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Prophet Uzair 

English Translation by SYED HAIDER HUSSAIN SHAMSI 




The Babylonian king Nabukatnazar (Bakht Nasr) ransacked the dwellings of Bani Israel and their dead bodies lay decaying in the desert sun.  

Uzair was grieved at the total annihilation and wondered how could the lost glory of the cities of Bani Israel be ever revived again. 

A sudden slumber came upon him and he remained in that state for one hundred years. 

Then Allah made him rise from his sleep. When he got up, he looked at his donkey. 

He was surprised to see only the bones of its decaying skeleton. 

He wondered what had happened to his donkey. 

He then noted that his food was as fresh as it was when he fell asleep. He was wondering about all this when Allah asked him if he knew how long he had been asleep. 

He said, " for a day, or even less!" Allah then told him that he had slept for a hundred years. 

During this period, his perishables remained fresh by His permission, but his living animal had undergone the natural process of death and dissolution. T

hen Allah made his donkey also come to life in front of his eyes. Uzair acknowledged that Allah had total command over all things. 

He then headed for the "ruins" of the dwellings he had seen before his "sleep" and saw that the cities had been totally rebuilt and life was bustling again. 

He was received by the king with great curiosity and when they heard his strange story, they said he had to be the Son of God, to have come back from amongst the dead! 

In Qur'an, Allah has admonished Bani Israel who had this false belief. 

He is known as Ezra in Torah. 

References: al Qur'an: Sura Baqarah, Taubah.





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