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Stories of the holy prophets of Islam

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Qasas ul Anbiya: Stories of the Prophets

This story is celebrated for its lessons on resilience and trust in divine will.

20. Hazrat Yusuf (Prophet Joseph)

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The story of Hazrat Yusuf (also known as Prophet Joseph) is a tale of jealousy, betrayal, and redemption. Yusuf was the beloved son of Prophet Yaqub (Jacob), and his brothers envied the special love their father had for him.

One day, driven by jealousy, they plotted against Yusuf. They took him out under the pretense of play and threw him into a well, intending to get rid of him.

They returned to their father with a false story that a wolf had devoured Yusuf, presenting his shirt stained with fake blood as evidence.

Meanwhile, Yusuf was rescued from the well by a passing caravan and eventually sold into slavery in Egypt, which marked the beginning of another chapter in his life.

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