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Idris (a)

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Idris (a)
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Looking at the hell after his ascend to the heavens
Name in
the Qur'an:
Idris
Name in
the Bible:
Enoch
Place of Birth: Memphis
Place(s) of
Residence:
Babil and Egypt
Name of People: Descendants of Qabil
Before: Noah (a)
After: Shayth (a)
Book: Sahifa Idris
Religion: Shari'a of Adam (a)
Age: 300 years
Era: Five generations after Adam (a)
Repeat in
the Qur'an:
Two times
Important
Events:
Ascend to the heavens

In Islam, ʾIdris (a) is one of the prophets (a) of God. The Qur'an considered him one of the greatest prophets (a) who reached a high position. Some exegetes of the Qur'an and Muslim historians considered him to be Enoch (the great-grandfather of Noah (a) in the Bible). According to Islamic narrations, Idris (a) was the first person who made clothes and used the pen for writing and studied astronomy and mathematics. His occupation was tailoring and al-Sahla Mosque was his house. There is a disagreement among exegetes and Islamic scholars about him being dead or alive.