The Full Wiki

Ulema: Quiz


Question 1: These jobs were distributed amongst two types of ulama: Muftis, who interpreted Shariah law and the ________, who enforced Shariah law.

Question 2: [5] For example, every Waqf was required to have a waqif (founder), mutawillis (trustee), ________ (judge) and beneficiaries.

Question 3: These include believing that schools are too conservative and that the idea of ________, the right to personal opinion, means that understanding of the Qur'an can change with the times.

Question 4: [9] The methodology of legal precedence and reasoning by ________ (Qiyas) are also similar in both the Islamic and common law systems.

Question 5: Hanafi (Turkey, the Balkans, ________, Indian subcontinent, Egypt, and in Long Beards
Middle EastSouth AsiaSiberiaCentral Asia

Question 6: A ________ Muslim jurist usually belongs to one of the four main schools:
Sunni IslamAliRashidunIslamic schools and branches

Question 7: In ________, the traditional dervish tekkes and Islamic schools were dissolved and replaced by state-controlled religious schools in the 1950s and 1960s.
CroatiaCyprusTurkish peopleTurkey

Question 8: In contemporary times, the ulema are most powerful in the Shi'a tradition of ________.
Muslim historyMosqueIslamIslamic schools and branches

Question 9: In certain Muslim countries, like Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, where there are sharia courts, Islamic clergy become ________.
Doctor (title)ProfessorJudgeRabbi

Question 10: The Sheikh ul-Islam issued ________, which were written interpretations of the Quran that had authority over the community.


Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address