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Shu'ayb (a)

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Shu'ayb (a), the prophet
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Photo of Shu'ab's grave in Jordan
Name in
the Qur'an:
Shu'ayb (شعيب)
Name in
the Bible:
Jethro
Place(s) of
Residence:
Midian (Madyan) and Ayka
Burial place: Mecca or Yemen or Palestine or Tustar
Before: Moses (a)
After: Yusuf (a) (Joseph)
Well known
Relatives:
Prophet Moses (a) (son-in-law)
Religion: Monotheism
Age: 242
Repeat in
the Qur'an:
11
Important
Events:
Marriage of Moses (a) with his daughter, becoming blind

Shuʿayb or Shoaib or Shuaib (Arabic: شُعَيب) was a divine prophet from the progeny of the prophet Ibrahim (a). He was the third Arab prophet who is mentioned in the Qur'an. According to Suras of Qur'an 7, Qur'an 11, and Qur'an 26, he was selected by God as a prophet after Nuh (a) (Noah), Hud (a), Salih (a), and Lut (a). He was the prophet of the land or the people of Midian (Madyan) and Ayka.

The Qur'an points to the story of Moses (a) (Moses) and Shu'ayb (a), referring to Shu'ayb (a) as Moses's (a) father in law, but some exegetes of the Qur'an believe that Shu'ayb (a) the prophet was different from the Shu'ayb (a) mentioned in the Qur'an and the Torah as the father of Moses's (a) wife. The Qur'an refers to the problem with the people of Shu'ayb (a) as a financial corruption on which they persisted even after Shu'ayb's (a) efforts by bringing scales and measures.