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This book is story of Prophet David (Dawud) & Prophet Isaac (Ishaq) in islam religion, based from Holy Quran & Al-Hadith.

Prophet Isaac (Arabic: ?????? or ?????? Ishaq) is recognized as a patriarch, prophet and messenger of God by all Muslims.In Islam, he is known as Ishaq. As in Judaism and Christianity, Islam maintains that Isaac was the son of the prophet Ibrahim, from his wife Sarah. Muslims regard Isaac as highly important because they believe that it was Isaac and his older half-brother Ismail who continued their father's legacy and preached the message of God after the death of Abraham.

Isaac is mentioned fifteen times by name in the Qur'an, often with his father and his son, Ya?q?b (Jacob). The Qur'an states that Abraham received "good tidings of Isaac, a prophet, of the righteous", and that God blessed them both.

David, or Dawud (Arabic: ????, translit.: Daud or Dawud), (circa 1043 BC - 937 BC), is recognized in Islam as a prophet, messenger (Rasul),and lawgiver of God, and as a righteous king of the United Kingdom of Israel, which itself is a holy country in Islam. He similarly figures prominently in the Torah and the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. David is perhaps most famous in Islam for defeating the Philistine giant Goliath, when he was a soldier in the army of King Saul's (Talut).

His genealogy goes back through Judah, the son of Jacob (Ya'qub), to Abraham (Ibrahim). The figure of David is of extreme importance in Islam because he was one of the few prophets to receive a named revealed book. It says in the Quran that the Zabur, the Biblical Psalms, were given to David. David's son, Solomon (Sulaiman), took over the task of prophecy after his death and he was made the subsequent King of Israel.

The Judeo-Christian and Islamic views of David, however, differ in some aspects. Muslims generally do not accept the sins of adultery and murder attributed to David in the Hebrew Bible, as they feel that prophets – in their belief the utmost chosen and elect of God – would never commit such grave crimes. The story of Bathsheba and Uriah is thus rejected in later commentaries, although the earliest ones do impute the crime of murder to David.

Islamic belief holds that God taught David the making of armour. The Quran says the 'iron was made soft for him', through which David could make instruments for protection against enemies. However, the rule in this story is to use weapons of defence only in true war (e.g., if you are fighting for freedom of worship) and not to simply use weapons for degenerate violence. Later accounts in Muslim literature have references to David's armour-making abilities. God says in the Quran:

We favoured David with excellence, (and commanded): "O mountains and birds, glorify the greatness of God with him." And We made iron pliable for him. "Make long coats of mail," (We said), "and fix their links, and do the right. I surely see whatsoever you do." {Quran, surah 34 (Saba), ayat 10-11}


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Muham Taqra

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ISBN

9781513051666

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2015-07-04

Autor

Muham Taqra


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