Welcome to our Islamic Trivia template! Here we will be testing your knowledge on the oldest and most prominent religion in the world - Islam. This religion is deeply rooted in history and affects the lives of countless people around the world. We'll be exploring its rich culture, beliefs, values, and practices. From the Qu'ran to the five pillars of faith, this trivia game will challenge your knowledge and help you learn more about Islamic practices and doctrines. So, sharpen your pencils and get ready to challenge your peers - it's time to test your Islamic IQ!
1) Who is the author of the Holy Quran?
2) What is the number of pillars in Islam?
3) What is the language of the Quran?
4) How many times a day is Salah prayed?
5) Who is the first prophet in Islam?
6) What was the name of the mountain where Prophet Muhammad received his first revelation?
7) Prophet Muhammad was born in the year 570 CE. What does CE stand for?
8) What is the second pillar of Islam?
9) What is the name of the book in which Allah's words were first revealed?
10) How many Surah are in The Quran?
11) What does 'hijab' refer to?
12) What is the name of the pilgrimage to Mecca all Muslims are required to do once in their life?
13) What is the name of the Islamic holy book?
14) What is the total number of pillars in Islam?
15) What is the name of the Islamic prayer that is performed five times a day?
16) What does 'salat' refer to?
17) What is the main event celebrated during the month of Ramadan?
18) What is the name of the Islamic holy book?
19) What is the 5th pillar of Islam?
20) What is the name of the first surah in the Quran?
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