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#alhabib #prophetmusa #musa True Story of Prophet Musa | Mojzat of Prophet Musa | Prophet Musa Stories Hazrat Musa (AS) is one of the most important prophets in Islam. He is mentioned in the Quran more than any other prophet, and his story is told in many different chapters. Musa was born in Egypt at a time when the Israelites were being enslaved by the Pharaoh. His mother, Amram, knew that the Pharaoh had ordered all newborn Israelite boys to be killed, so she put Musa in a basket and floated him down the Nile River. The basket was found by Pharaoh's daughter, who adopted Musa and raised him as her own son. Musa grew up to be a wise and just man. One day, he saw an Egyptian beating an Israelite. Musa intervened and struck the Egyptian dead. Fearing for his life, Musa fled Egypt and went into exile. While in exile, Musa met a mysterious man who identified himself as God. God told Musa that he had chosen him to be his prophet and to lead the Israelites out of Egypt. Musa returned to Egypt and confronted Pharaoh, demanding that he free the Israelites. Pharaoh refused, and a series of plagues were sent upon Egypt as punishment. Finally, Pharaoh agreed to let the Israelites go. The Israelites fled Egypt, pursued by Pharaoh's army. At the Red Sea, Moses parted the waters and led the Israelites to safety. Pharaoh's army was drowned in the sea. The Israelites wandered in the desert for 40 years, during which time Moses received the Ten Commandments from God. After 40 years, the Israelites reached the Promised Land, where they settled. Musa's life was full of miracles. He parted the Red Sea, turned a staff into a snake, and caused water to flow from a rock. He also spoke to God face to face. Musa is a role model for Muslims. He is seen as a man of great faith, courage, and wisdom. His story is a reminder that God will always protect his people and lead them to victory. Here are some of the lessons we can learn from the life of Hazrat Musa (AS): Faith: Musa had strong faith in God, even when things were difficult. He never gave up on his mission, even when it seemed impossible. Courage: Musa was a courageous man. He was not afraid to stand up to Pharaoh, even though he knew that it could mean his death. Wisdom: Musa was a wise man. He was able to solve problems and make difficult decisions. He was also a great leader. Compassion: Musa was a compassionate man. He cared about the Israelites and wanted to help them. He was also merciful, even to his enemies. The life of Hazrat Musa (AS) is a source of inspiration for Muslims all over the world. He is a reminder that God is always with us, even in the darkest of times. He is also a reminder that we should never give up on our dreams, no matter how difficult they may seem. Qasas ul Anbiya or Stories of the Prophets is any of various collections of stories adapted from the Quran and other Islamic literature, closely related to exegesis of the Qur'an. One of the best-known is a work composed by the Persian author Abu Ishaq Ibrahim bin Mansur bin Khalaf of Neyshabur (a city located in Khorasan, Northeast Iran) the 12th century AD (AH 5th century); another was composed by Muhammad al-Kisai in the 8th century AD (AH 2nd century); others include the Ara'is al-Majalis by al-Tha'labi (d. 1035, AH 427) and the Qasas al-Anbiya by Ibn Kathir (d. 1372, AH 774). The Prophet Muhammad was the final and greatest of them. low are the names of 25 Prophets mentioned in the Qur’an in Arabic and English. 1. Adam as (Adam) آدم Hazrat Adam A.S 2. Idris as (Enoch) إدر يس Hazrat Idrees A.S 3. Noah as (Nuh) نوح Hazrat Noah A.S 4. Hud as (Hud) هود Hazrat Hud A.S 5. Shaleh as (Saleh) صالح Hazrat Saleh A.S 6. Ibrahim as (Abraham) إبراهيم Hazrat Ibraheem A.S 7. Lut as (Lot) لوط Hazrat Loot A.S 8. Ismail as (Ishmael) إسماعيل Hazrat Ismail A.S 9. Ishaq as (Issac) إسحاق Hazrat Ishaq A.S 10. Yaqub as (Jacob) يعقوب Hazrat Yaqoob A.S 11. Yusuf as (Joseph) يوسف Hazrat Yousaf A.S 12. Ayyub as (Job) أيوب Hazrat Ayub A.S 13. Shu’aib as (Jethro) شعيب Hazrat Shoaib A.S 14. Musa as (Moses) موسى Hazrat Musa A.S 15. Harun as (Aaron)هارون Hazrat Haroon A.S 16. Dzulkifli as (Ezekiel) ذو الكفل Hazrat Zulkifal A.S 17. Dawud as (David) داود Hazrat Daood A.S 18. Sulaiman as (Soloman) سليمان Hazrat Suleman A.S 19. Ilyas as (Elijah) إلياس Hazrat Illyas A.S 20. Alyas’a as (Elisha) اليسع 21. Yunus as (Jonah) يونس Hazrat Younas A.S 22. Zakaria as (Zachariah) زكريا Hazrat Zakria A.S 23. Yahya as (John) يحيى Hazrat Yahya A.S 24. Isa as (Jesus) عيسى Hazrat Essa AS 25. Muhammad saw محمد Hazrat Muhammad S.A.W