Which prophets came between Prophet Musa (Moses) and Prophet Isa (Jesus); was Judaism the religion they conveyed?
Submitted by on Wed, 29/04/2015 - 12:18
Dear Brother / Sister,
Many prophets came between them but those mentioned in the Qur’an are Prophet Dawud (David) Sulaiman (Solomon), Ilyas (Elijah), Al Yasa (Elisha), Dhulkifl, Yunus (Jonah), Zakariyyah (Zacharias and Yahya (John) (peace and blessing be upon them).
All of them are the Prophets of Children of Israel. The religion that they conveyed was Judaism. Their basic shariah (religious law) book was the Torah. All of them lived in the Middle East.
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