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Question 1: Born in Scotland, he was a playwright and actor before he accepted Islam in 1967 with the ________ of the Masjid al-Qarawiyyin (Qarawiyyin Mosque) in Fes, Morocco.
Imamah (Shi'a Twelver doctrine)Imamah (Shi'a doctrine)ImamTwelver

Question 2: In 2001, the ________ conferred on him an Honorary Doctorate of Literature for his life's writings.
Universiti Utara MalaysiaUniversiti Teknologi PetronasUniversiti Sains MalaysiaUniversiti Tenaga Nasional

Question 3: He currently resides in ________, South Africa, where he holds regular gatherings of Dhikr and instruction in the Islamic sciences.
CairoBloemfonteinCape TownPretoria

Question 4: This led to a ________ TV presentation with Peter Cushing and Mary Morris.
Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationRaidió Teilifís ÉireannTG4BBC

Question 5: His position on the Islamic gold dinar and silver dirham has been expanded upon at length using the sources in the ________, and formulated for modern-day application, by his student Umar Ibrahim Vadillo.
Islamic schools and branchesMuslim worldFiqhSharia

Question 6: The Return of the Khalifate, a historical work on the ________, their demise and its causes and an exposition of a route to the recovery of the khalifate (Madinah Press, 1996, ISBN 1874216215)
TurkeyOttoman EmpireIstanbulTurkish people

Question 7: Abdalqadir as-Sufi has been actively spreading Islam since that time and has students all over the world in both ________ and non-Muslim lands.

Question 8: After this he travelled extensively in Greece, ________ and Italy.
CanadaFranceUnited KingdomUnited States

Question 9: His second play was first presented at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre, and then at R.A.D.A.'s Vanburgh Theatre with ________ in the lead.
Academy Award for Best ActorAcademy Award for Best Supporting ActorAlbert Finney2007 in film

Question 10: With Constance Cox he initiated the first BBC TV classical series with '________' and 'Vanity Fair'.
Charlotte BrontëJane EyreWuthering HeightsAnne Brontë

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