. Somalia
    3. Ethiopia
    4. Sudan
  5. The road sign shown below warns drivers that
    1. there are bumps ahead.
    2. the road ahead is slippery.
    3. they should expect a roundabout ahead.
    4. they must not enter through that passage.
  6. The Kenyan coat of arms is a
    1. factor that promotes national unity.
    2. stamp for approving government documents.
    3. symbol of our independence.
    4. national badge or emblem.
  7. Three of the following are conditions that favour the growing of wheat. Which one is not?
    1. Well distributed moderate rainfall.
    2. Well drained fertile soils.
    3. Warm and dry weather especially during the harvesting period.
    4. A very high altitude above 2500 metres above sea level.
  8. Kenya's main mineral export is
    1. gold
    2. soda ash
    3. fluospar
    4. limestone
  9. The following are forest conservation measures except
    1. encouraging research on forestry.
    2. reafforestation.
    3. setting up of presidential commissions.
    4. encouraging deforestation.
  10. Most farmers in Kenya and Tanzania grow maize mainly because
    1. the climate is ideal for maize growing.
    2. the governments of both countries encourage maize growing.
    3. maize is a staple food in most communities.
    4. maize is a source of income for farmers.
  11. The best way of resolving a conflict between two pastoral groups fighting over watering points and grazing land is
    1. dialogue.
    2. commission of enquiry.
    3. litigation.
    4. negotiation,
  12. The following events took place in Kenya before 1963.
    (i) The Kenya African Democratic Union (KADU) was formed.
    (ii) Jomo Kenyatta was released from detention.
    (iii) The second Lancaster House Conference was held.
    (iv) The Kenya African National Union  (KANU) was formed.
    What is the correct order of how the events took place from the first to the last?
    1. (i), (iv), (iii), (ii)
    2. (iv), (i), (ii), (iii)
    3. (ii), (iv), (iii), (i)
    4. (iii), (ii), (i),(iv)
  13. The type of democracy that involves pupils directly choosing their leaders in school is termed as
    1. indirect democracy.
    2. delegative democracy.
    3. participatory democracy.
    4. nominative democracy.
  14. Road transport is the most common used means of transport in Eastern Africa mainly because
    1. it is the safest means of transport in the region.
    2. most people can afford to buy vehicles in the region.
    3. it is the cheapest means of transport in the region.
    4. it is the most developed means of transport in the region.
  15. The government of Kenya encourages the establishment of jua kali industries mainly because they
    1. are cheap to establish.
    2. reduce unemployment in the country.
    3. depend on local resources and local skilled labour.
    4. encourage development of industries.
  16. The main contribution of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta in Kenya was that he
    1. led Kenya to independence.
    2. formulated the Harambee philosophy.
    3. led the maumau in fighting the colonialists.
    4. promoted development in Kenya.
  17. Jane witnessed a pedestrian being hit by a speeding vehicle. The first thing for her to do in giving the injured person first aid is to
    1. carry the person carefully from the accident scene.
    2. call for an ambulance.
    3. ensure that there is no further danger.
    4. stop any bleeding and stabilize the head of the person.
  18. The following are sources of revenue for county governments in Kenya except
    1. sale of business licences.
    2. entertainment taxes.
    3. property rates.
    4. petroleum levy.
  19. The main moral values instilled in children in traditional African societies involved
    1. hardwork and cleanliness.
    2. honesty and love.
    3. obedience and respect.
    4. self-control and humility.
  20. Tourism is important for the economy of Kenya mainly because it
    1. leads to development of infrastructure.
    2. creates jobs for Kenyans.
    3. makes Kenya be known by people from other countries.
    4. earns the country foreign exchange.
  21. Below are characteristics of population structure
    (i) Young people are more than the working population.
    (ii) Females are slightly more than males
    (iii) Life expectancy is below 70 years
    (iv) Population grows at the rate of 0.2%
    (v) Most people live in urban areas
    Which combination of characteristics represent the population structure of Kenya and India
    1. (i), (ii)
    2. (iv), (v)
    3. (i), (iii)
    4. (iii), (iv)
  22. The main type of vegetation in the savannah region of Africa is?
    1. aromatic shrubs and decidous trees
    2. grasses, shrubs and widely spaced trees
    3. cactus and euphorbuia
    4. papyrus reeds and bamboo
  23. Three of the following are true about the constituion of Kenya. Which one is not?
    1. It was progumulated by President Uhuru Kenyatta
    2. It is the highest law in the land.
    3. Its third chapter is about citizenship
    4. It is divided into eighteen elements.
  24.  Which one of the following was not a reason for the formation of the United Nations? To
    1. Help rebuild countries destroyed during the world wars
    2. Find lasting peace in the world.
    3. End the Second World War
    4. Maintain a close relationship between European colonialists and their former colonies.
  25. Mwea Irrigation Scheme gets it's water from
    1. River Perkerra
    2. River Athi and Sabaki
    3. Rivers Thiba and Nyamindi
    4. Rivers Nzoia and Nyando.
  26. Which one of the following is an economic right?
    1. Freedom of worship
    2. Right to life
    3. Right to work
    4. Equality before the law
  27. Which one of the following is not true about horticultural farming in both Kenya and the Netherlands? In both countries.
    1. Most of the land used for horticulture is reclaimed land.
    2. There is cultivation of vegetables, fruits and flowers.
    3. horticultural produce is either exported or consumed locally.
    4. greenhouses are used in farming.
  28. The main function of the Legislature in Kenya is to
    1. interpret the laws in the constituion
    2. Implement government policies
    3. formulate government policies
    4. make and amend laws
  29. The following members are part of the Senate in Kenya except?
    1. sixteeen women members nominated by political parties.
    2. twelve nominated members by political parties
    3. the speaker
    4. two elected youth representatives
  30. In Kenya, one can either become a citizen by 
    1. birth or registration
    2. naturalization or marriage
    3. eduaction or dilpomacy
    4. duality or nomination
  31. The head of the Cabinet in Kenya is the
    1. President
    2. Chief Justice
    3. Attorney General
    4. Head of Public Service
  32. The follwoing are factors that lead to rapid population growth except?
    1. reduced wars among the communities
    2. rising cost of living
    3. favourable climate
    4. early marriages



  1. Which one of the following order of creation is correctly matched?
    1. Day 5 - Sea creatures and birds of the air.
    2. Day 3 - Sun, moon and stars.
    3. Day 2 - Dry land, sea and all kinds of vegetation.
    4. Day 4 - Wild and domestic animals.
  2. According to Genesis story of creation, which one of the following was not a result of disobedience of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden?
    1. Death entered into the world.
    2. Human beings started suffering.
    3. Human beings spread all over the world.
    4. There was enemity between man and the serpent.
  3. Which one of the following is the main reason why Joseph was sold by his brothers? Because
    1. Joseph was a dreamer.
    2. they were jealous of him.
    3. there was famine in Israel.
    4. they needed money to buy food.
  4. Which one of the following statements describes why Abraham is called the father of faith?
    1. He was kind to his nephew Lot.
    2. He was blessed by God.
    3. His name was changed from Abram to Abraham.
    4. He agreed to sacrifice his only son Isaac.
  5. Who among the following people were the sons of Moses?
    1. Gershom and Eliezer
    2. Eliezer and Abinadab
    3. Gershom and Manassch
    4. Manassch and Eliezer
  6. Which one of the following ten commandments given to Moses by God shows that marriage should be honoured?
    1. Do not accuse anyone falsely.
    2. Observe the Sabbath day and keep it holy.
    3. Do not commit murder.
    4. Do not commit adultery.
  7. During the night of Exodus,the Israelites were to observe the following in preparation for the Exodus. Which one was not? They were
    1. to smear blood on their doorposts.
    2. supposed to eat boiled meat.
    3. supposed to eat unleavened bread.
    4. supposed to eat bitter herbs.
  8. Who among the following judges of Israel was led by the Holy Spirit to fight the Midianites. with only three hundred men?
    1. Samson
    2. Gideon
    3. Othniel
    4. Jephthah
  9.  (i) He was the most successful King of Israel.
    (ii) He brought the ark of covenant to Jerusalem.
    (iii) He united all the tribes of Israel.
    (iv) He made Jerusalem the centre of worship.
    Who among the following kings of Israel is described above? King
    1. David
    2. Saul
    3. Solomon
    4. Rehoboam.
  10. The following were miracles performed by Prophet Elisha. Which one was not? He
    1. unpoisoned the poisonous stew.
    2. made an axe head to float on water.
    3. raised the son of the widow of Zarephath.
    4. cursed the forty two boys who jeered him.
  11. Who among the following Prophets prophesied the killing of the baby boys in Bethlehem by King Herod during the birth of Jesus? Prophet
    1. Jeremiah
    2. Isaiah
    3. Micah
    4. Joel
  12. According to Luke 1:26-38, which one of the following is the main reason why Angel Gabriel announced that the child would be called the son of the most High God? Because He would be
    1. born by a virgin.
    2. born from the lineage of David.
    3. conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit.
    4. visited by the three wisemen.
  13. According to the Jewish traditions, how old was Jesus when He was circumcised?
    1. 8 years old
    2. 8 days old
    3. 8 months old
    4. 12 years old
  14. Which one of the following was John the baptist's message to the tax collectors? Not to
    1. accuse anyone falsely.
    2. pretend to be holy than other people.
    3. take anything from anyone forcefully.
    4. collect more than what is legal.
  15. Which one of the following was Jesus response during his temptation when the devil told him. to throw Himself down from the highest point at the temple and Angels would hold him?
    1. Do not put the Lord your God into test.
    2. Man cannot live on bread alone.
    3. Worship the Lord your God and serve Him only.
    4. Remember the Sabbath day and keep it Holy.
  16. While He was on earth one of Jesus Ministry was to perform miracles. Who among the following people was his mother-in-law healed by Jesus?
    1. John
    2. James
    3. Peter
    4. Andrew
  17. Which one of the following parables of Jesus teaches Christians on praying without ceasing?
    1. Pharisee and the tax collector.
    2. The widow and the unjust judge.
    3. The unmerciful servant.
    4. The good samaritan.
  18. When Jesus approached the towns of Bethphage and Bethany at the Mount of Olives, He sent two of his disciples to a village ahead of them to bring him a colt.
    Mark 11: 1-11. Who among the following disciples did He
    1. John and James
    2. Peter and James
    3. Peter and John
    4. Andrew and John
  19. When Jesus was brought before Pilate during his arrest, He was accused of the following except
    1. claiming to be the Messiah.
    2. misleading the people.
    3. telling people not to pay taxes.
    4. claiming to be the King of Jews.
  20. Jesus told his disciples to wait for the Holy Spirit in the town of
    1. Bethany
    2. Nazareth
    3. Bethlehem
    4. Jerusalem
  21. Which one among the following gifts of the Holy Spirit helps one to believe in the things which you can't see?
    1. Prophecy
    2. Faithfulness
    3. Faith
    4. Speaking in tongues
  22. Which onerof the following is the correct order of the four forms of African existence in African traditional religion?
    1. Unborn > Living dead > Living >Ancestors.
    2. Living > Living dead > Unborn > Ancestors.
    3. Unborn > Living Living dead > Ancestors
    4. Living Unborn > Living dead >Ancestors
  23. During initiation the initiates were isolated from the rest of the community where they were mainly taught to be
    1. Obedient
    2. Courageous
    3. Responsible
    4. Tolerant
  24. According to African traditional communities, which one of the following statements about marriage is not correct?
    1. Marriage among the same clan members was forbidden.
    2. Marriage without a child was considered incomplete.
    3. Monogamy type of marriage was strictly observed.
    4. The main reason of marriage was procreation.
  25. The following are examples of specialists in African traditional communities. Which one was not?
    1. rainmakers
    2. prophets
    3. medicinemen
    4. witches
  26. Ken a class 8 pupil was sent to buy milk by his mother. The shopkeeper gave him more money than he was required to get back as balance. Ken took the money and kept it to himself. Which one of the following Christian values does Ken lack?
    1. Obedience
    2. Tolerance
    3. Honesty
    4. Patience
  27. Churches continue to support education today by doing three of the following activities except
    1. donating money.
    2. providing spiritual guidance.
    3. managing some schools.
    4. setting national examinations.
  28. The following pupils were asked to mention way through which a Christian can best spend their leisure time. Who among them gave a correct answer?
    1. Martha: Visiting a childrens orphanage.
    2. Ruth: Attending bible studies.
    3. Mary: Reading the Bible.
    4. Stella: Reciting memory verses...... -
  29. Three of the following statements explain why certain children get involved in child labour. Which one does not?
    1. Neglect from home.
    2. Death of the parents.
    3. Excess wealth at home.
    4. Poverty in their homes.
  30. Which one of the following was the main work of the early missionaries in Kenya?
    1. Stopping slave trade.
    2. Writing books
    3. Stopping civil wars.
    4. Building schools.



  1. Which one of the following is a pair of chapters in which Allah (S. WT) reminds the prophet (S.A. W) some of the favours He did for him?
    1. Surahs Dhuha and Inshirah.
    2. Surahs Qureish and Maun.
    3. Surahs Lahab and Fiil.
    4. Surahs Kafirun and Kauthar.
  2. The most recommended time to recite Al-Muawidhatein chapters as a supplication is before
    1. sleep
    2. a journey
    3. a comforance.
    4. visiting the sick.
  3. The disbelievers of Makka realised that they could not stop the Prophet (S.A. W) from his Islamic evangelism mission. They thought it wise to approach him and agree with him that they pray to Allah and their idols alternatively. Allah (S.W.T) intervened immediately and stopped such an agreement by revealing Surah 
    1. Al-Qureish
    2. Al-Ikhlas
    3. Al-Kafirun
    4. Al-Masad
  4. This is how the Day of Qiyamah will look like as mentioned in the Surahs Al-Zilzalah and Al-Qariah, Which sign is not mentioned in any of the above mentioned chapters?
    1. People will be spread like moth.
    2. The mountains will be curded like wool.
    3. The earth will reveal peoples secrets.
    4. People will appear with folded faces.
  5. Which Surah is correctly matched with its chapter position in the Holy Qur'an?
    1. Chapter 111 - Surah Ikhlas
    2. Chapter 114 - Surah Nas
    3. Chapter 112 - Surah Falaq
    4. Chapter 113 - Surah Fatiha
  6. The kind of Hadith'in which the sayings of the Prophet (S.A. W) is direct inspiration from Allah (S.W.T) is referred to as
    1. Hadith Qudsi
    2. Hadith Nabawi
    3. Hadith Qaul
    4. Hadith Taqrir
  7. Which one of the following is not a manner of greetings as guided by the Prophet (p.b.u.h)? The
    1. younger to greet the elder.
    2. few to greet the many.
    3. passers-by to greet the seated.
    4. pedestrians to greet the drivers.
  8. What does the Prophet (S.A. W) advice muslims to mind before they take any action?
    1. Be courageous.
    2. Have a second plan.
    3. Be ready to ask for forgiveness.
    4. Be sure of the outcome.
  9. What does Allah (S.W.T) look at in a person who performs any deed according to the teachings of the Prophet (S. A. W)? Allah looks
    1. at the result.
    2. at his body.
    3. at his heart.
    4. your faith..
  10. Which form of faith in Allah is wrongly matched with its meaning?
    1. Ghushuu → The command of Allah
    2. Tawakkul → Reliance on Allah.
    3. Taqwa →The fear of Allah. 
    4. Tawba →The forgiveness from Allah.
  11. Allah (S.W.T) gave the following duties to Angels to perform except one. Which is in the trust of Allah Himself?
    1. Distribution of rainfall.
    2. Distribution of Rizq.
    3. Recording of good and bad deeds.
    4. Removal of souls.
  12. Suhuf was the Holy scripture revealed to Prophet
    1. Musa (A.S)
    2. Daud (A.S)
    3. Ibrahim (A.S)
    4. Nuh (A.S)
  13. The attribute of Allah, that Allah (S.W.T) is the
    1. Protector
    2. Powerful
    3. Trusted
    4. Source of peace
  14. How many Prophets are mentioned in the Holy Qur'an?
    1. 35
    2. 45
    3. 25
    4. 15
  15. Which one of the following is a unit of measure used to determine amount of wealth in the Islamic Sharia?
    1. Nisab
    2. Shibr
    3. Qulatein
    4. Qiratun
  16. Astronauts through their instruments foretold the possibility of an eclipse. They warned people at looking directly to the sun without googles, among other safety measures. Which prayer should muslims prepare to perform?
    1. Tahajjud
    2. Dhuha
    3. Kusuf
    4. Qabliyya
  17. The similarity between Hajj and Umra is that in both the pilgrims one must
    1. stay at Mina.
    2. perform Sa'ay.
    3. stand at Arafa.
    4. drink from Zamzam.
  18. A small girl from Madrassa wrote down the five pillars of Islam in order and wrote as follows


    Which pillars did she interchange in the order?
    1. Saum, Zakat
    2. Salat, Saum
    3. Zakkt, Hajj
    4. Shahada, Salat
  19. Which one of the following statements is true about the Kalimatu Shahada? It must be uttered
    1. before reciting the Qur'an.
    2. before one becomes a muslim.
    3. at the begging of Swalah.
    4. everyday to renew ones faith.
  20. Which one among the following are dates of Ayyamul Tashriq in the Islamic Calendar?
    1. 1st, 2nd 3rd Muharram.
    2. 13th, 14th, 15th every month.
    3. 25th, 27th and 29th Ramadhan.
    4. 11th, 12th and 13th Dhul Hijjah.
  21. The best way a muslim can appreciate the bounties of Allah (S.W.T) is by
    1. visiting the sick.
    2. attending islamic festivals.
    3. making many steps to the mosque.
    4. participating in games.
  22. The early muslim visitors who came along the coast mainly came for
    1. missionary work.
    2. construction of Kenya -Uganda railway.
    3. trade.
    4. intermarriage.
  23. In which of the following places did the prophet (S.A.W) conduct his farewell and holy congregation?
    1. In the field at Aqaba.
    2. On the Mount Uhud.
    3. On the Shaam market.
    4. In the field of Arafa.
  24. Who among the following Prophets of Allah (S.W.T') build a mosque by the help of the Jinns? Prophet
    1. Muhammad
    2. Issa
    3. Ibrahim
    4. Suleiman
  25. The Prophet Muhammad (S.A. W) was too honest to people until eveybody including the enemies of Islam called him by the name
    1. Al-Mustafa
    2. Al-Amin
    3. Aba-Qassim
    4. Imamul Mursaleen
  26. The malpractice in business where some traders add water in milk before selling is known as
    1. Ghush 
    2. Riba
    3. Shirk
    4. Adulteration
  27. Which one of the following is the first battle that muslims fought against the disbelievers?
    1. Siifiin
    2. Uhud
    3. Khandaq
    4. Badr
  28. When should a Tahniq tradition performed to a child?
    1. During the Aqiqah celebration.
    2. On the circumcision day.
    3. Immediately a child is born.
    4. On Eid day.
  29. In which of the following engagements did the Prophet declare the house of Abu Sufyan a safety place to take refuge? During
    1. the battle of apostacy.
    2. the pledge of Aqaba.
    3. fat-hul Makkah.
    4. the Hijra to Madina.
  30. Which of the following things had just happened to Prophet Muhammad (S.A. W) before going on the Isra wal Miiraj trip to Jerusalem and heavens? The Prophet had just
    1. been appointed a Prophet.
    2. lost his wife and uncle.
    3. build his Masjid Nabawi.
    4. migrated to Madina.


  1. A
  2. A
  3. D
  4. D
  5. B
  6. C
  7. C
  8. B
  9. D
  10. A
  11. C
  12. B
  13. D
  14. D
  15. B
  16. A
  17. C
  18. C
  19. C
  20. D
  21. B
  22. B
  23. B
  24. C
  25. D
  26. A
  27. A
  28. C
  29. B
  30. D
  31. B
  32. C
  33. A
  34. D
  35. D
  36. B
  37. D
  38. C
  39. A
  40. B
  41. C
  42. D
  43. B
  44. A
  45. A
  46. D
  47. C
  48. D
  49. C
  50. B
  51. A
  52. D
  53. C
  54. C
  55. A
  56. D
  57. B
  58. A
  59. D
  60. B


  1. A
  2. C
  3. B
  4. D
  5. A
  6. D
  7. B
  8. C
  9. A
  10. C
  11. A
  12. C
  13. B
  14. D
  15. A
  16. C
  17. B
  18. C
  19. A
  20. D
  21. B
  22. C
  23. C
  24. C
  25. D
  26. C
  27. D
  28. A
  29. C
  30. D


  1. A
  2. A
  3. C
  4. D
  5. B
  6. A
  7. D
  8. D
  9. C
  10. A
  11. B
  12. C
  13. C
  14. C
  15. A
  16. C
  17. B
  18. A
  19. B
  20. D
  21. A
  22. C
  23. D
  24. D
  25. B
  26. A
  27. D
  28. C
  29. C
  30. B
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