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Welcome to New Muslims eLearning site. It is for new Muslim converts who would like to learn their new religion in an easy and systematic way. Lessons here are organized under levels. So first you go to lesson 1 under level 1. Study it and then take its quiz. When you pass it move on to lesson 2 and so on. Best wishes.

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QUIZ FOR: Islamic Guidelines for Gender Interactions (part 2 of 2)

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1) Which of the following situations defines khalwah?

2) Identify which type of Ikhtilaat is frowned upon in Islam.

3) Saira works late hours at the office. She is alone, with the exception of her male boss who also works late. They are the only two people in the same room. They are both engaged in their work and make no form of physical interaction. Would this situation qualify the two as partaking in khalwah?

4) Yusuf never travels alone in a lift with non-mahram women. However on one occasion a woman entered the lift and pressed the button before he could step out. Faced with the situation he was forced to travel with her till the next floor. What guidelines should he follow during this short moment alone with the woman?

5) Ahmad is a new Muslim. He works as a lecturer at a university. Which of the following situations would be considered as a forbidden form of Ikhtilaat?

6) Sophia is a Muslim physical therapist and her job involves touching male patients to help them recover from injuries. Those involved in similar professions:

7) In Islam, repeated acquaintances and meetings between unrelated men and women without social control or restrictions are:

To go back to current lesson, click here: Islamic Guidelines for Gender Interactions (part 2 of 2)

To proceed to next lesson and take this quiz later on, click here: Introduction to Shariah (part 1 of 2)