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Class/Subject: 9th Class English
Chapter Name: Hazrat Asma
Board: Federal Board
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FBISE 9th Class English Chapter 4 Hazrat Asma Short Questions Answers
When Abu Jhel demanded, “Where is your fatrher?” She politely replied. How would I know? “This response shows the wisdom and courage and Hazrat Asma. She didn’t make a statement that would give them a clue, nor did she have to lie. But she simply posed a counter question that infuriated Abu Jehl and he slapped Hazrat Asma’s face so hard that her ear-ring fell off. But he stood her ground even in the face of such wrath of Abu Jehl and never revealed the secret. ”
“Hazrat Abu Qahafaa worried because he was a disbeliever at that time. He thinks that Abu Bakr has taken all the wealth leaving children empty-handed and helpless”.
“Hazrat Asma instantly ran to a corner of the home, gathered some pebbles and put them at the place where her father used to keep his money and jewels and covered it with a piece of cloth and ask her grandfather to look that has left all his wealth for us.” He touched the cloth and thought it was full of gold and jewels, His concern was alleviated and he felt relieved to know that Abu Bakr had left all his wealth at home.
Hazrat Abdulah bin Zubair was the son of Hazrat Asma and Hazrat Zubair bin al-Awwam.
Hazrat Asma was generous to such an extent that when she inherited a garden after the death of her sister Hazrat Ayesha. She sold it and gave away all the money among the poor and the needy and felt more pleasure than those who received the gifts.
Hazrat Asma lived a life of hardships and suffering but she always remained unswerving. We should follow her teachings. We should a simple life like her family. We should face every calamity of life with patience.
This sentence means that she lived a very difficult life but in every calamity of life, she never loses her patience. She has a resolute faith on Allah. She faces every hardships of life with courage and valor that’s why her life is just like a beacon of light for us.