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Beliefs About the Prophets

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Beliefs About the Prophets

  1. Allah has sent many Prophets to guide mankind onto the right path. All of them are all free from sins. Their actual number is known to Allah alone. In order to establish their truthfulness, Allah enabled them to do certain things which others could not do. Such acts are called miracles (mu'jizaat). The first Prophet is Aadam (alayhis salaam) and the last is Muhammad (SAW). There were others in between these two.
Some of them are famous, such as: Nuh alayhis salaam, Ibrahim alayhis salaam, Is'haaq alayhis salaam, Ismail alayhis salaam, Yaqub alayhis salaam, Yusuf alayhis salaam, Daood alayhis salaam, Sulayman alayhis salaam, Ayyub alayhis salaam, Musa alayhis salaam, Harun alayhis salaam, Zakariyyah alayhis salaam, Yahya alayhis salaam, Isa alayhis salaam, Ilyas alayhis salaam, al-Yasa' alayhis salaam, Yunus alayhis salaam, Lut alayhis salaam, Idris alayhis salaam, Zul Kifl alayhis salaam, Salih alayhis salaam, Hud alayhis salaam, and Shuayb alayhis salaam.
  • Allah has not disclosed the exact number of Prophets to anyone. We should therefore resolved to have faith in all the Prophets of Allah, those that we know and those we have no knowledge of.
  • The status of some Prophets is higher than that of others. The highest status is that of our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. No Prophet will come after him. He is the Prophet of all mankind and jinn right until the day of qiyamah.
  • Allah took our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam physically while he was awake, from Makkah to Baitul Maqdis, and from there to the seven heavens, and from there to wherever He wanted. He then sent him back to Makkah. This journey is known as the Mi'raj.

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