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Answered 2015-06-24 19:00:37

Moses was the most important of the prophets in Judaism (Numbers ch.12). See also:

A biography of Moses

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Answered 2011-08-23 08:53:10

Moses (Hebrew "Moshe") is the most important prophet.

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