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How may prophets are there?

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There are no Prophets now. The last Prophet was PROPHET MUHAMMAD(P.B.U.H)

The true, there are no Prophets now but there so many Prophets before Muhammad

Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.), Prophet Ishmael, Prophet Isa (but christian call him Jesus). There's Prophet Moses, Prophet Ibrahim, Prophet Yunus, Prophet Noah, Prophet Jacob, Prophet Yusuf. There's also Prophet Solayman. There are so many.

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Prophets were around 100,024. but messengers were around 315 the well known of which are 25

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