Noah is a prophet in the Islamic tradition, who is known for his immense faith in God and his obedience to the divine will. The story of Noah is mentioned in the Quran in several places and is considered to be one of the most important stories in Islamic tradition.
The story of Noah begins with God sending a message to Noah, telling him that he is to build an ark to save himself and his family from the flood that is about to come. Noah is instructed to take two of every kind of animal onto the ark, so that they can be saved from the flood. Noah obeys God’s command and builds the ark, and he and his family take two of every kind of animal into the ark.
When the flood comes, Noah and his family and the animals are safe inside the ark. The flood lasts for forty days and nights, and eventually the waters recede and the ark comes to rest on the top of a mountain. Noah and his family and the animals all emerge from the ark and Noah praises God for his mercy and protection.
After the flood, God makes a covenant with Noah and his descendants, that he will never again send a flood to destroy the world. This covenant is known as the Covenant of the Rainbow, and is a symbol of God’s promise to never again destroy the world with a flood.
Noah is also known for his preaching and his call to people to follow the path of faith. He preached for many years, but his message was largely ignored by the people of his time. Eventually, God sends a punishment to the people of Noah’s time, in the form of a great wind which destroys the people and their cities.
Noah is remembered in Islamic tradition as a great prophet and a symbol of faith and obedience to God. His story is a reminder to all Muslims of the importance of faith and obedience to God, and of the power of God’s mercy and protection. The story of Noah is also a reminder of the importance of following God’s commands, and of the consequences of not doing so.