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How "muslim" Are You?

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Take the test! http://www.areyoumuslim.com/

I was surprised to discover I'm 72% Muslim, even though I'm an atheist!

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That's not a good poll really. 82% for me. Anyway, Only Allah :sw: can give such verdict(s).

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Funny. I got 78%. What a pathetic muslim I am :D Before taking the test, I expected to reach about 90%.

I think it is just for fun. I agree with Brother above me that no one can measure how is our iman except for Allah

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To reiterate here, that site (and the other affiliates) are modernist sites. Will not be much helpful in knowing real Islam.

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i answered these questions with "yes" while the website tells i'm wrong, i'm not sure why?!

 

3. Do you believe there is only one true religion rather than elements of truth in many religions?

Yes

No

Undecided

 

6. Do you think women should fully cover their body in terms of their dress?

Yes

No

Undecided

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i answered these questions with "yes" while the website tells i'm wrong, i'm not sure why?!

 

3. Do you believe there is only one true religion rather than elements of truth in many religions?

Yes

No

Undecided

 

6. Do you think women should fully cover their body in terms of their dress?

Yes

No

Undecided

 

I answered it with "yes" too and a lil shock when knew that it labeled wrong. Wasn't Islam the only religion and women should cover their bodies?Now I realized the test is rather strange...

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I scored an 86%.

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I scored an 86%.

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That website has a link at the bottom and the webpage it leads to says some weird things which are not Islamicaly accurate.

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I don't see how an atheist could get anything but 0%. The first question ought to determine that:

 

Do you believe in God?

 

No = 0% Muslim

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My Score was 100%!

 

1. Do you believe in environmental conservation?

Yes

No

Undecided

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2. If God exists, do you believe there can only be one God?

Yes

No

Undecided

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3. Do you believe there is only one true religion rather than elements of truth in many religions?

Yes

No

Undecided

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There are elements of truth in some non-Jewish religions, especially those which uphold the Noahide Laws.

 

4. Do you believe in "Original Sin", i.e. a child carries the sins of another into this world?

Yes

No

Undecided

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5. Do you think the law of requital is fair, i.e. equivalence: what good you do will be given back to you (in the next life if there is one), what bad you do will be given back to you (in the next life if there is one)?

Yes

No

Undecided

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6. Do you think women should fully cover their body in terms of their dress?

Yes

No

Undecided

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Judaism teaches tznius (modesty), however a woman needn't cover her whole body. The traditional view is that skirts should reach below the knee, sleeves must cover the elbow (some rulings state short sleeves are okay as long as they are tight at the end so no one can see your torso), and colar bones must be covered. Hair covering is only for married women.

 

7. Do you believe if God exists, only God can forgive sins? For example, no intermediaries can forgive sins, unlike confession in Catholicism.

Yes

No

Undecided

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8. Do you believe victims of crimes and/or their families should have a say in the penalty for such crimes?

Yes

No

Undecided

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Yes, in case they wish to pardon them.

 

9. Do you believe in certain circumstances the death penalty could be warranted?

Yes

No

Undecided

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If the person poses an imminent threat to civilians.

 

10. "Be the change you want to see in the world."

Strongly Agree

Fairly Agree

Undecided

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

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11. Do you believe humans collectively have a natural instinct towards what is right and what is wrong?

Yes

No

Undecided

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12. Do you feel that many of those considered divine prophets/messengers (if they existed), e.g. Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Muhammad delivered the same basic message of oneness of God, oneness of mankind and doing good deeds?

Yes

No

Undecided

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13. Do you believe that there is a purpose for our existence?

Yes

No

Undecided

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14. Do you believe that mutual consultation should play a part in resolving the issues of the people?

Yes

No

Undecided

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15. Would you like a belief system which clearly states how it proves itself?

Yes

No

Undecided

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16. Do you agree with the following: Actions speak louder than Words?

Yes

No

Undecided

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17. "Faith not supported by reason and empirical evidence is wishful thinking."

Strongly Agree

Fairly Agree

Undecided

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

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18. Do you think the harm caused by alcohol/intoxicants is greater than their benefits?

Yes

No

Undecided

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19. Do you think freedom of speech and freedom of belief/religion is a fundamental right?

Yes

No

Undecided

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20. Do you believe it is an individual's duty to distribute some of their wealth to the needy and promote social welfare?

Yes

No

Undecided

 

Tzedakah is an obligation. At least 10% of ones income must go to charity. The word "tzedakah" is derived from the Hebrew root Tzadei-Dalet-Qof, meaning righteousness, justice or fairness. In Judaism, giving to the poor is not viewed as a generous, magnanimous act; it is simply an act of justice and righteousness, the performance of a duty, giving the poor their due.

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20. Do you believe it is an individual's duty to distribute some of their wealth to the needy and promote social welfare?

Yes

No

Undecided

 

Tzedakah is an obligation. At least 10% of ones income must go to charity. The word "tzedakah" is derived from the Hebrew root Tzadei-Dalet-Qof, meaning righteousness, justice or fairness. In Judaism, giving to the poor is not viewed as a generous, magnanimous act; it is simply an act of justice and righteousness, the performance of a duty, giving the poor their due.

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