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Myth Tomb of Nabi Younos(Prophet Yunis AS),Al-Jiyeh,Lebanon 1982

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F. Zaman on August 25, 2010

Facts and Myth of Prophet Yunus/Jonah (pbuh): Prophet Yunus (alayh as-Salaam) was a great Prophet sent to the people of Nineveh (which was a city where the modern-day Iraqi city of Mosul is). Prophet Yunus preached the message of Allah to these people for a very long time, but they did not respond well to his call.He took off in anger & boarded a ship filled with other passengers. After some time, the ship ran into a storm. He threw himself into the sea. Allah commanded a huge fish to swallow Yunus (a.s) without hurting him or breaking his bones. Yunus (as) realized that he had made a mistake by leaving his town and its people without the permission of Allah. This was why he was now imprisoned in this strange way in the belly of a fish in the depths of the ocean. Upon realizing his error, he repented sincerely to Allah, and Allah was pleased with his repentance, and the fish threw Yunus (a.s) on a flat and plain shore of Mediterranean sea.Local people told me, they are in firm belief that this is the place and it is named as Nabi Younos(i.e,Prophet Yunus,pbuh)

乾龍 on August 25, 2010

Beautiful shot

Thanks for sharing

I like

From Taiwan best wishes Qianlong

Raffaella Valmassoni on August 25, 2010

old photo analogic?Rafl

F. Zaman on August 26, 2010

乾龍, thanks

F. Zaman on August 26, 2010

Rafl,thats true,it was in analogue,now scanned,thanks for your friendly interst

Jesus MB on September 7, 2010

very nice pic ;-)

F. Zaman on September 8, 2010

Jesus Miguel Ballero…, thanks

D. VERDU on September 13, 2010





F. Zaman on September 13, 2010

domingo verdu, thanks

Ahmet poçanoğlu on September 18, 2010

Yunus AS Beautiful shot.LİKE..Greetings..

F. Zaman on September 18, 2010

ahmeth, thanks


I LIKE -4 this excellent photo!!

Good night afrom Greece-Piraeus.


F. Zaman on September 20, 2010


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