Roza/Fasting Quiz

1. What is the Arabic term for fasting during the month of Ramadan in Islam?


2. During Ramadan, fasting begins at:
Dawn (Fajr)


3. Who among the following is exempted from fasting during Ramadan?
Adults only
Children and elderly
Travelers and the sick
Everyone must fast


4. What action invalidates the fast in Islam?
Intentional eating or drinking
Accidental consumption of food or drink
Speaking while fasting
Sleeping during the day


5. What is the pre-dawn meal eaten before the fast begins called?


6. Which Quranic verse instructs Muslims to fast during Ramadan?
“O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you, that you may become righteous.” (Quran 2:183)
“Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may attain taqwa (God-consciousness).” (Quran 2:185)
“Ramadan is the month in which the Quran was revealed.” (Quran 2:185)
“Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship.” (Quran 2:185)


7. Which act is recommended on the night before fasting begins?
Offering extra prayers (Tahajjud)
Watching movies


8. What is the significance of Laylat al-Qadr during Ramadan?
A celebration feast
End of fasting
The Night of Decree, better than a thousand months
Start of Eid al-Fitr


9. What is the Islamic calendar month in which fasting occurs?
Dhu al-Hijjah
Rabi’ al-Awwal


10. What should one do if unable to fast during Ramadan due to a valid reason?
Make up for the missed fasts later
Continue fasting regardless
Pay a fixed amount of charity
Fast for double the days the following year


11. Which meal marks the end of fasting at sunset during Ramadan?


12. What intention must a person have before starting the fast?
To simply avoid food and drink
To worship and obey Allah by fasting
To show discipline and willpower
To join the community in fasting


13. What is the recommended practice after breaking the fast?
Immediately engage in vigorous exercise
Begin by eating dates or drinking water
Wait for an hour before eating
Skip the meal and pray


14. Fasting serves as a means for:
Physical fitness only
Spiritual growth and self-discipline
Both physical and spiritual purification
Developing a disciplined routine


18. What is the reward mentioned for those who fast sincerely during Ramadan?
Worldly success
Forgiveness of sins
Financial wealth
Increased social status