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Genie: Quiz


Question 1: The French translators of ________ used génie as a translation of jinnī because it was similar to the Arabic word in sound and in meaning.
Arabic literatureIslamic Golden AgeAbbasid CaliphateOne Thousand and One Nights

Question 2: Like humans, jinns will also be judged on the ________ and will be sent to Heaven or Hell according to their deeds.
EschatologyEnd timeLast JudgmentApocalypse

Question 3: While Christian tradition suggests that ________ was an angel that rebelled against God's orders, Islam maintains that Iblis was a Djinn who had been granted special privilege to live amongst angels prior to his rebellion.

Question 4: A Jinn Paralyses Me At Night – though such symptoms are now compatible with a recently discovered condition known as ________.
Advanced sleep phase syndromeNarcolepsySleep apneaSleep paralysis

Question 5: Amongst archaeologists dealing with ancient ________ cultures, any spirit lesser than angels is often referred to as a djinn, especially when describing stone carvings or other forms of art.
Middle EastWestern AsiaAsiaIran

Question 6: However, ________ himself did not believe in the existence of such evil female spirits.

Question 7: Solomon’s wife, the ________, was reportedly born of the marriage between a Djinn and a human, some sources suggesting a Djinn named Rayḥāna was her mother.
Habesha peopleSons of NoahEgyptQueen of Sheba

Question 8: [10] According to the Qur'an, Djinn have free will, and Iblis abused this freedom in front of Allah by refusing to bow to ________ when Allah told Iblis to do so.
IsaacEnoch (Biblical figure)AbrahamAdam

Question 9: ________ believed the Jinn were generally "ignorant, untruthful, oppressive and treacherous".
IslamIbn TaymiyyahSalafiShia Islam

Question 10: In Arabic, a genie (also jinn, Djinn, from Arabic جني jinnī) is a supernatural creature which occupies a parallel world to that of mankind, and together with humans and angels makes up the three sentient creations of God (________).

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