Who are the prophets mentioned in the Quran?
They are as follows:
Adam, Idris (Enoch), Nooh (Noah), Hood, Saleh, Loot, Ibrahim (Abraham), Ismail (Ishmael), Ishaq (Isaac), Yaqoob (Jacob), Yusuf (Joseph), Shuaib (Jethro), Musa (Moses), Haroon (Aaron), Dawud (David), Sulayman (Solomon), Ayyub (Job), Dhul kifl (Ezekiel), Yunus (Jonah), Elias (Elijah), Alyasa (Elisha), , Zakaria (Zacharias), Yahya (John), Eesa (Jesus Christ), Muhammad (peace be upon them).
In addition, there are three more people called Uzair (Ezra), Luqman and Dhul-qarnain mentioned in the Quran; it is disputable whether they are prophets or saints.
There are also some famous prophets that are not mentioned in the Quran: Seth (Sheeth), Yusha (Joshua), Jercis (Georges), Danyal (Daniel) (peace be upon them)…
- Who are the prophets mentioned in the Quran?
- 4. Belief in Prophets
- Did all of the prophets come from the same lineage?
- What Will Mahdi Do?
- Can you give some information about Dhul-Qarnayn mentioned in Surah of Al-Kahf?
- Is it necessary to perform fasting on the day of arafah in the fasting of the first ten days of “Dhul-Hijjah”?
- Is it a sign that the Quran was copied from the Torah as it mentions the names of the prophets sent in the Middle East?
- Prophet Dhul-Qarnayn (Peace be upon him)
- Which prophets came between Prophet Musa (Moses) and Prophet Isa (Jesus); was Judaism the religion they conveyed?
- What does belief in prophets mean?