Salaam, Me and a friend have been debating this topic for a while now. I have always believed Musa (as) came before dawood (as) as its common sence. But my friend is adamant that it was the other way. I cannot find anything strong enough to back up my claims and as much as i tell him about banu israel he does not budge. He wants clear evidence (hadith or Quraan) that he is incorrect. So could anybody help me with a strong reference or even a chronology (from a good source) of the prophets peace be upon them. I know there is many other more important issues that we could discuss but i need to make my friend understand that hear say is not a good source of information. Jazakallah hu khair.

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edited Aug 22 '12 at 16:47 Al Ummat ♦ 31877 Al%20Ummat's gravatar image

Musa (pbuh) came first. Tell him to read Islamic History and stories of prophets (pbuh). Here is website for his convenience:

http://www.alim.org/library/biography/stories/SOP

  1. Prophet Adam
  2. Prophet Idris (Enoch)
  3. Prophet Nuh (Noah)
  4. Prophet Hud
  5. Prophet Salih
  6. Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham)
  7. Prophet Isma'il (Ishmael)
  8. Prophet Ishaq (Isaac)
  9. Prophet Yaqub (Jacob)
  10. Prophet Lot (Lot)
  11. Prophet Shuaib
  12. Prophet Yusuf (Joseph)
  13. Prophet Ayoub (Job) 14 . Prophet Dhul-Kifl
  14. Prophet Yunus (Jonah)
  15. Prophet Musa (Moses)
  16. Prophet Hizqeel (Ezekiel)
  17. Prophet Elyas (Elisha)
  18. Prophet Shammil (Samuel)
  19. Prophet Dawud (David)
  20. Prophet Sulaiman (Soloman)
  21. Prophet Shia (Isaiah)
  22. Prophet Aramaya (Jeremiah)
  23. Prophet Daniel
  24. Prophet Uzair (Ezra)
  25. Prophet Zakariyah (Zechariah)
  26. Prophet Yahya (John)
  27. Prophet Isa (Jesus)
  28. Prophet Muhammad

Allah Knows Best.

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edited Aug 10 '12 at 06:17

Jazakallah khair. Inshallah the information you have posted will sufice.

(Aug 10 '12 at 23:14) UnknownUser UnknownUser's gravatar image

This is very clear that prophet musa came before prophet Dawud

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