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Jonah - Life, Hope & Truth
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Viewing of. Cancel Save. Print Twitter Facebook Email. Click the button below to continue. Close this window. Learn more today! Step 1 - Create an account or log in to start your free trial. So also was Jonah among those sent by Us. When he ran away like a slave from captivity to the ship fully laden, He agreed to cast lots, and he was of the rebutted: Then the big Fish did swallow him, and he had done acts worthy of blame.
Had it not been that he repented and glorified Allah, He would certainly have remained inside the Fish till the Day of Resurrection. But We cast him forth on the naked shore in a state of sickness, And We caused to grow, over him, a spreading plant of the gourd kind. And We sent him on a mission to a hundred thousand men or more.
And they believed; so We permitted them to enjoy their life for a while. The point is that between Musa and Yunus, there was no nation in its entirety that believed except the people of Yunus, the people of Naynawa Nineveh. And they only believed because they feared that the torment from which their Messenger warned them, might strike them.
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They actually witnessed its signs. So they cried to Allah and asked for help. They engaged in humility in invoking Him. They brought their children and cattle and asked Allah to lift the torment from which their Prophet had warned them. As a result, Allah sent down His mercy and removed the scourge from them and gave them respite. When they lost their prophet and they thought that the scourge was close upon them, Allah sent through their hearts the desire to repent. So they wore woolen fabrics and they separated each animal from its offspring.
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They then cried out to Allah for forty nights. When Allah saw the truth in their hearts and that they were sincere in their repentance and regrets, He removed the scourge from them. Yunus bin Matta , upon him be peace, was sent by Allah to the people of Nineveh, which was a town in the area of Mawsil [in northern Iraq] The Prophet said, "One should not say that I am better than Jonah i.
Yunus bin Matta. The Prophet mentioned the night of his Ascension and said, "The prophet Moses was brown, a tall person as if from the people of the tribe of Shanu'a. Jesus was a curly-haired man of moderate height.
The Prophet said that his Lord said: "It does not befit a slave that he should say that he is better than Jonah Yunus bin Matta. Moinul Haq, M.
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D assisted by H. Ghazanfar M. This leaves absolutely no doubt that this is the same Jonah referred to in the Holy Bible. This being the case, Allah is wrong for claiming that Messengers were sent to their own folk teaching in the language of their people. The Assyrians were not Jonah's people, nor did they speak the same language as the following passage demonstrates:.
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They came up to Jerusalem and stopped at the aqueduct of the Upper Pool, on the road to the Washerman's Field. They called for the king; and Eliakim son of Hilkiah the palace administrator, Shebna the secretary, and Joah son of Asaph the recorder went out to them. You say you have strategy and military strength - but you speak only empty words.
On whom are you depending, that you rebel against me? Look now, you are depending on Egypt, that splintered reed of a staff, which pierces a man's hand and wounds him if he leans on it! Such is Pharaoh king of Egypt to all who depend on him.