Islam’s view on other religions (Islamic Study) MCQs

What is Islam’s view on other religions?
a. Islam acknowledges the validity of all religions.
b. Islam considers other religions as false.
c. Islam promotes peaceful coexistence and respect for other religions.
d. Islam views other religions as irrelevant.

Answer: c. Islam promotes peaceful coexistence and respect for other religions.

What does Islam teach about the prophets of other religions?
a. They are considered inferior to Islamic prophets.
b. They are not acknowledged by Islam.
c. They are respected as messengers of God.
d. They are condemned as impostors.

Answer: c. They are respected as messengers of God.

According to Islamic belief, who are the “People of the Book”?
a. Christians and Jews
b. Muslims and Christians
c. Hindus and Buddhists
d. Atheists and Agnostics

Answer: a. Christians and Jews

What is the status of the Torah and the Gospel in Islam?
a. They are considered invalid texts.
b. They are seen as corrupted versions of the original scriptures.
c. They are respected as divine revelations.
d. They are ignored by Muslims.

Answer: c. They are respected as divine revelations.

In Islamic teachings, what is the preferred way to interact with followers of other religions?
a. Condemnation and hostility
b. Dialogue and peaceful coexistence
c. Conversion by force
d. Ignoring their existence

Answer: b. Dialogue and peaceful coexistence

What is the Islamic perspective on religious freedom?
a. Islam advocates for religious coercion.
b. Islam allows freedom of religion within certain boundaries.
c. Islam prohibits any form of religious expression.
d. Islam mandates the conversion of all non-Muslims.

Answer: b. Islam allows freedom of religion within certain boundaries.

Which Quranic verse emphasizes the universality of religious freedom?
a. “There is no god but Allah.”
b. “To you be your religion, and to me my religion.”
c. “Fight those who do not believe in Allah.”
d. “Islam is the only true religion.”

Answer: b. “To you be your religion, and to me my religion.”

What is the significance of the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah regarding Islam’s view on other religions?
a. It mandated the expulsion of non-Muslims from Arabia.
b. It established peaceful relations between Muslims and non-Muslims.
c. It declared war on all non-Muslims.
d. It prohibited any interaction between Muslims and non-Muslims.

Answer: b. It established peaceful relations between Muslims and non-Muslims.

Which Islamic principle promotes tolerance and respect for religious diversity?
a. Taqwa
b. Tawhid
c. Tolerance
d. Jihad

Answer: c. Tolerance

What historical event demonstrates Prophet Muhammad’s respect for religious pluralism?
a. The Conquest of Mecca
b. The Battle of Badr
c. The Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
d. The Siege of Medina

Answer: c. The Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
What is the term used in Islam for non-Muslims living under Islamic rule?
a. Kafirs
b. Dhimmi
c. Munafiq
d. Mushrik

Answer: b. Dhimmi

Which Islamic concept promotes kindness and compassion towards all creatures, regardless of their faith?
a. Tawakkul
b. Tawhid
c. Rahmah
d. Takfir

Answer: c. Rahmah

What does the Quran say about engaging with people of other faiths?
a. “Show mercy to the believers.”
b. “Argue with the disbelievers.”
c. “Invite to the way of your Lord with wisdom and good instruction.”
d. “Convert non-believers forcefully.”

Answer: c. “Invite to the way of your Lord with wisdom and good instruction.”

In Islamic history, what was the status of religious minorities under Islamic rule?
a. They were discriminated against and oppressed.
b. They were given equal rights and protection.
c. They were forcibly converted to Islam.
d. They were expelled from Islamic territories.

Answer: b. They were given equal rights and protection.

Which Islamic principle emphasizes justice and fairness in all dealings, including with people of other faiths?
a. Shura
b. Adl
c. Ihsan
d. Fitrah

Answer: b. Adl

What is the significance of the Pact of Umar in Islamic history?
a. It established the first Islamic state.
b. It guaranteed the rights of religious minorities in Islamic territories.
c. It declared war on neighboring non-Muslim nations.
d. It abolished the practice of slavery in Islamic societies.

Answer: b. It guaranteed the rights of religious minorities in Islamic territories.

Which Islamic figure is known for his tolerance towards people of other faiths during his reign?
a. Caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab
b. Prophet Muhammad
c. Sultan Saladin
d. Caliph Abu Bakr

Answer: a. Caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab

What does Islam teach about forced conversion?
a. It is encouraged as a way to spread Islam.
b. It is strictly forbidden.
c. It is permissible under certain circumstances.
d. It is considered optional for Muslims.

Answer: b. It is strictly forbidden.

Which Islamic principle promotes the idea of mutual respect and understanding between people of different faiths?
a. Jihad
b. Zakat
c. Tolerance
d. Hijrah

Answer: c. Tolerance

According to Islam, what should be the attitude of Muslims towards the religious practices of others?
a. Indifference
b. Respectful tolerance
c. Condemnation
d. Aggressive opposition

Answer: b. Respectful tolerance