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WHAT IS THE Story of Prophet Isaiah (pbuh) by
Ibn Kathir ?

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Among the prophets between David and Zakariah is Isaiah (pbuh), Ibn Amoz (Amisiah).
According to Muhammad Ibn Ishaaq, Isaiah (pbuh) appeared before Zakariah (pbuh) and Yahya
(John the Baptist) (pbuh). He is among those who prophesied about Isa (Jesus) (pbuh) and
Muhammad (pbuh). The king during his time was called Hezekiah (Hazkia). He listened and was
obedient to Isaiah in what he advised him to do and prohibit for the good of the state. Affairs took
momentum among the Israelites. The king became sick with an infected foot. While he was sick,
King Sennacherib (Sinharib) of Babylon advanced towards Jerusalem with sixty thousand men.
Allah Grants More Life to Hezekiah
The people were greatly terrified. The King asked Isaiah: "What did Allah reveal to you regarding
Sennacherib and his army?" He replied: "He has not yet revealed anything to me." Then the ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 16 Oct '12 04:04 pm

 
  
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He is a great prophet and preached universal brotherhood , but many people were misled and they call him god
Answered by Iqbal Seth, 25 Sep '12 01:32 pm

 
  
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Another prophecies are found in isaiah (42:1;4 and11) which suggest very clear ideas about the arabian prophet (pbuh) and the vivid descriptions of arab inhabitants in the following examples; (verse1): "behold my servant, whom i uphold, my chosen, in whom my soul delights";(verse 4): "he will not fail or be discouraged till he has established justice in the earth"; (verse 11): "let the desert and its cities lift up their voice, the villages that kedar inhabits; let the inhabitants of sela sing for joy, let them shout from the top of the mountains. let them give glory to the lord, and declare his praise in the coast-lands." by specifying "kedar inhabitants" clearly refers to the arabs (ismaelites) whose prophet came from among them was prophet muhammad (pbuh) and whose message islam that gave complete justice and peace to the people. the religion of submission (islam) was chosen by god himself and conferred the prophethood to muhammad (pbuh) to whom his soul delights. peace which is the ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 25 Sep '12 01:54 pm

 
  
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Among the prophets between David and Zakariah is Isaiah (pbuh), Ibn Amoz (Amisiah). According to Muhammad Ibn Ishaaq, Isaiah (pbuh) appeared before Zakariah (pbuh) and Yahya (John the Baptist) (pbuh). He is among those who prophesied about Isa (Jesus) (pbuh) and Muhammad (pbuh). The king during his time was called Hezekiah (Hazkia). He listened and was obedient to Isaiah in what he advised him to do and prohibit for the good of the state. Affairs took momentum among the Israelites. The king became sick with an infected foot. While he was sick, King Sennacherib (Sinharib) of Babylon advanced towards Jerusalem with sixty thousand men.

The people were greatly terrified. The King asked Isaiah: "What did Allah reveal to you regarding Sennacherib and his army?" He replied: "He has not yet revealed anything to me." Then the revelation came down for King Hezekiah to appoint a successor, as he wished, because his end was at hand. When Isaiah told him this, the king turned to the qibla (the d ...more
Answered by z, 25 Sep '12 01:33 pm

 
  
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Another prophecies are found in isaiah (42:1;4 and11) which suggest very clear ideas about the arabian prophet (pbuh) and the vivid descriptions of arab inhabitants in the following examples; (verse1): "behold my servant, whom i uphold, my chosen, in whom my soul delights";(verse 4): "he will not fail or be discouraged till he has established justice in the earth"; (verse 11): "let the desert and its cities lift up their voice, the villages that kedar inhabits; let the inhabitants of sela sing for joy, let them shout from the top of the mountains. let them give glory to the lord, and declare his praise in the coast-lands." by specifying "kedar inhabitants" clearly refers to the arabs (ismaelites) whose prophet came from among them was prophet muhammad (pbuh) and whose message islam that gave complete justice and peace to the people. the religion of submission (islam) was chosen by god himself and conferred the prophethood to muhammad (pbuh) to whom his soul delights. peace which is the ...more
Answered by uttar, 26 Sep '12 07:14 am

 
  
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