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      I tend to lean towards the positon that it does. After Moses, a leader of the Israelities.

      Yushua is the name. Can someone confirm this?

      Thanks

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      Load of help you guys are!

      *sheesh*

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      Give us people a chance first.

      Anyway read my post in this thread which discusses all the Prophets mentioned in the Quran.
      http://www.gupistan.com/forums/showt...36#post2604706


      And heres a link to the list of Prophets mentioned in the Quran.
      http://www.understanding-islam.com/rq/q-045.htm

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      He's not there. The name is listed on an Arabic names site, and there are 124,000 prophets (or something) so its possible Josh could be mentioned somewhere in some literature by Muslim scholars?

      Prophet Josh. I like that.

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      i think Yosha' bin Noon is recognized as a prophet in the famous book Qasas Al-Anbiyaa (Stories of the Prophets)....
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      Can you find out if that translates into Joshua?

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      Originally posted by legbreakgoogly:
      Can you find out if that translates into Joshua?


      Yes it does, akhi armughal is correct ..

      Yusha' bin Nun is known as Jashua in the Torah

      he accompanied prophet musa alayhi salam in desert for 40 yrs...also Yusha' bin Nun led bani israel into yareho known as jericho

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      Joshua is believed to be mentioned indirectly in at least two places in the Qur'an...

      (1) "Two men of those who feared, upon both of whom Allah had bestowed a favour..." (Qur'an 5:23)

      One of the "two men" is said to have been Joshua as various commentators mention:

      Ibn Kathir: "It is said that they were Yashu bin Noon and Kaleb..."

      al Suyuti: "They were Yusha and Kaleb"

      al Qurtubi: "Ibn Abbas and others have said (that) they were Yusha and Kaleb"

      See also Abdullah Yusuf Ali's footnote to this verse.


      (2) "Behold, Moses said to his attendant..." (Qur'an 18:60)

      Commenting on "attendant":

      Ibn Kathir: "Yashu bin Noon"

      al Suyuti: "Yusha bin Noon"

      al Qurtubi: "His attendant, Yusha bin Noon"

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      Originally posted by gupguppy:
      Joshua is believed to be mentioned indirectly in at least two places in the Qur'an...
      Yes, thats right...

      his name isn't mentioned in the Qur'an but is referred with the narratives of Musa in Sura Maidah, Kahaf, Waqeah.

      Yusha carried out all the assignments for Musa alayhi salaam that were previously done by harun... he appointed him his deputy before going upto mountain

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      So then we do recognize him.

      Is the Islamic name Yushua?

      Cos if it is.....I'll name a son that if I ever have one.

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      Originally posted by legbreakgoogly:
      So then we do recognize him.

      Is the Islamic name Yushua?

      Cos if it is.....I'll name a son that if I ever have one.
      okie cool !

      correction : Yusha

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      Does the spelling make a difference?

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      Originally posted by legbreakgoogly:
      Does the spelling make a difference?
      Yeah because its Yusha3a not yushua lol ,

      it makes a whole lot of difference adding that 'u'

      Yushua is jewish word for messiah of israel , originally in hebrew from word yahu'shuah.. ( can search it if you want ) ....

      dont want to be calling your son that do you lol

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      Would it be haram?

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      bohat hi inspired (confused) brother hai!!!
      charah saazon se alag hai mayar mera kay main
      zakham khaaonga tou kuch aur nikhar jaaonga

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      ?????

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      Originally posted by legbreakgoogly:
      Would it be haram?
      The Prophet has suggested names of the Prophets or Abdullah and Abdur Rahman. He has said,

      "Keep the names of the noble Prophets, Allah loves most the names Abdullah and Abdur Rahman. The most truthful names are Harith and Humam, while the most disliked are Harb and Murrah (war and bitter)."

      A muslim name should be a good name , with a nice meaning... once a woman came to muhammad salallahu alayhi wasalam, whose name was `Aasiyah (sinner). The Prophet changed it to Jameela (beautiful) (ref. Tirmizi and Ibn Maajah) <but dont confuse this word with the firaoun's wife asiyah, because there is difference in pronunciation and arabi she was a righteous woman>...

      Anywayyyyy , when you say yushua , one may never recognise if your son is muslim or not, wouldnt you rather have a good name and be recognised as muslim.

      for example in south africa, they have distorted Uthman into ossy, Sulayman into solly.. i mean thats not the way the names become meaningless.

      wallahu alim

      Ma'salaama

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      But the non Muslim, or not so obviously Muslim, name would open doors and mean such a son would not be subjected to the same vigorous checks that Musims are.

      Would you stop Muhammad Abdul-Rehman or Yushua Hanan.

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