This is the story of the famed companion of the Prophet (PBUH), Salman the Persian and his incredible journey to Islam. Having begun life as the boy of a Zoroastrian priest, Salman soon found a simple errand for his father had become the beginning of an epic struggle to discover the truth about life and purpose. Salman was a pagan fire worshiper, who became the apprentice of two Christian priests, one after the other, who then became the slave of a Jew, finally finding liberation in the light of Islam. All of which happened in the span of many years. His story is a tale of patience, persistence, and forbearance for the truth.
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Stories of Prophet for Children (15 books set)
How can we teach our children about Islam? And where does one start from? A great place to start from is teaching them the stories of the Prophets (A.S).
All the Prophets (A.S) are the best of mankind and the noblest of creation before Allah. Allah chose them to convey the call of Laa ilaaha ill-Allah to mankind, and Allah has made them the intermediaries between Him and His creation in conveying His Laws.
All the Muslims unanimously agree that the Prophets (A.S) are infallible and protected from error in what they convey from Allah. This is why they have been allotted an esteemed position which is apparent from the different stories of the Prophets (A.S).