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Which Prophet is mentioned the most in the Quran?

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Prophet Musa (pbuh) is mentioned most in the Quran. He is mentioned 135 times.

Prophet Ibrahim (pbuh) is mentioned 67 times in the Quran.

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is mentioned 6 times in the Quran.

God Almighty's name ''Allah" is mentioned 2584 times in the Quran.

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Prophet Musa (pbuh) is mentioned most in the Quran. He is mentioned 135 times.

Prophet Ibrahim (pbuh) is mentioned 67 times in the Quran.

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is mentioned 6 times in the Quran.

God Almighty's name ''Allah" is mentioned 2584 times in the Quran.

Salaam

Oh man! you werent supposed to blurt out the answer!

KingFAHAD

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(salam)

^_^ I guessed right ...

While Prophet Muhammad is mentioned only six times, he is mentioned indirectly many more times ...

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While Prophet Muhammad is mentioned only six times, he is mentioned indirectly many more times ...

He is mentioned hundreds of times indirectly. He is named only twice. Once in Surah Muhammad and Once in Surah Fatah.

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salaamuna;aikum,

yes the Prophet sawa is mentioned the most in code....however, Musa a.s., is mentioned more by name or more clearly because i have heard that this isn't just him, it is bettered superseded, imitated, and also regarding Imam e Zaman a.s,

as he will inshalah destroy,CORRECT,GUIDE, SHOW the deviliSh people, the hypocrites, his own people just as Musa a.s, DID , thROUGH MERE SIGNS, what seems lke magic to us, but purely metaphysics, the movement of atoms basically, wisdom, duas, actions, everything all encompassing..

YA ALI MADAD,

ma salaam

...m

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(salam)

^_^ I guessed right ...

While Prophet Muhammad is mentioned only six times, he is mentioned indirectly many more times ...

"Say ....

"Say ....

etc

etc

(bismillah) (salam)

Actually Prophet Mohammad pbuh is only mentioned 4 times by the name Mohammad in the Quran:

3:144

33:40

47:2

48:29

Moses - - -136

Ibrahim --- 69

Jesus - -----25

zacharia-----7

Yusuf ------27

Yahya-------5

Edited by wilayah

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