The Story of Prophet Hud (Eber) In Islam Faith
Added on September 17, 2015
Author Muham Taqra
Published June 29, 2015
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The Story of Prophet Hud (Eber) In Islam Faith 225.73 KB - Prophet Hud or Eber is the name of a prophet of ancient Arabia, who is mentioned in the Qur'an. The eleventh chapter of the Qur'an, Hud, is named after him, though the narrative of Hud comprises only a small portion of the sura. Although Hud, at times, is identified with Eber of the Old Testament, his true Biblical identity remains uncertain. However, Muslims are of the opinion that he was a descendant of Noah (Nuh), and lived after the Deluge.
Hud preached and prophesied to the people of the state of and#256;d, which was a powerful but arrogant town, ultimately destroyed for its sins. Hud is believed to have lived in Arabia before even the coming of Ismand#257;and#699;and#299;l (Ishmael) and Hand#257;jar (Hagar). It is said that, at this time in Arabia, the tribes present were and#256;d, Thamud, Jurhum, Tasm, Jadis, Umaim, Madyan (Midian), Imlaq, Jasim, Qahtan, Banu Yaqtan (Children of Joktan) and others.
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